In an environmentally challenged world it is paradoxical to further burden our health and our planet by using man-made chemicals in skin care originating from the petro-chemical industry. The oil industry is the source of these synthetic emulsifiers, preservatives, plastics, dyes, fragrances and silicones.
As a result of the demand from our educated clients, who are should be informed about maintaining a healthy and eco-friendly lifestyle while being under the pressure of looking fantastic for their profession, we have a line of products that combines anti-aging technology with a formulation that is 100% free of harsh industrial chemicals.

With research we have come across synthetic chemicals that are clearly harmful, however, widely used in the cosmetic industry.
Proponents of the use of these substances claim that the concentration of these chemicals are very low in cosmetics and therefore of no concern. We believe that in this day and age it is unnecessary to burden our bodies and the environment with pollutants.

Even so these chemicals are in most personal care products we are not meaning to “place blame”. Instead, we plan to educate our customers so that they have a free choice whether they want to subject themselves to any potential risk and further increase the burden on our planet.

Education in the nutritional field has helped many people to make healthier choices and prevent heart disease and other conditions. Education about global warming has revealed the importance of seeking alternative, clean energy sources.
Its our feeling that personal care is ready for 
a revolution as well.

It may seem secondary but if you consider the tons of bulk personal care product that are produced yearly one can realize the exposure is not minimal. The rule is simple, if the ingredients are substances found in nature, they are biodegradable and can be incorporated into the planets ever changing life cycle. Our skin cells just like the micro-organisms that break down natural waste "understand" these chemicals and can utilize them or break them down. The opposite is true with most man-made artificial chemicals that accumulate in our oceans and perhaps in our bodies as well.

It is our belief in terms of ingredient safety "when in doubt, leave them out" as opposed to "where is the indisputable proof that this substance can harm us and the environment".
It is up to you to decide.

We formulate with bio-compatible natural and organic ingredients and avoid petro-chemicals
Our boxes are FDA Certified and made from recycled materials and printed with Soy Ink

The Choice is Organic 
Large-scale, commercial soap companies remove the glycerin molecules to make a harder bar, and make room for other chemical additives. This is why the general category called “soap” got a bad reputation for being drying. (And, maybe it’s why you end up needing so much lotion!) So, this is why I was so itchy and dry after two days of using regular (albeit “luxury”) soap. My skin just wasn’t used to soap without so much of that good glycerin, and it probably didn’t like the synthetic color and artificial fragrance much either. Organic soaps, in contrast, are made with gorgeous, gourmet food-grade, certified organic oils, wild-harvested butters and oils, and rely only botanical powders, clays, and essential oils for their color and scent. Once your skin gets used to that level of luxury without all the unnecessary fillers, it becomes pretty snobby about things.)
So, that covers the part about how great hand-made, organic soap is for your skin. The extra credit comes when you consider how good it is for the earth, too. There is no plastic bottle, which is a great starting point for all bar soap.. Finally, the soap that rinses off your body and into the drain is utterly non-toxic.