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The word ‘natural’ gets used a lot these days, especially in the personal and beauty care industry.

A product could have .05% carrot extract in it, and the rest be a cocktail of synthetics, yet the claim on the packaging says ‘natural’. There is no government regulation in our industry around the use of the word ‘natural’. That’s why we felt it was important to define it, so that you know exactly what we mean by it.

 natural products

All of our products are 100% natural.  What does this mean?

  • We only use ingredients that are found in nature and are good for you. By ‘found in nature’ we mean ingredients that have been harvested in their original form, or that can be extracted from plants or minerals i.e. beeswax or essential oils.
  • We will not use natural ingredients that have a harmful effect on your body or the environment i.e. mineral oil or talc.
  • We will avoid using natural ingredients that are produced or extracted from their source materials using environmentally harmful processes such as sulfonation or ethoxylation which can leave behind harmful contaminants such as 1, 4 Dioxane.
  • We will consider using ingredients that are found in nature but are only available when produced to be nature-identical for environmental and sustainability reasons.