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Starting with the first batch of sunscreen mixed in the family kitchen, our skincare products use all natural ingredients to protect the skin and feed it the nourishment it needs. Because every ingredient comes from nature, all our organic skincare products are safe for people and the planet. And if you’re wondering about those long names in parenthesis after some ingredients, don’t worry! They’re based on the ingredient’s scientific name and are required on cosmetic packaging. We included them so you know what to look for.

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Immortelle Oil (Helichrysum Italicum)

This essential oil is derived from the helichrysum flower, a relative of the sunflower. The oil has been used through history to treat wounds and other maladies. It is used in cosmetics for its ability to soften, smooth and moisturize the skin, and to keep the skin hydrated.

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Immortelle Oil (Helichrysum Italicum)

Isoamyl Cocoate

A lightweight and easily absorbed natural emollient derived from sugar beets or coconuts, it serves as a replacement to silicone. It is produced using enzymatic catalysis which save 60-percent on energy consumption and CO2 emissions compared to other processes.

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Isoamyl Laurate

A skin-conditioning emollient, isoamyl laurate is similar to isoamyl cocoate in that it is also naturally derived from sugar beets or coconuts. It also serves as a replacement for silicone and gives a silky, creamy texture to lotions and creams.

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