Canada's Home For Green Beauty & Organic Skin CareOnce difficult to find, K-beauty is now more accessible than ever to beauty lovers all across Canada. If you’re looking to get your fix, here are the best Korean skincare brands and the products we love from each that Canadians can now blissfully get their hands on. If skincare in Canada is living in 2020, Korean skincare is in 2050. The beauty world has often looked to K-beauty brands for their innovative products that put the North American AHA-loving, microbiome maniacs to shame.
Using the idea that you could have beautiful, glowing skin using all natural products. It all started as a “kitchen chemistry” experiment in Davis’ home that evolved into a complete line of all natural, non-toxic and highly effective body care products. Davis is directly involved from recipe development and through every point of execution to the final packaging.
A final review amendment was done in 2010 based on new data. The U.S. CIR Expert Panel continues to maintain its position on the safety of SLS and related salts. PPD and other dye constituents are acceptable for use only in oxidative hair dyes at specific concentrations.
This gentle serum has a very extensive range of effects despite its gentleness. The Ordinary focuses on the ability of niacinamide to improve the look of blemished or acne-prone skin, but we think it can do a lot more. Those with oily skin will benefit from its extremely unique ability to regulate sebum in a way that can help reduce breakouts and mattify the skin.
Cosmetic Ingredient Review Expert Panel concluded that parabens are "safe as used" in cosmetics. In 2012 the Panel re-examined its previously published safety assessment of parabens and reaffirmed the safety of parabens as preservatives in the present practices of use and concentration in cosmetics. The European Union's Scientific Committee on Consumer Safety has published multiple opinions on parabens that state the use of some parabens in cosmetics is safe, within limits. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has also made a statement on parabens in cosmetics. Cocamide DEA, Cocamide DIPA and other fatty acid ethanolamines are currently permitted for use in cosmetics as they do not have the same nitrosamine-forming potential as DEA on its own. However, to mitigate the risk associated with the potential presence of DEA impurities, their use in combination with nitrosamine-forming agents is unacceptable for cosmetics.
They both share the belief that plant based ingredients hold powerful healing qualities and what you put on your body is as important as what you put in it! Sasha trained as an aromatherapist and James spent years researching and formulating over 400 products. They then opened a beautiful retail and manufacturing location in Victoria B.C. Canada.
The Skin Health Program is designed to help guide consumers in selecting healthy skin care products for themselves and their families. Backed by objective medical specialists and led by an Expert Advisory Board, the Program also provides advice for the maintenance of healthy skin, hair and nails. Unique, organic and utterly luscious – Clementine Fields wants to help you get your glow on. We offer the best that green beauty has to offer, from natural makeup to anti aging skincare. Mindfully selected, we carry lines that meet our standards of safety and luxury, products you can feel confident using on yourself and your family. This popular Korean skincare brand has recently made its way to Canada, opening three brick and mortar stores across Ontario. Innisfree uses natural ingredients originating from the Jeju Islands in Korea, from organic tree in their best-selling serums to Jeju volcanic clusters used in their pore-shrinking clay masks.
Along with iceberg water from the icebergs floating by, they also collect local wildflowers, salt and mushrooms to help formulate their products. Their skincare line is comprised of gentle-yet-effective products that are as effective as they are calming.
The review concluded that triclosan is not harmful to human health but can cause harm to the environment when used in significant amounts. This preliminary assessment confirms that Canadians can continue to safely use products such as toothpaste, shampoo and soap containing triclosan.
This was one of the sunscreens to start an international obsession with Japanese SPF products. The lightweight formula has a marvellous skin feel that is quick to sink into the skin. If you have oily skin and find that most creams are too greasy, this moisturizer will put your mind at ease. This rich cream protects against dehydration, chapped skin and irritation, thanks to an infusion of argan oil and unsaturated fatty acids. Moringa, rose and coconut oils remove even waterproof makeup without drying skin. Become a member for a chance to try out our products and get access to exclusives. This website is directed only to Canadian consumers for products and services of Unilever Canada Inc.
They produce all natural skin-care products out of Nova Scotia. They are Canadian owned and have products available on their webpage or Amazon. The company develops and manufactures their natural skincare line out of Dawson, Yukon (we don’t have many companies featured from there, super cool)! Their award winning bio-ferment immediately comforts and reduces sensitivity while deeply hydrating skin. With us you won't have to worry about hidden toxic chemicals in the formulation of our products. A great skincare regimen for sensitive or aging skin for boomers, zoomers and the rest of us. Eaune Natural Skin Care Studio is proud to offer you a wholesaling opportunity that is guaranteed to add to your success.
Taking farm to face to a whole new level, Smith Farms is located in a predominately agricultural setting in Western Quebec, where they make their products in a production facility on the grounds. Julia and Becky are involved in every stage of this business. Elegant, soft, feminine is how I would describe the Geranium Orange Blossom Face Cream. I’ve been dreaming of a face cream that I can use day or night that’s formulated for ageing, sensitive skin, and that’s reasonably priced. This is definitely a skin-quenching cream that will certainly be my #BFF come the winter. Aloe vera, witch hazel, and orange floral water leave my skin feeling fresh, it’s like spring in a bottle. The aloe vera is anti-microbial, that’s going to help cleanse pores, the witch hazel will reduce puffiness.