Seaflora at the Sooke Night Markets!

Come meet Seaflora Skincare starting Thursday June 2nd – September 1st at the weekly Sooke Night Markets! We will have our table open from 5-8pm every Thursday until September 1st. We will also be doing a draw to win a Seaflora Surprise on the last night of the market! Sample Routines, Zinc Alloy Beauty Tools and Seaflora Headbands will be 25% off at our table and the savings don’t stop there. When you come visit us in the store, locals receive 15% off.

Seaflora Organic Thalasso Skincare
Keep an eye out for our sign!

We will be starting with these products; Bath Bags, Sea Results Sample Routines and more! We will also be giving away free samples to all who visit! We will be doing a draw that will last as long as the Night Market (14 weeks) and we will pull the winning name on the night of the last market! The winner will receive a FREE Love Your Body Gift Set.

Support Local!

Attending the Sooke Night Market is super important for Sooke’s local businesses! Without your local support, Sooke will have to rely more and more on big box stores to support our local economy. Seaflora started in our founder’s basement! We built our retail store from the ground up – literally. Many local businesses also struggle to find local retail space. Many small businesses work out of their home. The lack of infrastructure in Sooke doesn’t allow them to branch out and become better known. If we want a Sooke similar to Tofino – locally run, locally loved, and drawing in tourism from all over – we need to start building up the local businesses, and the Sooke Night Market is a perfect start!

Come check it out! Find local music, food, gifts, snacks and more all from local vendors! It’s perfect for locals and tourists alike, and you’ll feel good supporting a small company. Find the market here every Thursday from 5-8pm starting June 2nd-September 1st.

Sooke Night Market History

The Sooke Night Market is located on the grounds of our local Sooke Region Museum & Visitor Centre and on the traditional territory of the T’Sou-ke First Nations. Check it out on their YouTube channel linked below!