Understanding And Caring For Your Natural Skincare

  Whether You’re New To The Natural Beauty World Or A Long-Time Consumer, Here Are A Few Important Facts You Should Know, As Well As Some Practices to Keep In Mind That Will Help Preserve And Protect The Products You’ve Invested In.

Whether You’re New To The Natural Beauty World Or A Long-Time Consumer, Here Are A Few Important Facts You Should Know, As Well As Some Practices to Keep In Mind That Will Help Preserve And Protect The Products You’ve Invested In.

  • Pregnant or lactating women, or those with known medical conditions should consult with a physician prior to using natural products.

  • Steer away from products that say "chemical-free," as there is no such thing as chemical-free.  Everything in the Universe, including the human body contain many chemical elements.  Plants are no exception.  Look for products that don't contain harsh chemicals or ingredients.

  • Plant-derived ingredients are more sustainable than those made from petrochemical sources.

  • When applying your oils, be mindful not to touch the dropper.  Touching the dropper can invite in bacteria or other pathogens that can potentially contaminate the contents and cause the oils to go rancid.

  • Exposure to air or moisture can affect  freshness, so always recap and securely close your bottles immediately after use.

  • Because our oils are minimally processed, they do have a fixed shelf life of  1-2 years.

  • Avoid wet tools or implements when using oils to avoid introducing water into your bottles.

  • Refrigeration of our liquid and/or oil products is recommended for long-term storage.

  • Because of the truly natural content of our products, color, smell, and texture can vary from batch to batch.  This does not affect the quality or efficacy of the products.

  • When using crystals in your skincare, always cleanse your stones after each use.

Heather Losik