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Face

Sensitive facial skin is a bit different from the rest of our skin. Facial skin is thinner than most of the skin of your body. The cells making up the epidermis of the face are finer and rich in pores meaning less of a barrier to environmental factors and more prone to water loss. The delicate nature of facial skin makes it much more prone to irritation, cracking and dryness. 

Facial skin is rich in sebaceous glands that secrete sebum, the natural lubricating oil, which can trap dead skin cells and dirt causing skin blemishes. 

That’s why it is important to carefully research the ingredients in facial products to weed out those with irritants, harsh detergents, and synthetic chemicals. 

What does this mean for you?

  • Natural soaps gently cleanse without washing away precious natural oils
  • Gentle exfoliation with organic scrubs removes dead skin and unclogs pores
  • Moisturize with wholesome, organic facial care products
  • A healthy complexion begins with natural, organic skin care products

Our USDA Certified Organic face care products use the pure power and simplicity of nature to cleanse, nourish and protect your sensitive facial skin.

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