Our unwavering commitment to Beauty Without Compromise is a reflection of our personal values and the products we create.
We formulate our products with the highest intention and care for our customers, environment, and planet. We source our ingredients sustainably, working in concert with our global partners as well as local farmers to ensure ethical harvesting practices.
We preserve the holistic benefits of botanical extracts through conscious chemistry, choosing the finest wild-harvested, biodynamic, and certified organic ingredients. These ingredients are processed using cold-pressed and distilled methods to maintain unparalleled purity.
We’ve chosen to eliminate any and all harmful ingredients such as sulfates, parabens, and gluten. Our products are Cruelty-Free as well as Non-GMO (Genetically Modified Organism). We invite you to learn more by clicking on our “Ingredients We Never Use”, along with the Think Dirty app.
We pride ourselves in offering our customers only the finest in Pure, Organic, and Toxin Free beauty products. We are proud of what we have accomplished, and invite you to fall in love with the beautiful truth of Innersense.
Ingredients We Use
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This is a very gentle surfactant derived 100% from olive oil. It’s extremely mild while at the same time having excellent cleansing characteristics. Anfolive provides a conditioning effect and respects the integrity of the skin’s hydrolipid film. It’s ideal for sensitive scalps.
This is a gentle (and softening) cleanser derived from the fatty acids of apricots. It is used in combination with another cleanser derived from coconut to form a very gentle sulfate-free hair cleansing system. (Apricotamidopropyl Betaine)
This is dervived from coconut oil and provides many functions. It is an exceptionally mild conditioning agent, detangler and hair thickener. It also functions as a primary emulsifier in lotions and conditioners. It gives a soft powdery after-feel to lotions and creams.
Derived from the delicate white blossoms of the bitter orange tree, Orange Blossom or Neroli, is a heady, rich scent used to realize/visualize self-purification, joyfulness and profound relaxation. This luxurious oil is well-suited for the treatment of dry, sensitive skin.
Cosmetic grade, this is a mixed triester of caprylic and capric acids, and a highly refined medium chain triglyceride (MCT) oil possessing excellent oxidation stability with an almost indefinate shelf life. CCT is a desirable emollient with quick skin penetration and has no color, odor or taste. It improves spreading of skin care formulas. Used in massage, it will not stain sheets. Also called Fractionated Coconut Oil.
Otherwise known as Cetyl Esters Wax, this emmollient ester provides cosmetic preparations with lubricity, body and a soft glossy feel. Cetyl Esters offer increased emulsion viscosity as well as improved stability.
Chamomile from the Greek ‘chamaimelon’, or ‘earth apple’, is the description of its delicious scent. The energy of chamomile promotes peace and calming, and is a potent relaxation agent, helpful in facilitating meditation.
In crushing Cinnamon Bark, we release its warm, spicy aroma and benefit from its properties as a circulatory stimulant. This warming spice increases blood flow and is particularly good in cold-weather products like warming body oils and bath blends.
Coconut is a gentle (and softening) surfactant derived from the fatty acids of coconut. Used in combination with other plant ingredients, Coconut provides 100% gentle sulfate-free cleansing. Note this is a Non-GMO ingredient.
Cranberry Seed Oil
Echinacea Angustifolia Extract
Echinacea Extract is a member of the sunflower family. The root and/or the above-ground part of the plant during the flowering growth phase is used in herbal medicine. Echinacea, having both an antibacterial and antiviral action, is one of the best remedies for helping the body rid itself of microbial infections.
Essential Oil of Lotus
Essential Oil of Lotus was used in ancient religious ceremonies and offered in celebrations and feasts for its delicate magnolia-like aroma, which produces a peaceful disposition. The scent can be inhaled to manifest loving energy in relationships and in the environment. Lotus cools the body and the temperament and has long been used to cleanse and purify the skin.
Evening Primrose Oil
Evening Primrose Oil is rich in essential fatty acids, especially GLA or gamma- linolenic acid, which play an important role in maintaining the health of our cells. This preciousÊoil exerts anti-inflammatory and other healing actions on and through the skin, and is particularly nourishing to nails, scalp, and hair. It is considered to be a rejuvenating and regenerating oil for any skin type. EPO may help relieve the dry, inflamed and itchy skin of dermatitis, an allergic condition, according to three clinical trials.
