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Science and Nature Working Together

We source high quality, plant and mineral derived ingredients that are generous to your skin and effective on your surfaces.

High Standards, High Quality

Only the Good, None of the Bad

We went through tens of different formulation iterations to meet our high product and ingredient standards. Identifying the best all-natural substitutes for traditionally chemical ingredients, to ensure that each product experience is healthy for you and the planet.


All-Purpose Cleaner Concentrate

Learn about our ingredients: what each does, where it's derived, how we use it, and the EWG (Environmental Working Group) Skin Deep Score.

EWG Skin Deep Scoring: 1-2 high safety, 3-6 moderate safety, 7-10 low safety.

Purified Water

What is it? Water! It's used in the formulation of virtually every type of cosmetic and personal care product.

Naturally derived from:  Water!

How we use it As a diluent, to help disperse other ingredients.

EWG score: 1

Decyl Glucoside

What is it? Decyl glucoside is a mild, plant-derived and biodegradable surfactant. A surfactant helps to ensure the cleaning agent traps dirt and removes it from the surface it’s cleaning. Decyl Glucoside is found in hundreds of personal care products, including facial cleansers, baby shampoos, body wash, hand soaps, makeup remover and more. It’s often used in place of sulphates like SLS and SLES.

Naturally derived from: Coconut

How we use it:  We use it as a gentle cleansing agent. 

EWG score: 2

Coco-Glucoside

What is it? Coco-Glucoside is a natural surfactant that's derived from coconuts. Surfactants are used to reduce the surface tension of liquids and improve the washing process

Naturally derived from: Coconut

How we use it: We use it as a gentle cleansing agent.

EWG score:  1

Lauryl Glucoside

What is it? Lauryl glucoside is a non-ionic surfactant and member of the alkyl glucoside family (e.g. Coco-Glucoside, Decyl Glucoside), which are substances formed by mixing alcohols and sugar and/or glucose. It improves the cleansing process without stripping necessary moisture.

Naturally derived from: Coconut

How we use it:  As a gentle yet effective cleansing agent that breaks up surface tension so dirt and oil are lifted and washed away more easily.

EWG score:  1

Sodium Bicarbonate

What is it: Good old baking soda.  Sodium Bicarbonate is a natural disinfectant (against certain bacteria and fungi) and sanitizer that’s effective against various microbes while being non-corrosive and non-toxic to food and food contact surfaces.

Naturally derived from: Baking soda

How we use it: For its natural sanitizing properties at cleaning surfaces.

EWG score: 1

Sodium Citrate

What is it?  Sodium citrate is a salt of citric acid, an organic acid that occurs naturally in citrus fruits, corn, and other foods. It comes in either colorless crystals or white powder.

Naturally derived from: Molasses

How we use it: As a pH adjuster and water softener. 

EWG score: 1

Sodium Carbonate

What is it?  Sodium carbonate, also called soda ash, is a light colored powder that occurs naturally in mineral deposits. Commonly found in cosmetics, soaps, toothpaste, laundry and dish washing detergent and even food (it’s approved as a food additive by the FDA).

Naturally derived from: Baking soda

How we use it: As a water softener that also helps to break up oil and grease.

EWG score: 1

Sodium Phytate

What is it?  White, odour free powder that is readily water soluble. It is used as a chelant to boost antimicrobial activity of preservatives and stabilise products against the effects of metal contamination.

Naturally derived from: Cereal Grain.

How we use it: As a stabiliser.

EWG score: 1

Chamomilla Recutita Extract

What is it? An extract from the flowers of the Chamomilla Recutita (Matricaria) plant. It’s a natural humectant and is often used in skin care formulations for its soothing and anti-inflammatory effects.

Naturally derived from: Chamomile Flowers.

How we use it: For its skin moisturising and conditioning properties.  This extract also helps to treat minor skin inflammation.

EWG score: 2

Foaming Hand Soap Concentrate

Learn about our ingredients: what each does, where it's derived, how we use it, and the EWG (Environmental Working Group) Skin Deep Score.

EWG Skin Deep Scoring: 1-2 high safety, 3-6 moderate safety, 7-10 low safety.

Purified Water

What is it? Water! It's used in the formulation of virtually every type of cosmetic and personal care product.

Naturally derived from:  Water!

