Made with active charcoal, hot pore cleansing scrub by Collective Wellbeing is formulated to clear excess oil, make-up and impurities from the skin. According to the official Collective Wellbeing website (www.CollectiveWellbeing.com), the minerals contained in the cleansing scrub “heat” temporarily to help open up pores for deeper cleansing treatment. This product also contains jojoba wax scrubbing beads, retinal and salicyclic acid. Combined, these ingredients help “smooth skin texture” and “remove dead skin cells”. Other hot pore cleansing scrub includes: Kaolin Clay, Glycerin, Tea Tree Oil, Sage, Coneflower, Lemon, Grapefruit, Sage, Yellow Dock, Rosemary, Thyme, Juniper and White Pine Needle.
Where to Purchase Collective Wellbeing
The hot pore cleansing scrub is available in a 6.5 ounce tube. This product and all Collective Wellbeing products can be purchased online at www.CollectiveWellbeing.com. Collective Wellbeing ships to all states across the U.S. and Hawaii.
About Collective Wellbeing
Collective Wellbeing is a natural skincare company. In addition to selling natural beauty products , Collective Wellbeing raises funds for a variety of non-profit organizations. Collective Wellbeing has been featured in Redbook Magazine, Cosmopolitan and Allure.
Collective Wellbeing Products
Collective Wellbeing sells skincare, body care and hair care products. Skincare products run the gamut from day cream and daily moisturizers to cleansing creams and face masks. Body care products include cleansers, moisturizers, products specially formulated for the hands and feet and personal lubricants. Hair care products include shampoos, conditioners and styling aids.
Collective Wellbeing Ingredients
Collective Wellbeing botanical extracts are USDA certified organic. In addition, most of the plant oils and other botanicals are certified organic under internationally recognized certifying agencies such as CCOF, Oregon Tilth or QAI. All CW ingredients are made with botanical and mineral sources. These sources are considered vegan. Some CW products do contain honey, beeswax, laneth (derived from wool lanolin) and lactoperoxidase (derived from milk). The company does not use meat derivatives in its products. All CW products that contain honey, beeswax or lactoperoxidase will say so on the label.
Collective Wellbeing ingredients are never tested on animals. The company does not test any of its products or formulations on animals. Collective Wellbeing does not use companies or agencies that test on animals. The Collective Wellbeing ingredients list is too long to list here, so just a few CW ingredients include jojoba, chamomile, aloe vera, illipe nut oil, peppermint, bamboo, fennel seed, pumice, watercress, sweet almond, oatmeal, raspberry, sage, shea butter, lavender, vitamins C and E, zinc and titanium.
A Message About Collective Wellbeing and the Certified Organic Seal
All Collective Wellbeing products are not Certified Organic, but this does not mean these products are not safe and pure. According to the official Collective Wellbeing website, (www.CollectiveWellbeing.com), Certified Organic products must contain 70% organic ingredients. Many of (CW) products are more than 30% water. The company states that, “water is a non-organic ingredient. Although others may have found the secret, we haven’t figured out a way to make our products certified organic that does not require substituting our ultra-pure, triple-purified water with water that is a byproduct of making essential oils. This byproduct, called a hydrosol, is usually removed from the essential oil distillation facility, preserved with common cosmetic preservatives, and trucked to a manufacturing facility to be added to personal care products in place of water. So, when given the option of using pre-preserved water or all-natural, triple-purified water, the choice was as clear as our water.” – www.CollectiveWellbeing.com