Flower Essence of Echinacea
This is a vibrational therapy that works on a subtle energetic level. It stimulates and awakens us to the true self, allowing us to connect with the core of our being. Echinacea encourages physical, mental, emotional, and environmental integration creating core integrity.
Flower Essence of Lotus
For thousands of years the lotus flower has symbolized spiritual enlightenment, and its essence has been used in healing rituals to accelerate spiritual evolvement and enhance rejuvenation on every level. It is often used with meditation and visualization techniques.
Frankincense has been used in spiritual pursuits for more than 3000 years. Its aroma is known to reduce stress, calm the physical body and awaken higher consciousness. It is ideal to use for meditation.
Its numerous uses are attributed to its antibiotic, anti-inflammatory and astringent properties.Historically, Golden Seal extract was used topically to treat skin inflammation and irritation. It is often used to disinfect and heal cuts and abrasions.
Green Tea Extract
Hazel Seed Oil
Honey is a humectant, which means it attracts and retains moisture. This makes honey a natural fit in a variety of moisturizing products including skin creams and lotions, shampoos and conditioners. Honey also acts as an anti-irritant, making it suitable for sensitive skin. In hair care products it also adds body to the hair.
Honey Bush Tea
Jasmine is an exquisitely delightful aromatic with a divine aroma from its beautiful blossoms. Inhaled, this powerful scent affects our emotional centers, making it an excellent fragrance to be used in any love ritual. The calming, soothing fragrance helps tremendously in relaxing our physical bodies.
This beautiful golden oil is extracted from the bean like seeds of the desert shrub. A soothing, non-greasy, nourishing oil for all skin types, this natural oil (actually liquid wax) most resembles our own skin oils. It is excellent for use in dry to normal skin and hair care. (Simmondsia Chinensis)
Kokum and Mowrah Butters
Kokum and Mowrah Butters are stable vegetable butters from the fruit of Indian trees. They prevent drying of the skin and the development of wrinkles, reducing degeneration of skin cells and restoring the skin’s flexibility. These butters also create a protective moisturizing barrier on the skin.
In ancient times Lavender was used to perfume bath water and was burned as incense to the deities. Associated with spiritual love, it is helpful in visualizing and transforming the way in which one sees love…stimulating the emotional centers and reprogramming the conscious mind. Lavender is one of the primary essential oils for inducing peace and calming the emotions.Lavendar essential oil is adatogenic in nature, meaning that it normalizes both dry and oily conditions of the skin, scalp or hair. Anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory, and skin regenerative, it is also great for sensative or mature skin, dandruff, inflammatory, and hair loss conditions.
Lemon Peel Oil
This essential oil, cold pressed from the outer rind of lemons, has the crisp, clean scent of the fruit itself. Diffused into an environment, its vibrant energy can make the surroundings vibrate and hum with purity. Its lively scent activates the body and dispels sluggishness. The physical and psycho-emotional benefits of lemon are many; it maintains a healthy skin, is helpful for hair loss, provides energy for an aching body and boosts circulation.
This essential oil is warm and woody, fresh and lemony. It has antiseptic, antibacterial, astringent, cooling and stimulating (energizing) properties and is often used in purification rituals. The aroma can stimulate your psychic awareness through inhalation and visualization.
Lotus Flower Essential Oil
Macadamia Seed Oil
Oat Kernel Extract
Oat Kernel Extract provides anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant and anti-itch benefits. A natural emulsifier and film former, it has strong moisturizing, strengthening and restructuring capabilities. It imparts extraordinary silkiness and conditioning to hair while offering protection and moisture binding properties.
Olive Fruit Oil
Orange Flower Oil
Orange Peel Wax
Orange Peel Wax is a soft wax obtained from the rind of oranges, and a byproduct of the production of essential oils. It is very similar to lanolin and as such it can be looked upon as a vegetable alternative to animal wax. Orange peelings have traditionally been used in baths, teas, masks, and scrubs for exfoliation and fragrance. It is also used as a skin-conditioning ingredient for its anti-oxidant and anti- inflammatory properties.