How we use it As a diluent, to help disperse other ingredients.

EWG score: 1

Caprylyl/Capryl Glucoside

What is it? A mild cleanser used in cosmetic formularies including in products for individuals with sensitive skin. It helps properly disperse the ingredients, and ensure easy rinsing and removal of residues from the skin

Naturally derived from: Corn or Coconut

How we use it: As a natural surfactant and foaming agent. 

EWG score: 1

Sodium Lauroyl Sarcosinate

What is it? A surfactant that allows water and oil to mix, allowing things to become clean. It also acts as a conditioning agent. It can be found in hundreds of personal care products such as shampoo, shaving cream, facial cleanser, soap, makeup, and other products.

Naturally derived from: Coconut

How we use it:  As a conditioner, to moisturize the skin.

EWG score: 1

Decyl Glucoside

What is it? Decyl glucoside is a mild, plant-derived and biodegradable surfactant. A surfactant helps to ensure the cleaning agent trips dirt and removes it from the surface it’s cleaning. Decyl Glucoside is found in hundreds of personal care products, including facial cleansers, baby shampoos, body wash, hand soaps, makeup remover and more. It’s often used in place of sulphates like SLS and SLES.

Naturally derived from: Coconut

How we use it:  We use it as a gentle cleansing agent. 

EWG score: 2

Cocamidopropyl Hydroxysultaine

What is it? A surfactant derived from coconut oil.  It’s found in hundreds of products like shampoo and conditioner, body wash, bubble bath, facial cleansers, and hand soap

Naturally derived from: Coconut oil

How we use it: It contributes to our rich, creamy lather. It’s also a conditioning agent.

EWG score: 1

Sodium Cocoyl Apple Amino Acids

What is it?  A mild foaming apple surfactant with a neutral pH, great for all skin types, but especially sensitive or dry types. It’s found in cosmetics, hair care, skin care, facial care, baby care, sun care. 

Naturally Derived from: Apple

How we use it:  Contributes to our rich, creamy lather.

EWG score: 1

Sodium Chloride

What is it? Purified salt. known as table salt, is a white solid. It occurs natural in seawater and as the mineral halite. It is also in the human body, where it helps transport nutrients, keep the nervous system working, and balance water and electrolytes. 

Naturally Derived from: Salt

How we use it:  As a thickener, as it enhances product consistency

EWG score: 1

Glycerine

What is it? Glycerin is a humectant, meaning it attracts moisture. It is nontoxic, odorless, and colorless liquid. 

Naturally derived from: Plant oils.

Why we use it:  For its moisturizing properties.

EWG score: 2

Aloe Barbadensis (Aloe Vera) Leaf Juice

What is it? Aloe barbadensis is a spiky succulent plant that is abundant in nature and has been used for medicinal purposes for centuries due to its anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antioxidant, humectant, and soothing, anti-itch qualities. It’s filled with many natural vitamins and antioxidants including vitamin B complex, folic acid, and vitamin.  Due to Aloe’s high water content (over 99% water) it is a great way to hydrate, moisturize and rejuvenate the skin with natural nutrients.

Naturally derived from: Aloe Vera

How we use it: For its moisturizing and healing properties.

EWG score: 1

Caprylyl Glycol

What is it? A humectant, meaning it's a substance that helps the skin retain water. Humectants are used in the formulation of lotions, moisturizers, and cleansers in order to help lock in moisture. It has also been shown to have antimicrobial characteristics.

Naturally derived from: Coconut oil

How we use it:  As a skin conditioning agent, to keep skin moisturized and feeling great.

EWG score: 1

Phenoxyethanol

What is it? Phenoxyethanol is an oily, colorless liquid that occurs naturally in green tea but can also be synthesized for commercial use.

Derived from: Synthetic / Cosmetic Grade. The concentration is 0.2%-0.4% in our diluted products. We are identifying a naturally-derived replacement for this ingredient.

How we use it: As a biodegradable preservative that is a better alternative to parabens and formaldehyde. The ingredient also stabilizes products because it does not react with other ingredients, air, or light.

EWG score: 4

Hexylene Glycol

What is it? Hexylene glycol is a surfactant that helps to cleanse and moisturize the skin as well as thinning out the formulation to improve absorption, texture and allow other ingredients to work better. It’s often used in the formulation of hair and bath products, eye and facial makeup, fragrances, personal cleanliness products, and shaving and skin care products.

