We love tallow for its nourishing properties and it's long-standing history of use in skincare. To find out more, please read our blog article on Tallow (What It Is and Why Your Skin Needs It).
We source our essential oils and other raw materials from many different vendors throughout the world. If you have questions about any specific products or ingredients, please let us know and we’d be happy to give you more information.
While we formulate our products using only natural ingredients, we recommend consulting with your child’s healthcare provider if you have any concerns. For infants, we recommend sticking to our line of super gentle baby products formulated without essential oils.
This 2-step cleansing technique (1st step: oil-based cleanser, 2nd step: a water or glycerin-based cleanser) helps to balance the skin, leaving it purified and properly hydrated. Our Holistic Esthetician breaks down the benefits of this technique in our blog article Double Cleansing: Do or Don’t?.
Not at this time, however we would recommend giving our Unscented Deodorant a try as it contains a very minimal amount of baking soda and works well for sensitive skin types!
Our deodorant tubes are considered a Level 5 plastic due to the high temperature threshold they carry and they are recyclable through most curbside programs.
Our Charcoal Deodorant includes activated coconut charcoal, which uses a process called adsorption to bind harmful chemicals – attracting and attaching toxins to its pores.
Irritation can occur when you’re switching to a natural deodorant or if you’re extra sensitive to baking soda. Please read our blog article Irritation From Natural Deodorant and What to Do About It, as it’s filled with the best tips and tricks to help you transition from conventional deodorant to our safe, non-toxic alternative.
You may be experiencing a very normal adjustment period, which should go away on its own. To ensure you’re not making some common mistakes, please take a peek at our blog article on Oil Cleansing Mistakes You Might Be Making.
We have some fun ideas on how to reuse your empties, including planting succulents, using for breakfast bowls (like our Holistic Esthetician does), making a homemade beach wave hair spray and more. For even more ideas, check out our blog article on 5 Ways to Reuse Your Empties.
We are not currently in any retail locations, but we’re always evaluating opportunities that will allow us to offer fair prices with the freshest and highest quality products available.
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