Cleanse Liquid Soap refills are now available!

Cleanse Liquid Soap 32 oz refill bottles are now available in our HDPE bottles. Save some money while keeping clean, and save the planet too. Just remember our liquid hand soap was designed to be used in foaming dispensers only. You can find more information in our store here.  

Why “Plant Stem Cell” Skin Care Products Are A Marketing Scam

Recently it has become trendy in the personal care industry to tout products that contain “plant stem cells” which are claimed to confer miracle benefits. This is mostly fraudulent advertising in both claims and composition, and with this article I will explain exactly why. Continue reading

Do You Trust The Companies With Whom You Do Business? Should You?

To some people this may seem like an unusual question to ask. But I think it is one of the most pertinent questions a person can ask today. Let's dig into some reasons why you may want to consider this question. Continue reading

Why the Long Term Harm of Chemical Peels and Sugar Scrubs Outweigh The Short Term Benefits

One of the popular trends in skin care today is sugar-containing skin scrubs, and we get asked about them regularly. However there are some good reasons why you may want to reconsider the use of such products. Continue reading

Doctors Agree: It’s Time for Tighter Regulation of Personal Care Products

Editor's Note: This republished article supports our position that the incidence of adverse reactions to personal care products in the US is much higher than is generally recognized. We at Nature's Complement tend to prefer education and market-based solutions over heavy handed regulation to solve problems like this, since such regulations tend to have unintended consequences that disadvantage both consumers and small business producers alike. However, with the failure of competence and/or ethics of many companies in the personal care industry, more Continue reading

SPF: What Does It Mean, And Why You Should Care

SPF is neither a number to be taken lightly, nor is it a number you can count on. There’s more to it than just a number that gives an impression of how much protection from the sun you’re getting. But what does that number really mean? And how do manufacturers determine what that number should be? Continue reading