Derived from: Synthetic / Cosmetic Grade. The concentration is 0.1%-0.2% in our diluted products. We are identifying a naturally-derived replacement for this ingredient.

How we use it: For moisturizing and hydration, it keeps hands feeling soft and healthy.

EWG score: 1

Desert Dawn Fragrance

We worked with expert perfumers to deveop category-defying fragrances.

Desert Dawn was developed to transport you to a spa in a desert oasis.

Triethyl Citrate

What is it: ​​Triethyl Citrate (TEC) is a versatile solvent for oily products, crystals, powders and resins. It is a modified natural organic ingredient having 100 % renewable carbon source. It is also eco friendly, biodegradable and non-toxic.

Naturally derived from: Citric acid. 

Why we use it: To help the essential oils blend together. TEC is a safe replacement for toxic Phthalates.

EWG Score: 1

Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Orange) Terpenes Oil

What it is: A refreshing, mood enhancing oil extracted from orange peel.

Naturally derived from: Orange Peel.

Why we use it: Orange oil elevates mood as it helps to bring about a sense of calm.

EWG score: 5

Citrus Reticulata (Tangerine) Leaf Oil

What it is: A refreshing and rejuvenating essential oil extracted from tangerine peel.

Naturally derived from: Tangerine Peel.

Why we use it: For its refreshing and rejuvenating characteristics.

EWG score: 1-3

Mentha Piperita (Peppermint) Oil

What it is: A cooling essential oil.

Naturally derived from: Peppermint plant leaves.

Why we use it: For its refreshing properties.

EWG score: 4

Cedrus Atlantica (Cedarwood) Bark Oil

What it is: An essential oil with a woody, sweet scent. 

Naturally derived from: Bark and wood of cedar trees.

Why we use it: For its grounding and calming properties, we use it as a base note to balance the brighter, more refreshing top notes.

EWG score: 4

Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf Oil

What it is: An essential oil with a fresh, herbal scent.

Naturally derived from: Leaves, flowers, buds of rosemary.

Why we use it: For its rejuvenating scent.

EWG score: 1

Foeniculum Vulgare Dulce (Fennel) Oil

What is it: An earthy, anise-like aroma that is energizing, vitalizing, and balancing.

Naturally derived from: Fennel seeds.

Why we use it: For its soothing, balancing properties. 

EWG score: 1

Menthol

What is it: A fresh, herbal scent.

Naturally derived from: Peppermint leaves.

Why we use it: For its cooling, relaxing properties.

EWG score: 1

Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Oil

What is it: A relaxing scent that promotes serenity. 

Naturally derived from: Lavender leaves / flowers, buds.

Why we use it: For its calming, stress relieving properties.

EWG score: 2

d-Limonene

What is it: D-Limonene, also known as Citrus Terpenes, is the main chemical constituent found in the cold-pressed peel oils that can be derived from all edible citrus fruits, namely oranges, lemons, and limes. After the first pressing of the peels, it is obtained from the resultant oil through the process of distillation. It is one of the most common terpenes in nature.

Naturally derived from: Citrus rinds.

Why we use it: For its light, pleasantly dry, and refreshingly citrusy scent. 

EWG score: 5

Linalool

What is it: Linalool is a floral and spicy terpene alcohol. It is found in over 200 plants such as citrus fruits and lavender. 

Naturally derived from: Plants

Why we use it: For its soothing effects.

EWG score: 3

Dunes at Dusk Fragrance

We worked with expert perfumers to deveop category-defying fragrances.

Dunes at Dusk was designed to make you feel like you're walking through a calming, woodsy landscape, taking in the surrounding forest.

 Triethyl Citrate

What is it: ​​Triethyl Citrate (TEC) is a versatile solvent for oily products, crystals, powders and resins. It is a modified natural organic ingredient having 100 % renewable carbon source. It is also eco friendly, biodegradable and non-toxic.

Naturally derived from: Citric acid. 

Why we use it: To help the essential oils blend together. TEC is a safe replacement for toxic Phthalates.

EWG Score: 1

Cedrus Atlantica (Cedarwood) Bark Oil

What is it:  A warm, woody scent.

