The product you love, without the ingredients you don't ✓
The natural formulas of our products are free of parabens, sulfates, mineral oils, ethanolamines, cyclic silicones, PEGs and micro plastics. This prevents harmful substances from entering wastewater after showering and eventually ending up in the ocean or on land, where they can eventually enter the food chain.There is no testing on animals during every step of the production process. We can proudly say that our products are vegan and animal-free.
Hoge kwaliteit ingrediënten
Indulge in the luxurious experience of our bath and body products, made with the highest quality ingredients to nourish and protect your skin. Our carefully crafted formulations are enriched with a blend of vegetable and ethereal oils, including shea butter and vitamin E, to deeply moisturize and protect your skin from dryness, leaving it feeling silky smooth and soft to the touch.
The no list
At the heart of our brand lies the No list. These banned ingredients have been blacklisted due to their potential risks to health and the environment, and we firmly exclude them from all our product formulations. By avoiding these harmful substances, we ensure that our creations are not only high-quality but also safe for both you and the planet.
Some animal products, such as animal-derived collagen and keratin, are commonly used in skincare products. However, using these ingredients contributes to animal cruelty and may also be allergenic for some individuals.
Ethanolamine, including DEA, TEA, and MEA, is used as an emulsifier and pH adjuster in many personal care products. However, it has been linked to skin irritation, organ toxicity, and even cancer in some studies.
Cyclic silicones, including Cyclotetrasiloxane (D4) and Cyclopentasiloxane (D5), are commonly used in hair care and skincare products due to their ability to provide a silky feel. However, they are non-biodegradable and may have toxic effects on the environment and human health.
Mineral oil is a byproduct of petroleum distillation and is commonly used in moisturizers and other personal care products. However, it is known to clog pores and may be contaminated with impurities that can cause skin irritation and other health problems.
Parabens are synthetic preservatives commonly used in personal care products to prevent bacterial growth. However, they have been linked to hormone disruption, breast cancer, and other health issues in some studies.
Phthalates are used in plasticizers and can be found in a wide range of personal care products, including fragrances, hair sprays, and nail polishes. However, they have been linked to hormone disruption, developmental and reproductive problems, and other health issues.
PEG, or polyethylene glycol, is commonly used as an emulsifier and thickener in personal care products. However, it can be contaminated with harmful impurities and may cause skin irritation and other health problems.
Microplastics are small plastic particles that are commonly used in personal care products. However, they are non-biodegradable and can harm marine life and the environment. They can end up in our food chain and therefore we avoid using microplastics.
Sulphates are commonly used in personal care products, such as shampoos and body washes, to create a lathering effect. However, they can strip the skin of its natural oils and may cause skin irritation and other health problems.
Gluten is a protein found in wheat, barley, and rye and is commonly used in personal care products, such as hair care and skincare products. However, it may cause allergic reactions and skin irritation in some individuals with gluten intolerance.