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Locally Sourced & Wildcrafted Ingredients

Local, Responsibly Sourced Ingredients

Locally sourced ingredients are ingredients that are grown or produced in the local area or region where the product is being made or sold. The term "local" can refer to a variety of distances, such as within the same state or within a certain radius of the product's location.

Responsibly sourced skincare refers to skincare products that are made with ingredients that are sourced in an ethical and environmentally-conscious manner. This can include using ingredients that are organic, fair trade, locally sourced, or sustainably grown.

Using local responsibly sourced ingredients in skincare products has a number of potential benefits:


Locally sourced ingredients are often grown or produced using sustainable practices, which can help to reduce the environmental impact of the product.


Locally sourced ingredients are often fresher and of a higher quality than ingredients that are shipped from far away, as they are not subjected to the same level of handling and transportation.

Economic Impact

Using locally sourced ingredients can support local farmers and producers, which can have a positive economic impact on the local community.


Locally sourced ingredients are often easier to trace back to their source, which can be beneficial for consumers who are interested in knowing where their products come from.

Using locally sourced ingredients can be an important factor to consider when choosing skincare products, as it can help to support local communities and the environment.

Wildcrafted Skincare

Wildcrafted skincare refers to skincare products that are made with ingredients that are sourced from the wild, rather than being grown or produced on a farm. Wildcrafted ingredients are collected from their natural habitat, typically in a sustainable and environmentally-conscious manner.

Wildcrafted ingredients are believed to be of a higher quality and potency than those that are farmed or cultivated, as they are grown in their natural environment and are exposed to a variety of factors that can impact their quality, such as weather, soil conditions, and plant stress.

Some examples of wildcrafted ingredients that may be used in skincare products include herbs, flowers, roots, and berries. Wildcrafted skincare products are often made with all-natural ingredients and may be marketed as being more natural and environmentally-friendly than products made with farmed or cultivated ingredients.


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