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  • What is wildcrafting?
    Wild plants free to grow in their native origin, without human intervention in the form of temperature control and fertilizers, rely on their own natural defenses to survive. This can result in a plant richer in protective nutrients than its pampered cousins. Wildcrafting refers to the ethical act of gathering these nutrient-rich plants and incorporating that strength and vitality into our products.
  • Do you have bath bombs?
    Not currently. We do have shower steamers, which are a great solution for people who find bath bombs abrasive. They're rejuvenating and relaxing, and they won't lead to dry or irritated skin. Learn more about them here.
  • What does beard oil do?
    Beard oil moisturizes your facial hair and the skin beneath it. It keeps your beard soft, shiny, and smooth, making it easier to manage. By hydrating the skin, it helps to reduce itchiness and flakiness, promoting healthier beard growth. Its blend of essential oils can also give your beard a pleasant scent.
  • Is shea butter comedogenic?
    Shea butter is considered to be low in comedogenicity, meaning it has a low likelihood of clogging your pores. On a comedogenic scale that typically ranges from 0 to 5, where 0 means will not clog pores and 5 means highly likely to clog pores, shea butter is often rated as a 0 to 2. This makes it suitable for many skin types, including those that are prone to acne.
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