This familiar, spicy, and strongly aromatic herb is refreshingly stimulating to hair, skin and scalp. Used in steam baths or misted into the air, it cleanses the air while opening and cleansing the pores.
Organic Rice and Soy Proteins
Parfum of Natural Oils
Plumeria Alba Flower Extract
Pumpkin Seed Oil
Rice Amino Acids
Hydrolyzed Rice Protein
Rice Bran Oil
This relatively new oil is super nourishing. It is a powerful skin protectant, rich in gamma-oryzanol, which will protect and replenish the skin. Rich in phytosterols, rice bran oil can be an effective substitute for lanolin, and can help reduce inflammation and soothe discomfort. Rice bran oil is one of the richer carrier oils and takes a moment to absorb. This has one of the softest and most velvety feels amongst carrier oils. Its rich in anti-oxidants and therefore plays a valuable role in personal care products.
Rice Protein provides soothing anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, anti-itch benefits. A natural emulsifier and film former, it has strong moisturizing, strengthening and restructuring capabilities. It imparts extraordinary silkiness and conditioning to hair while offering protection and moisture binding properties.
Rooibos (pronounced ‘roy boss’) tea has been called the miracle tea for its tremendous healing powers and anti-aging properties. Its very high level of antioxidants (50x more than green tea) helps destroy free radicals that attack and damage healthy cells. In research studies, oligosaccharides in Rooibos were found to boost the immune system in fighting viral infections.
Rosemary Essential Oil
Once burned in Greek temples as an offering to the goddesses and gods, Rosemary Oil is traditionally used to stimulate love. In receiving this scent, one is encouraged to visualize a long, healthy life while clearing the conscious mind and improving memory. The energy of this aroma is fresh, herbaceous and sweet.
Sea Buckthorn Oil
Originating in Asia, this oil is used in traditional Chinese medicine as a multi-functional anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory. It is well known for its unique free radical scavengering properties as well as many other skin-health promoting functions. As pristine as the white snow of its environment, Sea Buckthorn Berry Oil also contains a broad range of the vitamin E group including tocopherols, tocotriaenols in all their alpha, beta, and gamma forms.
Certified organic, our shea butter is an excellent emollient for personal care applications. Its rich content of bio-active triterpene esters provide beneficial effects including anti-irritancy, anti-inflammatory and enhanced UV-B protection. (Butyrospermum Parkii)
Soy Amino Acids
Amino acids are the building blocks of nature, and make up protein. Soy is amoungst the plants containing the highest amounts of proteins. Their main functions are as enzymes, structure proteins (keratin, collagen and elastin) and transport proteins. The proteins derived from soy have a tightening effect on skin and form a fine film that gives it a satiny finish.
Soy Butter infuses the skin with lipids to hydrate and protect skin cells. As skin ages, the intercellular bond between skin cells becomes depleted, making it dry and porous, causing the skin to become less effective as a barrier against moisture loss. Soy butter rehydrates the lipid barrier to help hold in the skin’s intrinsic moisture while softening dry, chafed, and damaged skin.
Sunflower Seed Extract
Sunflower Seed Oil
Sweet Almond Oil
Tamanu Oil is a significant topical healing agent from the sacred Tamanu tree. With its high levels of lipids, fatty acids and anti-inflammatory agents, it has tremendous anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant activity. It has a mild, pleasant aroma and a luxurious feel, absorbing readily into the skin, leaving it soft and smooth.
Thyme was burned in ancient temples to ward off venomous creatures. The fragrance has long been known to promote courage and dispel fear. It stimulates the conscious mind and will revitalize the mindbody physiology.
Wheatgrass is abundant in vitamins, minerals, enzymes, chlorophyll (often referred to as the blood of plant life), and vital life energy. It contains 17 amino acids which are the building blocks of the proteins used by the body for building muscle tissue, repairing cells, and clotting the blood. Wheatgrass also increases the enzyme levels in our cells, aiding in the cell rejuvenation and the metabolism of nutrients. Research has even found that Wheatgrass produces an immunization effect against many dietary carcinogens.
