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Our EWG Verifed Status

Our EWG Verifed Status

EWG is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving people's health and the environment. They encourage consumers to make healthier choices by giving them access to information to make more informed choices. 

Do you know what goes into the beauty products you use? 

EWG cites that the average woman uses 12 personal care products daily and is exposed to hundreds of chemicals - none of which are required to be tested for safety. That means you're exposing yourself and your family to toxins that can be detrimental to their health and well-being. 

Make sure you are making safer and healthier choices for you and your loved ones by always making sure that your products are clean and contain ingredients that will actually nurture your skin rather than cause irritation and breakouts. 

Two smiling teenage girls holding makeup bags.

How do I know that my products are non-toxic? 

Do you want beauty made better? EWG has a database called Skin Deep which will rank personal care products on a scale of 10. It's an in-depth resource for those who care about their health and well-being. 

We're proud to say that our products have achieved top marks on EWG's Skin Deep scale and urge you to use this database as a way to learn more about ingredients. You can also look up how other personal care and household items are rated.  

We are super proud to announce that our Super Senstive Skin Stuff is EWG Verified. While our other products meet EWG's stringent standards and score well, our Skin Stuff has gone through even more rigorous testing to qualify for this extra high ranking.

In case you are not aware, you can rest easy knowing that Skin Stuff has also been dermatologist and clinically tested. I has also been deemed hypoallergenic, non-irritating and is an excellent choice for sensitive skin off all types!

A bottle of face cream sitting on a wooden counter with blurry trees in the background.

Photos by Tone Stockenstrom