Our philosophy is simple: if you can’t pronounce it, you don’t need to be using it.
Take the product that started it all for us - soap. It has been around since 2800BC, but do you think back then their products were full of nasty chemicals no one could pronounce? Of course they weren’t. Instead, the people who made the soap drew on their knowledge of nature, finding clever ways to combine oils and other items to create a product that worked with their bodies.
But in the modern world, we’re surrounded by potentially harmful chemicals every day. Whether it’s your soap, dishing washing liquid or simply the pollution around you, your skin comes into contact with thousands of nasties and no one really knows what this could do. Whether it’s mild skin irritation, more serious conditions like eczema and psoriasis or even environmental damage to our world, why rely on these products when the natural ones simply work as well?
When you use natural products, you are continuing a tradition that has been round for thousands of years. While some of the methods may have changed, natural soaps still use the same ingredients to create products that work for you, no matter what your skin type. Specially made for your own skin concerns, they can address common problems, invigorate and relax your skin all without the use of potentially nasty chemicals.
After all, nature and not the scientists know best.
Store owner Jeny’s interest in natural products began when her husband developed a skin condition called psoriasis. It didn’t take long to realise that many of their traditional products only seemed to be making the problem worse. This led to her investigating the use of therapeutic items that removed all chemicals and used necessary essential oils to provide relief. Unsurprisingly, this switch worked.
Now, along with the benefits to her customers, it is the environment that drives her passion for natural products. After all, any chemicals that we use in our products can end up down the drain and in the oceans. This has sparked a new range of products coming soon and has even led to her introducing a program to allow customers to reuse containers to save on waste.