Frequently Asked Questions
Please contact us if you have further questions!
What’s the minimum order amount?
There is no minimum! We want everyone to be able to try our products; whether it is for personal use or to purchase as a wholesaler for your store.
What brand of essential oils do you use for your products?
Mainly we use Young Loving essential oils to create our products. Other brands include Saje, NOW, and Fern and Petal.
Do you accept returns?
Yes! We offer a free 10 day trial period. If you are not satisfied with your purchase, we will refund you the cost without question. We are that confident you will love our products!
If the products don’t contain any preservatives, will they spoil quickly?
The risk of spoilage actually comes more from water-based products. In most creams and lotions on the market, the number one ingredient is “aqua,” or water. Water-based products are quick to spoil without preservatives which is why all of our products are oil-based. This does NOT mean that your skin will be left feeling greasy after application! We use oils and butters, in the right ratios, that are non-greasy and non-comedogenic (won’t clog pores) like jojoba oil, coconut oil and rosehip seed oil. One thing you WILl notice with oil-based products over water-based ones, is that oil based products are more moisturizing overall.
However, our products still don’t have the extended shelf life of products that contain preservatives. Those products must last on shelves for 3-5 years potentially whereas we make our product in small batches as we sell it, so it is good for 1 year after opening. This is plenty of time to use up a 2.5 oz jar of face cream or one bottle of cleanser! We also use only pre-sterilized jars and bottles, as well as all metal, properly sanitized prep materials (bowls, spoons, etc) which prevents unnecessary and early bacterial growth.
My current skincare products contain preservatives and other chemicals but they do make my skin look younger so why should I bother switching?
Though these products do have the ability to temporarily plump the skin to reduce the appearance of fine lines, reduce redness through the use of acids, or prevent acne with even stronger acids, what they do externally is reversed by what they are doing internally to your body. We absorb all of those chemicals and acids into our bloodstream which contributes to overall aging and therefore conteracts any antiaging claims these products have. So, it is a short term positive result with long term negative consequences.
We know that the healthier we eat (less processed foods), the better our skin is and it is no different with skincare. Think of the chemicals in skincare like eating fast food. It may satisfy a need for now but the long term risks outweigh the benefit.