A natural daily face care system that actually works.

Completely free of


sodium lauryl sulfates (SLS)

parabens

phthalates

gluten

soy

GMOs

dyes

animal cruelty

artificial preservatives

Mimi

Nonprofit Gifts Coordinator

All my acne had disappeared within a week of using the new Pure Good products!

Lola

Writer & Nutritionist

This system has literally changed my skin. I have ZERO breakouts, and I used to always have one or two pesky ones around my chin.

Frequently Asked Questions


How and why is my face care food-grade?

You may recognize several things from your kitchen in the ingredients of your face care products. Pure Good uses natural plant oils and naturally derived ingredients in all of our products, most of which are also used in cooking, baking or food preparations. Our recipes are not composed to please taste buds, but it is always delicious to skin.

What is the toner for?

It’s not fuel for your laser printer. Our toner “tones” the skin by contracting the surface of pores, minimizing bacteria on the skin surface and reducing damage by makeup and thick oils. The high-moisture formula also prepares the skin for the moisturizer in the third step of the face treatment by softening the skin structure.

How long does a month's worth last?

A month’s supply is 1 fluid ounce each of the wash, toner and moisturizer. Pure Good uses no fillers so an ounce goes about as far as a cup (8 ounces) of a conventional drugstore-brand cleanser or moisturizer. A few pumps of each part of the treatment is often enough for a daily face care ritual.

Why is the face wash made mostly of oil?

It is somewhat counterintuitive, but oil is nature’s gentlest cleanser. Throughout the day your pores fill plaque-like lipids that congest and become blocked when they gather makeup, dirt and bacteria. Soaps can harden that plaque, but oil softens other lipids, making it easier to gently release the congested pores. When you use warmth and steam to loosen your pores, oil becomes an amazing natural cleanser.

So how do I use oil to clean my face?

The trick is to use a warm wet cloth first to open your pores before applying the oil wash, and then a freshly rinsed warm rag to thoroughly remove all of the oil from your face. This may take some time, but by repeatedly gently warming and steaming your face with the wet cloth the oil in your pores is released and all of the oil swept away. Feel your face with your fingers to make sure that the oil is all gone. Once the oil is fully removed your skin will feel moist and fresh, like your whole face is taking a deep breath.

How do I receive my face care?

Your first month’s supply comes in matching thick glass bottles, perfect for safely storing food-grade products over time. These can be cleaned to contain later months’ supplies, delivered in convenient sterile envelopes that reduce your dependence on large and new packaging for your face care needs.

3 Step Daily Face Care


Oil Wash

Oil on your face? It may seem counterintuitive, but oil is nature’s gentlest cleanser. Throughout the day your pores fill plaque-like lipids that congest and become blocked when they gather makeup, dirt and bacteria throughout the day. Soaps, SLS, and paraben-based facial cleansers can harden that plaque, creating cycles of irritation and inflamation. But natural, food-grade oil softens dirt-filled lipids and releases congested pores for a truly gentle deep clean.

For the best results, use a warm wet cloth first to open your pores before applying the oil wash, and then to thoroughly remove all of the oil from your face. Once the oil is fully removed your skin will feel moist and fresh, like your whole face is taking a deep breath.

Ingredients

Almond Oil

Almond oil is the perfect way to protect skin from the very beginning, and it makes many common skin care additives unnecessary. Loaded with vitamin A, B, E, and a bevy of proteins and minerals that moisturize and nourish skin, almond oil is the ideal treatment for dryness and inflammation common with infants and children. Adults rejoice in the oil’s ability to reduce dark circles, remove crow’s feet, and purify the skin’s surface.

Safflower Oil

The oil of the seeds of the safflower, a thistle-like annual flower, is a popular cooking oil due to its tolerance of very high heat. One type of the oil is more common in the kitchen, while Pure Good uses the second type that is richer in skin-healthy linoleic acids. Both versions, fortunately, lower blood sugar and blood pressure as well as help the body dissolve fatty acids.

Castor Oil

The oil of the seed of the castor plant, a short flower with red leaves native to tropical areas, is planted around the world as an ornamental and a cash crop, due to castor oil’s continued popularity in skin care. With uses as broad as industrial lubricants and insecticides, castor oil has been known since ancient times as a treatment for skin spots, cysts, acne, scarring, irritation, soreness and loss of skin luster.

Toner

Using a toner after cleansing helps your moisturizer penetrate the skin and hydrate more deeply. Our toner tightens and restores freshly cleaned skin. Or throw our travel & eco-friendly glass bottle in your bag for a refreshing lift to your tired, dry face after a long day.

