The organic formulas in our Organic Collection below are inspired by nature and use only 100% natural ingredients from mother earth. You will not find one preservative, filler, or chemical in any of our products. The result is clean, vibrant, and supple skin from the inside out.
All of our products are designed to balance skin from within using whole plant complexes and geometric formulations only found in nature. We have sourced hundreds of sustainable, certified organic ingredients from around the world to make our products at our in-house apothecary & manufacturing facility, based in Tequesta, Florida. Each of our organic serums, balms, creams, and masks combine 20-40 plants, botanicals, and herbs that work synergistically so your skin can absorb the nutrients it needs to naturally glow from within.
All of our organic products are 100% natural and free of preservatives, chemicals, and fillers (including water). Every formula in this Organic Collection contains 100% plants, 0% of anything else, and are USDA Certified Organic.
*All of our serums, balms, creams, and masks are certified organic, with the exception of Earthy Balm, which contains added (non-micronized) Zinc to protect the skin from the elements, making that product ineligible for organic certification, regardless of how many other organic ingredients we include. Be sure to check out the Earthy Balm ingredients panel for a full list of the ingredients. In addition, our two soaps, Songaa Soap and Shungite & Diamond Soap, are also ineligible for being certified as organic because organic certification is a food certification that has the same rules for cosmetics as it does for food. In other words, if it can't be included in organic food, then it can't be included in our organic skincare products. This includes the real soap we use in both these products as well as the real diamonds we include in our luxurious Shungite & Diamond Soap.
USDA Organic products must be produced using farming practices that maintain and improve soil and water quality, minimize the use of synthetic materials, conserve biodiversity, and avoid genetic engineering, among other factors. Crops can be certified organic if they’re grown without prohibited substances such as most synthetic fertilizers and pesticides for three years prior to harvest. Organic products not only help consumers feel good about what's in the product, they are also more sustainable and better for the planet. Learn more here: Introduction to Organic Practices
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Illuminishe - Resurfacing Balm
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