FAQS

What are the benefits of organic hair and skin care products?

Your skin is the largest organ of your body, and it tends to absorb as much as 60% of the materials it comes in contact with depending upon where the contact is. This is why certain medications come in a patch form that is applied to your skin. As a result, it would make sense to be aware of the type of ingredients you are applying to your skin...[Read More]

What are some of the dangers associated with synthetic chemicals?

Beyond an increased chance of dryness and irritation, studies have shown that certain ingredients found in soaps can be potentially harmful. Again, the long-term effects of synthetic chemicals on the body are still unknown. However, many are linked to cancer, birth defects, reproductive issues, obesity, and more....[Read More]

What are the benefits of organic soaps for pets?

Just like with their owners, skin is a pet’s largest organ, and it tends to absorb materials that it comes in contact with. Many of the synthetic chemicals found in people soaps are also found in pet shampoos, and tend to cause the same kinds of problems. Just as in humans, parabens in pet soaps are possible endocrine ... [Read More]

Are your soaps safe for people with allergies or skin sensitivities? (i.e. rosacea, eczema, or psoriasis)

In many cases, yes. For most people, skin allergies are aggravated by the synthetic ingredients in soaps. In addition, people with certain conditions such as eczema see improvement when they switch from soaps and other skin care products with chemical ingredients to all natural products. However, it is always important ...[Read More]

Is using your soaps really better for my family than antibacterial soaps?

A study by the FDA has shown that antibacterial soaps do not stop the spread of germs and illness anymore effectively than regular soap and water. This is partly because washing your hands does not really “kill” the bacteria, but simply washes it off of your hands down the drain. In fact, whereas...[Read More]