What is Organic Skincare?
Our skin is the body’s largest organ and it absorbs things, even things that aren’t good for us. And we constantly barrage our skin with toxic ingredients via personal care products – thanks to an egregiously under-regulated industry.
Unlike food, there are zero FDA regulations of the word “organic” in skincare, and anyone can write the word “organic” or “natural” on their products without having a single drop of true organic ingredients. That’s why we’ve certified our entire line to USDA Organic standards, using only the highest quality food-grade ingredients, GMO-free with zero chemicals, pesticides, additives, preservatives or colorants.
Our entire operations is certified USDA Organic by Baystate Organic Certifiers, one of the top certifying programs. Baystate Organic Certifiers inspects our company from top to bottom, including our facilities, how we manufacture and ship our products, and detailed usage log of all ingredients, making sure each one is grown under USDA National Organic Program standards.
Raw, Vegan & Food-Grade
All our products contain simple ingredients you can read and understand. If you can’t pronounce the ingredient, you probably shouldn’t be putting it on your skin! Ok, ok well maybe “Helichrysum” is a tongue-twister. Raw means we don’t apply heat above 100°F. This keeps the essential vitamins and nutrients intact. All our oils and butters are non-deodorized, unrefined, cold pressed virgin organic, delivering the maximum amount of skin benefiting microelements. Our entire line is Vegan, with no animal or bee ingredients, and Cruelty Free. We never test on animals.
Because we don’t use any water or fillers in our products, we don’t need to add any artificial preservatives. The butters, essential oils and powders will not spoil due to their natural antibacterial properties. What you get is pure product.
Everything is handmade fresh to order in small batches. All our products come in beautiful glass containers to prevent plastic leeching into the product. The serums are housed in amber glass bottles to protect from light.