Naturally derived from: Cedarwood bark

Why we use it: It promotes a relaxing environment and eases tension. 

EWG score: 1

Juniperus Virginiana (Virginia Red Cedar) Oil

What is it: It has a woody, balsamic scent 

Naturally derived from: Cedar bark.

Why we use it: It’s grounding, balancing and creates a calming atmosphere.

EWG score: 1

Lavandula Hybrida (Lavandin) Oil

What is it: Lavandin is a hybrid plant produced via the cross-pollination of the Lavender varieties and has a clean, sharp and refreshing scent.

Naturally derived from: Lavandin stalks and flowers

Why we use it: For its bright and intense aroma, with a fragrance body that is more herbaceous and camphoraceous but still has light, underlying touches of Lavender's sweet-floral scent.

EWG score: 1

Amyris Balsamifera (Amyris) Bark Oil

What is it: A refreshing aroma that helps to relieve stress.

Naturally derived from: Bark of the Amyris tree.

Why we use it: It’s often used as a "fixative," to extend the fragrant life of a blend.

EWG score: 1

Eugenia Caryophyllus (Clove) Flower Oil

What is it: A stimulating and energizing oil that produces a warm, woody aroma.

Naturally derived from: Clove flowers

Why we use it: For its interesting balance of warm and energizing fragrance,

EWG score: 3-4

Pogostemon Cablin (Patchouli) Leaf Oil

What is it: A muskysweet fragrance - it’s woody, sweet and spicy.

Naturally derived from: Leaves of the patchouli plant.

Why we use it: For its grounding, earthy aroma.

EWG score: 1

Citrus Aurantium (Bitter Orange) Leaf Oil

What is it: A citrusy and fruity aroma, sweet orange with grapefruit like undertones.

Naturally derived from: Orange peel.

Why we use it: For its zesty, fresh properties.

EWG score: 1

Abies Balsamea (Fir) Needle Oil

What is it: A coniferous, fresh and fruity terpenic scent.

Naturally derived from: Needles and twigs from the Fir tree.

Why we use it: For its calming, anxiety-reducing properties.

EWG score: 1-2

Thuja Occidentalis (Cedar) Leaf Oil

What is it: A lively, fresh and woody camphoraceous scent.

Naturally derived from: Cedar leaves.

Why we use it: It clears the airways and regenerates the ambient air, with antiseptic and antibacterial properties. 

EWG score: 1-2

Carum Petroselinum (Parsley) Seed Oil

What is it: Parsley Seed Oil has a sweet, warm spicy, herbaceous aroma that is warming and rounding.

Naturally derived from: Parsley leaves and seeds.

Why we use it: Parsley Seed Oil helps promote balance, calm and relaxation. 

EWG score: 1

Vetivera Zizanoides (Vetiver) Root Oil

What is it: An oil with a moderate woody-earthy aroma.

Naturally derived from: Roots of the vetiver plant.

Why we use it: Known as “the oil of tranquillity,” vetiver is grounding, sensuous and deeply calming.

EWG score: 2

Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf Oil

What it is: An essential oil with a fresh, herbal scent.

Naturally derived from: Leaves, flowers, buds of rosemary.

Why we use it: For its rejuvenating scent.

EWG score: 1

Salvia Sclarea (Clary Sage) Oil

What it is: Clary Sage is known to induce feelings of relaxation, clarity, and calmness. Are you sensing a pattern here? 

Naturally derived from: Leaves and buds of Clary Sage.

Why we use it: For its cleansing and clarifying properties.

EWG score: 1

Boswellia Carteri (Frankincense) Oil

What it is: Known as “the king of oils,” Frankincense has a warm and spicy, smokey and woody aroma.

Naturally derived from: Resin of the Boswellia tree.

Why we use it: Used in aromatherapy, its sedative and comforting fragrance is believed to strengthen and invigorate the respiratory system.

EWG score: 1

Santalum Spicatum (Sandalwood) Oil

What it is: Sandalwood Oil soft and sweet, rich, woody, and balsamic.

Naturally derived from: Wood and roots of the sandalwood tree.

Why we use it: For its grounding properties, Sandalwood is known to promote a sense of peace and clarity, as well as enhancing mood. 

EWG score: 1