My hands in general are ripping, any suggested products for hand care?

Posted on July 11, 2013 by Polly Glasse | 0 comments

There are few things I would offer for consideration. First, your body is a perfect machine and will strive to repair itself naturally.  I urge folks to only use food grade ingredients on their skin. Just as you ingest good food to keep your body healthy, it’s important that the largest surface organ of your body, your skin, gets nourishment as well.

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What does 100% natural mean to us?

Posted on July 10, 2013 by Will Reynolds Young | 1 comment

When we say it’s natural, we mean we used the oil extracted from the blueberry or we used the blueberry itself in our product. We will never use a derivative of that blueberry that was created in a laboratory - - that’s not natural to us! Trust me…it’s not easy to make truly natural products like we do. We are constantly adjusting for seasonal changes in the consistency of the ingredients. Each time we receive a batch of tuberose wax, wheat germ oil, organic rose hip seed oil, etc. it looks slightly different. "Why?" you may ask. Because truly natural ingredients vary depending on the season, pollination, soil, temperature, water, altitude, etc. Slight variations in color, smell, and consistency let you know you are getting 100% natural ingredients in a product.


What motivates us to create natural products? It’s a fact that our skin is the largest surface organ of the body.


What is put on the outside DOES make a difference and DOES go into the body.


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Can Climb On! be frozen?

Posted on July 09, 2013 by Polly Glasse | 0 comments

Can climbOn be frozen?I had mine delivered when I was not home, in -30 deg. C weather. Will this damage the product?

Is the product frozen solid?If yes, just leave a room temperature.  The climbOn Creme will be best if you massage it as it melts so it re-emulsifies. (sticks together) Otherwise, you will probably have separation. it’s not bad, just what truly natural ingredients will do when they hit extreme temps.I would watch the bar. It may or may not dry out as it heats up.The products do go out in cold weather but that’s pretty cold.Last thing is for your peace of mind. If the product is good, it will smell good. If it’s gone bad, it will smell bad. They are food grade ingredients so it’s easy to tell.


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What exactly does the term “cruelty-free” mean to us?

Posted on July 01, 2013 by Polly Glasse | 0 comments

To most, it means the product hasn’t been tested on animals. However, the claim of no animal testing doesn’t necessarily mean that there are safe and gentle ingredients in that product.  It also doesn’t ensure that the ingredients themselves were not tested on animals when purchased from another company. It simply means the company selling the product did not test that product on an animal.


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