What does non-toxic mean?

September 17, 2020

A product that is not harmful to humans. The level of toxicity always depends on the dose and on the individual; for example, a glass of water is safe, a tidal wave is not. In addition, while a healthy body can easily process and eliminate different chemicals/toxins from their bodies, many health conditions may impede this natural ability, resulting in toxic buildup. This can potentially further exacerbate the effect of the toxin on the body. Fragrance in cosmetics is sometimes used as a loophole to hide toxic ingredients.
We believe toxicity is dose dependent, therefore we choose ingredients with low toxicity concern when possible to reduce overall burden on the body and the environment.