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  • A naturally occurring polymer obtained from brown algae.
  • Its unique marine biological activities provide the skin with benefits and skincare formulations with emulsifying properties. As a result, it works to thicken moisturizing skincare formulas by providing a more desirable, spreadable texture.

Find it in Fullmoon SerumPhyto Clear and Berry Rich


Caprylyl/Capryl Glucoside

  • A mild, non-ionic surfactant of vegetable origin.
  • ECOCERT certified, preservative-free and free of impurities.

Find it in Face Foam and All Over Soap


Cellulose Gum

  • Derived from the cell walls of cellulose, such as wood pulp and cotton seeds.
  • Used to thicken a product.

Find it in Putty and Matcha Mint Shampoo



  • Mild surfactant derived from coconut.

Find it in Aloe Milk Cleanser and Matcha Mint Shampoo



  • A skin-conditioning agent naturally derived from coconut oil to provide hydration, spreadability and elegant slip.

Find it in Hair Smoothie and All Over Lotion



  • A mild, natural surfactant derived from coconut oil and fruit sugars that give high foam.

Find it in Face Foam and All Over Soap


Cyamopsis Tetragonoloba (Guar) Gum

  • Polysaccharide extracted from guar beans that has thickening and stabilizing properties.

Find it in Phyto Clear


Dicaprylyl Carbonate

  • Plant derived wax and skin-conditioning agent/emollient.

Find it in Aloe Milk Cleanser


Distearoylethyl Dimonium Chloride

  • A conditioning agent for hair that is COSMOS approved for natural and organic cosmetics.
  • It leaves hair sleek and shiny, while detangling and discharging static electricity.

Find it in Hair Smoothie


Glyceryl Oleate

  • Natural fatty acid that acts as an emulsifier/co-surfactant for natural cleansers.

Find it in Face Foam and All Over Soap


Glyceryl Caprylate and Glyceryl Undecylenate

  • All-natural multi-functional broad range preservative that doubles as an emollient and co-emulsifier.
  • ECOCERT and COSMOS approved.

Find it in Hair Smoothie and All Over Lotion


Jojoba Esters

  • Jojoba esters are the hydrogenation or transesterification product of jojoba oil. They are used as an emollient, due to their similarity to the natural oils produced by the skin and high oxidative stability.

Find it in Matcha Mint Shampoo and Hair Smoothie


Lauryl Glucoside

  • An environmentally-friendly and biodegradable plant-based surfactant that provides high foaming capabilities.

Find it in Aloe Milk Cleanser, Face Glow, Face Foam, Matcha Mint Shampoo, Hair Smoothie and All Over Soap



  • Maltodextrin is a polysaccharide, which means it's composed of long chains of monosaccharide (sugar) units bound together by glycosidic linkages. Maltodextrin functions as a moisturizing ingredient because it reflects the composition of Natural Moisturizing Factor (NMF) found within the skin’s epidermis.

Find it in Phyto Clear and Fullmoon Serum


Pentylene Glycol, Phenethyl Alcohol and Propanediol

  • 100% vegetable based preservative.
  • It is multifunctional and also provides emolliency and moisturization.

Find it in Face FoodPhyto Clear, Berry Rich, Putty, Skin Stuff, Aloe Milk Cleanser, Face Glow, Face Foam and Fullmoon Serum


Polyacrylate Crosspolymer-6

  • A powder that thickens water-based emulsions.

Find it in Nourishing Hand Sanitizer 


Polyglyceryl-2 Dipolyhydroxystearate

  • Vegetable based emulsifier used for skin conditioning.

Find it in Aloe Milk Cleanser, Face Glow and Hair Smoothie


Polyglyceryl-10 Isostearate

  • A plant-based emulsifier that holds together the oil and water components.

Find it in Face Foam


Sodium Chloride

  • Also known as salt, it is used as a thickening agent.

Find it in Berry Rich


Sodium Cocoamphoacetate

  • Mild vegetable-based cleansing agent with conditioning properties.

Find it in Face Foam and All Over Soap


Sodium Cocoyl Glutamate

  • Mild, sulfate-free surfactant derived from a natural amino acid and coconut oil.

Find it in Face Foam and All Over Soap

Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate

  • A mild cleansing agent derived from fatty acids of coconut oil.

Find it in Matcha Mint Shampoo


Sodium Dilauramidoglutamide Lysine

  • A biodegradable surfactant of vegetable origin that made of 100% renewable feedstock.

Find it in Face Foam


Sodium Gluconate

  • The salt form of gluconic acid, a mild acid produced from the sugar glucose. Despite the in-part sugar origins, it functions as a chelating agent. Interestingly, the human body produces gluconates on its own to assist in obtaining nutrients from minerals.

Find it in Matcha Mint Shampoo


Sodium Lauryl Glucose Carboxylate

  • A natural surfactant made from the sugar content of vegetables and plants.

Find it in Face Foam and All Over Soap


Sodium Stearoyl Glutamate

  • Emulsifier that helps to form a liquid crystal network to stabilize creams and is mild to the skin.

Find it in Phyto Clear, Berry Rich, Putty and Aloe Milk Cleanser


Essential Oil Blend Solubilizers

  • Stearyl Citrate, Triethyl Citrate

Find it in Matcha Mint Shampoo, Berry Rich, Putty, Face Glow, Fullmoon Serum and Matcha Mint Shampoo



  • Natural components of essential oils that make up a tiny portion of their composition.
  • One of the 26 substances listed in Annex III of the Regulation are known for their allergenic potential.
  • This is listed for EU regulation requirements only. If you are allergic to any listed, it is your right to know, but these ingredients do not induce allergies. These include Benzyl Benzoate, Cinnamal, Cinnamyl Alcohol, Citral, Citronellol, Eugenol, Geraniol, Isoeugenol, Limonene, Linalool, and Linalyl Acetate.


Xanthan Gum

  • A polysaccharide produced by fermentation of Xanthomonas campestris and used for thickening cosmetic formulas.

Find it in Putty, Skin Stuff, Aloe Milk Cleanser, Face Glow and All Over Lotion


Medicinal Ingredients 

Ethyl Alcohol

  • Alcohol kills bacteria through a process known as denaturation. Alcohol molecules are amphiphile chemical compounds, which means that they have both water and fat-loving properties. Because bacterial cell membranes have a fat-based side as well as a water-based side, alcohol molecules are able to bond with and breakdown the protective membrane. When this occurs, the core components of the bacteria are exposed and dissolve, losing their structure and ceasing to function. With its organs essentially melting away, the bacteria dies quickly. Alcohol’s amphiphile characteristics make it incredibly effective as a sanitizing agent. Cells exposed to it cannot survive in alcohol’s presence for more than a few minutes.

Find it in Nourishing Hand Sanitizer 

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