Hawaiian Sea Silt ferment is a mineral rich component of the new Chamomile Resurfacing Jelly from the Hawaiian coast. We have a new product coming soon that features this magical ingredient. Read on + preorder!
What does it take to be sustainable and change the beauty industry for the better? This is the Earth Tu Face creative direction in a nutshell. Dive into our process, goals, and overall ethos this Earth Day.
Troora Magazine dives deep with our founder on formulating sustainable clean beauty in the Bay Area. We are proud to be a Bay Area company — harvesting ingredients, blending, and bottling our products right here in the golden state.
Every summer we harvest, dry, and grind medicinal flowers for our face masks so we can bring the most potent plant benefits to your skin. Learn more about the plants we grow and where you can find them in our line.
New to palmarosa? Let us introduce you. This aromatic grass is a lovely addition to any skincare routine for its balancing properties as well as for its stable plant population and sustainable growing practices.
We are feeling positive about the changes we have seen over the past decade inside the green beauty space, and we are continuing to evolve to meet the planet's needs. We are committed to making self-care items in a way that makes them better. To us this means versatile remedies that are built to be used over a lifetime of skin’s varying needs, which then return gently to the earth.
This spring the beauty world is a-buzz about green beauty — especially brands based in the Bay Area. Read on for features from Elle Magazine, The New York Times, and Mercury News highlighting Earth Tu Face and Northern California as a haven for plant-powered beauty products.
This week, Whole Foods Market + Bustle share their predictions for the biggest green beauty trends of 2021 — including our multi-purpose Skin Stick! Read on for what's new and now in the world of clean ingredients + sustainability.