Ylang-Ylang Flower Essential Oil
Ylang-Ylang is made into a soothing and sensual oil with a fresh, floral, sweet, slightly fruit and exotic fragrance. It is adaptagenic in that it can be used for both oily and dry skin. It also may be used in the treatment of anxiety, depression, frigidity, hypertension, palpitations and stress.
Ingredients We Never Use
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Artifical Color and Fragrance
Proven to be the most prevalent sensitizers (cause of allergic reactions or chemical sensitivities) in cosmetic preparations.
DEA, MEA, TEA, or MIPA Compounds
These are synthetic surfactants used in soaps and many shampoos. These ingredients are allergenic, and may also be contaminated with nitrosamines, a potent class of carcinogens. They’re on the FDA’s list of suspected carcinogens.
A suspected carcinogen, this colorless, pungent, irritating substance is found in many preservatives, such as quaternium-15, the hydantoins and ureas, and surfactants such as sodium lauryl sulfate.
Hydrolyzed Animal Protein
Innersense products do not contain any animal by-products and were not tested on animals.
Imidazolidinyl and Diazolidinyl Urea
These commonly used preservatives are antiseptic and deodorizing. They have been established by the American Academy of Dermatology to be primary causes of contact dermatitis (causing adverse reactions such as rashes that can be quite severe). Keep clear of the eye area, as it is an eye irritant.
Lanolin itself is perfectly safe. But cosmetic-grade lanolin can be contaminated with carcinogenic pesticides such as DDT, dieldrin, and lindane, in addition to other neurotoxic pesticides.
Methylchloroisothiazolinone and Methylisothiazolinone
Sensitizers, these are known to cause allergies.
PEG-8 (polyethylene glycol)
This synthetic detergent is on the FDA’s list of suspected carcinogens, and according to the FDA is “highly allergenic.”
These synthetic plant glycols are used as binders, solvents, emollients, plasticizers, bases, carriers, emulsifiers and dispersants. They cause many allergic reactions. PEG compounds may contain the carcinogenic contaminant, Dioxane.
Made from petroleum or “crude oil”, petrochemicals include some of the most valuable medical and industrial substances ever known, yet they also include some of the most hazardous substances ever made. This danger is a result of the following: in nature, each natural compound (and there are millions) is balanced by an associated natural enzyme that can break it down and cause it to harmlessly decompose. However, many synthetic organic chemicals don’t occur in nature and no natural enzymes exist to break them down. As a result, many petrochemicals remain in the environment for a long time. Petroleum pollutes the environment when we drill for it, when we transport it, and when we refine it. Oil spills average a million gallons a month into the environment and refineries release 8.25 million pounds of toxins into our air and water each year. Every time we use a petrochemical product, we contribute to this pollution. And we further deplete an important and non-renewable global resource whose supplies are expected to disappear around the year 2050.
Chemicals used to add flexibility and dissolve other ingredients in; they can be absorbed through the skin or inhaled and have been linked to birth defects in the male reproductive system.
A neurotoxin, this petroleum-derived humectant, surfactant, solvent, and carrier that is known to cause contact dermatitis along with a wide variety of allergic reactions.
Derived from roses, this is an aromatic ether alcohol. It is used as a preservative and a fragrance ingredient in cosmetic preparations.
Quaternary Ammonium Compounds
A wide variety of these caustic ammonium compounds are used in cosmetics, especially hair conditioners. They may give a soft feel to the hair and stabilize the rinse’s or conditioner’s emulsion, but in the long run they dry the scalp and hair and make the hair brittle. They’re also allergenic and pollute the environment.
Sulfates are used in the manufacture of synthetic soaps, detergents, emollient creams and shampoos (like sodium lauryl and laureth sulfate). Sulfates are harmful to marine life and the environment. They can cause allergic reactions and dry skin and hair. They are also an eye irritant.
A non-irritating food-grade preservative used to control microbial growth in cosmetic preparations.
De-ionized, it is essential that water used in cosmetic preparations is sterile to avoid contamination of the product. This ingredient is a know carcinogen with links to health issues.
Innersense Organic Beauty is proud to be a Certified Green Company and Compact Signor of both Safe Cosmetics & Truth in Labeling Acts. Member of the Organic Trade Association and CCIC Certified Committed to social and enviromental sustainability.