The perfect skincare routine can feel like a unicorn: magical but unrealistic. Then add on wanting truly Clean and from nature ingredients and formulas, and things get even harder.
This natural skincare brand relies on Certified Organic and wild-crafted plants, mineral-rich clays, and sustainable harvesting practices to create each one of their products. Every oil serum and hydrosol is Certified Organic by Oregon Tilth, the foremost certifying body in the USA.
Plus, each step of production is done by hand. From the fields and forests where the plants that become their hydrosols, oils, and butters are harvested to the production facility where they hand-blend formulas and hand-package each bottle. evanhealy believes that maintaining this intimate connection with plants elevates the efficacy and therapeutic benefits they provide, and it keeps the profound prana of the plant alive and well, so that by the time the bottle is in your hand, it’s still bursting with vitality. A vitality you can smell, feel, and see on the skin.
Here’s some more tips and facts for finding Clean skincare:
- Truth seekers should look for: The USDA certified Organic symbol on the front of product packaging. Some companies create their own ‘organic’ logos that look similar to the USDA Organic symbol, when in fact such products only contain a portion of Organic ingredients.
- Truth Heals: Organically grown plants are significantly higher in antioxidants and secondary metabolites. Secondary metabolites are compounds in plants, like essential oils, that are created for protection, adaptability, and enhanced survival. Both antioxidants and secondary metabolites play key roles in maintaining healthy luminous skin.
- By choosing whole essential oils instead of aromatic isolates, you’re choosing therapy over convenience. evanhealy trusts in the wisdom of the whole plant. While it might be tempting to use an isolate for its consistency of fragrance or low cost, an isolate is not aromatherapy. It does not confer the dynamic power of the hundreds of complex aromatic molecules that exist within an essential oil.
- Whole essential oils are listed as the plant and botanical name. For instance, Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia). Whereas an aromatic isolate associated with lavender reads: Linalool or Linalyl Acetate. Other common isolates can read: Geraniol, Limonene, Citronellol, or Parfum, which can either be made from isolates or from synthetic artificial fragrances.
Find evanhealy products in the Wellness department of your local Earth Fare!