No to chemicals

Creating products from organic and natural ingredients is at the heart of what we do. We do not believe in trying for quick benefits in the short-term if it risks weakening the skin’s health and strength in the longer term. While others make different “flavours” of skincare, Wellbeing Skincare’s ethos is to create one product that really works the best.

Our goal is strong, healthy and radiant skin. Too many problems have been caused by applying excessive quantities of synthetic based products that can strip away the acid mantle from the skin. We recommend a regime that is built on exfoliating, cleansing, toning, moisturising and a healthy diet that encourages your skin to function as naturally and efficiently as possible.

Treating dry skin, for instance, usually involves an oily product that can make the skin sense that it is oily. The body then signals the skin to become even dryer to compensate for the oily product that o en creates a vicious circle. Our balanced formulations encourage a more balanced skin condition and supports the natural function of the skin.

In fact, we avoid ingredients that we believe could be harmful to you or the environment:

No paraben preservatives – related to oestrogen overproduction
No sodium lauryl laureth sulphates – linked to allergic reactions
No urea – known to cause skin allergies
No diethanolamene – linked to allergic reactions
No triethanolamene – linked to allergic reactions
No synthetic fragrances – linked to allergic reactions
No synthetic colourings – linked to allergic reactions
No carbomers – derived from petrochemicals
No propylene glycol/diglycol – derived from petrochemicals
No silicones – can smother the skin
No mineral oils – derived from petrochemicals and tend to block the skin
No phthalates – can be toxic to human and animal life
No hydrocarbons – linked to negative environmental impact
No fumerates – linked to negative environmental impact
No vinyl – o en derived from petrochemicals
No nitrates – can be toxic to human and animal life
No styrene – can be toxic to human and animal life
No animal testing – unnecessarily cruel