RICH SKIN TRANSFORMATION CREAM
Lightweight hydration that helps plump the look of skin.
“My skin didn't start to change until I changed the energy around me.” - Alicia Keys
There is actually no standard definition of clean beauty. Each brand, retailer or organization defines clean beauty uniquely. While the term “clean” is applied to everything from organic and natural to sustainable and eco-friendly, the most common themes include safe ingredients, and often a commitment to ingredient transparency. However, even this definition is evolving because there is no universal regulation occurring to enforce a clear-cut category of “clean.”
As a dermatologist, I believe that “clean beauty” means transparent labels and ingredients certified of high purity. It’s not about being 100% perfect; man-made ingredients are “clean” as long as they’re safe. The science of beauty has evolved to include a plethora of safe synthetics, safe man-made ingredients, and even safe preservatives. In fact, all cosmetics should contain some form of safe preservation to maintain the stability of the formulation and ensure safety with usage.At Keys Soulcare, we are committed to creating healthier skincare product offerings with impressive efficacy.
Yes. Our commitment to clean skincare is a top priority and we want to help define and clarify what clean means for our consumers. At Keys Soulcare, we formulate our product offerings to meet FDA and European Union Cosmetic Regulation (EUCR) restrictions for over 1,680 ingredients. This means that:
Our skin is our largest organ. The FDA has not changed their regulatory laws in over 50 years; therefore, the cosmetic industry is constantly evolving with the creation of new ingredients and formulas. Clean skincare is crucial for optimal wellness, inside and out, which is why Keys Soulcare is focusing on efforts to improve the skin care experience and the thoughtfulness of ingredient selection in our product offerings.