Why is it important to be fully transparent and ingredient disclosure?

Health and beauty products are often not labeled accurately. We believe you have the right to know, and we make our labels easy to read with normally less than 10 ingredients.


Are your ingredients organic?

We use organic ingredients when we can. Organic ingredients are marked with an asterisk in the ingredient listing of any given product.

Are your ingredients natural?

We use many ingredients that are certified organic, natural, or naturally derived ingredients. It is important to know that “organic” and “natural” do not have legal definitions in the health and beauty industry; companies can say that a product is organic when in fact there are no certified organic ingredients in it, or there are only a couple.

Do your products contain soy?

All of our products do contain ingredients derived from soy include: Soybean Oil (Glycine Soja). These ingredients serve important functions within our soap making formulas. As always, we recommend that people with soy allergies or sensitivities consult a physician.

Are your products hypoallergenic?

Our products have been designed and formulated to not clog pores or irritate the skin but still be effective on the most sensitive skin. According to the FDA, there are no federal standards or definitions that govern the use of the term “hypoallergenic,” and manufacturers of cosmetics labeled as such are not required to submit substantiation of their hypo allergenicity claims to the FDA.


Are your products safe for use during pregnancy & nursing?

We craft all of our products with safety in mind, especially for those who might be extra vulnerable – like pregnant women and babies. We carefully screen and assess each of our ingredients for distinct, safety endpoints, including reproductive toxicity. That said, as pregnancy affects everyone differently, check with your doctor before beginning the use of any products if pregnant, nursing, or planning to become pregnant.


What is the best way to care for Candle?

Caring for your candle properly matters. To increase the life of your candle, follow these steps below:
Always light your candle for 3-4 hours during the first burn session (until the wax reaches the edges of the vessel) to create an even burn and a long-lasting candle.

  • To ensure the scent lasts, do not burn your candle for more than 5-6 hours at a time.
  • Before each burn, trim the wick to 1/8" to avoid black smoke, residue, and tunneling.
  • If the wick requires centering, readjust it to the center (only when the candle is unlit).
  • Allow the candle to solidify before relighting and to be safe always burn on a flat, stable, fireproof surface.
  • Do not burn the candle when less than 1/4" of wax remains in the glass as it can be unsafe.
  • Always remember to Never leave a burning candle unattended.