I started FIELD TRIP in 2021 because I couldn’t find the intimate body care I wanted - a thoughtfully curated collection of body essentials with subtle natural fragrances and responsibly sourced botanical ingredients for everyday use. 

Starting with our now signature Super Butter, we worked to create an ultra rich waterless body balm that delivers intense hydration to protect the skin’s lipid barrier from extreme or dry weather conditions, and deeply nourish all skin types with exceptional absorption in two sensual signature scents. 

Long interested in natural products, I couldn’t find a personal lubricant that looked and performed to high standards. After many years of experimentation and meticulous testing, we were able to create an effective, natural formula with no compromises. “Lube is a product I felt passionate about, especially after having babies and struggling with my reproductive health, which ultimately led to my hysterectomy. It was a product I wanted to love but couldn’t find the right fit so I set out to create it myself” says Krysta, Field Trip founder. 

Our body care + intimate wellness essentials are made in Canada using local manufacturers and Canadian grown ingredients. From our formulas and packaging to our shipping practices and manufacturing partners, we are deeply committed to being climate-conscious. Not only by improving our current standards, but ensuring that our future decisions are as clean as we can make them.

Our mission is to not only improve people’s relationships to their bodies, through curated body rituals, but to make people feel comfortable talking about sexual pleasure, a human experience that is important for our mental and physical health. Our goal is to empower everyone to explore their bodies, their identities and their pleasure.


Indulge + nourish it with unbelievable textures, sustainably sourced plant ingredients and all natural aphrodisiac fragrances.

We acknowledge the headquarters of Field Trip Body Corp. resides on Treaty 6 territory, a traditional gathering place and travelling route and home for many Indigenous Peoples including the Nehiyawak/Cree, Tsuut'ina, Niitsitapi/Blackfoot, Métis, Nakota Sioux, Haudenosaunee/Iroquois, Dene Suliné,Anishinaabe/Ojibway/Saulteaux, Tsuut’ina, Inuk/Inuit and many others whose histories, languages, and cultures continue to influence our vibrant community.

In deep reverence to the ancestors, whose traditions, customs, and laws respected and cared for this territory, we are devoted to living lightly on the land and embrace elevated environmental ethics to protect it. Grateful for the purity and beauty of this ancient place, we endeavour to protect and respect the flora, fauna, soil, and waterways around us, always.