February 26, 2019
As clean skincare and sustainability advocates we applaud any and all attention paid to toxic skincare and beauty ingredients. The New York Times recently dedicated an article to the importance of knowing what’s in your skincare. The FDA’s laws governing cosmetics and colors have not been updated since 1938. This leaves officials nearly powerless to regulate make up and skincare. “Thousands of chemicals, in billions of dollar’s worth of products, are being governed by regulations that haven’t been updated in decades.”
This means one thing: You are in charge of making sure that what you are putting in and on your body is safe! Our founder Jenette has made it her life’s mission to find non-toxic, sustainable, natural and effective ingredients that are the building blocks of her skincare line. Because of this commitment to ingredients with integrity our line has grown at a moderate pace. We are happy to continue on this clean beauty path, with our focus on healthy living and green skin and body care.
We encourage you to read labels and avoid dangerous ingredients such as:
We will never use the ingredients found in this list, and we will work tirelessly to find plant powered and safe ingredients that will help you achieve the best skin of your life!
Instead look for ingredients such as:
Image via: CreditCreditTony Cenicola/The New York Times
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In today’s wellness and skincare markets we see so many clean, organic and vegan options that it’s easy to become less vigilant about what we are eating or what we are putting on our skin. We applaud any brand that is committed to creating cleaner and more planet friendly options, but we still want you to stay on top of reading your labels, and here's why: