History behind Amazonian Skinfood Skincare, Clean Beauty from the Amazon Rainforest
Amazonian Skinfood focuses on "Clean Beauty" from the Rainforest that is great for your skin and great for the world. Their goal is to avoid corporations and big farms, animal testing, and always have transparent product labels & ingredient lists.
They opt for natural formulas that use cold-pressed organic oils and butters from nutrient-rich plant extracts. They never formulate with synthetic ingredients, GMOs, parabens, phthalates, BHT & BHA Preservatives, and artificial colors or fragrances. In these challenging times of the pandemic and climate crises, the need for innovative solutions has never been greater.
We need real alternatives that save our planet and ensure we can live in dignity. The environmental challenges are already impacting communities and endangering the sustainability of the livelihoods of producers. Yes, we are all affected by this, but the indigenous communities who are least responsible for the climate problem are suffering the most.
That's why Amazonian Skinfood's mission is to not only create safe effective skincare products, but to also work with a responsible supply chain and build a sustainable economy in the Amazon Rainforest. One that uses renewable resources and non-timber forest products, keeping the forest standing with good practices that develop traditional communities by offering training, resources and means to trade their precious goods.
Not only are their suppliers in the Amazon Rainforest B-Corp and ISO certified, and have been sustainably developing that region for many years, they have women in their leadership that can see beyond all constraints of doing business in the deep Forest and aim for a better future. A part of sourcing our main ingredients responsibly with Fair Trade Practices, Amazonian SkinFood also partners with other projects that directly benefit the people of the Huni Kuin Tribe located in Acre, including the building of the Shaman Sanctuary.
10% of profits from every purchase goes to projects in the Amazon Rainforest.
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