This powerful blend balances skin pH and promotes the production of collagen and elastin to keep skin looking youthful and fresh. Pure aloe vera juice moisturizes all levels of skin, softening the surface and promoting cell regeneration deep within. Rosewater, long famous for its numerous health and beauty applications, detoxifies skin cells and clears pores.

Ingredients

Aloe Vera

Aloe vera has been a true friend to humanity since the ancient Egyptians named it the “plant of immortality.” The skin benefits of aloe vera juice flow from the plant’s high concentrations of vitamins, minerals, and amino acids that inhibit pain, prevent scarring, and stimulate cell regeneration. Pure Good is proud to use organic pure aloe vera juice harvested responsibly for maximum purity.

Rose Distillate

The delicately-steamed distillate of the rose, considered the most beautiful flower in the world, has many benefits beyond its regal alluring scent. Rose extracts have several antibacterial, antispasmodic and anti-inflammatory qualities while calming the nervous system and regulating the digestive system. Pure Good uses rose-based products for their astringent qualities: tightening pores, softening skin, and contracting the tiny blood vessels and muscles directly below the skin.

Moisturizer

Our faces are subjected to an endless onslaught of potentially damaging environmental factors. Using a moisturizer is the best protection you can provide for the sensitive skin on your face. Pure Good formulates our facial lotion from vegan, organic food-grade ingredients specifically for your skin type.

This smooth lotion was designed for the most fair and sensitive skin in the world. Pure aloe vera juice whipped into a cream suspends a variety of vital plant oils, helping them soak into the skin instead of leaving an annoying residue. Ingredients are kept to a bare minimum so no allergies or sensitivities are activated; only the restorative and regenerative properties of aloe and plant oils are included for moisturizing relief.

Pure Good uses no fillers in our product, so a tiny dab of our face lotion goes a long way. Lavender essential oil acts as a light natural antiseptic and adds a soothing, clarifying aroma to finish your facial care process.

How to use moisturizer

Apply 2-3 pumps to face and neck with clean fingers. Best used after cleansing and toning skin.

Ingredients

Apricot Kernel Oil

Apricot kernel oil, always seeking the perfect company, is light and sweet in every way. It is one of the lightest food-grade oils, with a gentle aroma that pairs well with natural fragrances. Apricot kernel oil is often sought after as a face moisturizer, as its natural wealth of gamma linoleic acid balances well with all skin types while leaving no greasy residue.

Aloe Vera

Aloe vera has been a true friend to humanity since the ancient Egyptians named it the “plant of immortality.” The skin benefits of aloe vera juice flow from the plant’s high concentrations of vitamins, minerals, and amino acids that inhibit pain, prevent scarring, and stimulate cell regeneration. Pure Good is proud to use organic pure aloe vera juice harvested responsibly for maximum purity.

Grapeseed Oil

Grapeseed oil is one of the most labor-intensive oils to produce, but the benefits make it a steal at twice the price. It gives acne a “one-two punch,” with the natural anti-inflammatory linoleic acid and the astringent qualities that tighten skin and maintain pore health. All of this is locked in a light yet rich textured oil that is perfect for oily skin.

Safflower Oil

The oil of the seeds of the safflower, a thistle-like annual flower, is a popular cooking oil due to its tolerance of very high heat. One type of the oil is more common in the kitchen, while Pure Good uses the second type that is richer in skin-healthy linoleic acids. Both versions, fortunately, lower blood sugar and blood pressure as well as help the body dissolve fatty acids.

Almond Oil

Almond oil is the perfect way to protect skin from the very beginning, and it makes many common skin care additives unnecessary. Loaded with vitamin A, B, E, and a bevy of proteins and minerals that moisturize and nourish skin, almond oil is the ideal treatment for dryness and inflammation common with infants and children. Adults rejoice in the oil’s ability to reduce dark circles, remove crow’s feet, and purify the skin’s surface.

Japan Wax

Japan wax derives its geographical name from its origins as a candle fuel in Japan, although it also has a long history as a medicine component in India and Vietnam. It is a crushed fruit and therefore not a true wax although it is used in Pure Good Skin Food and other vegan products as a substitute for beeswax. Its fascinating viscous qualities were unique among other plant-based waxes when English scientists named its origin the “Japanese wax fruit” in the 19th century.

Benzyl Alcohol

Benzyl alcohol helps Pure Good pull several of its more complex and perishable products together. Also known as “aromatic alcohol,” the substance is a sweet-scented clear liquid produced by many plants, including jasmine and hyacinth. Benzyl alcohol smooths aloe-oil mixes and retards the growth of bacteria within lotions and moisturizers as well as industrially in medications and food flavorings. Pure Good’s use of benzyl alcohol is, as suggested by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, always less than half a percent by volume.