About us

The hippocratic oath ­ “To do no harm,” is the cornerstone of the medical profession. Imagine having a skincare product that has the same conviction as what is expected from this oath. Our goal at Free Range Skin Care is to ethically and sustainably produce a product that does exactly that.

My family has a rich history of cultivating natural products, and with their support, I became a fourth generation soap artisan. Twenty years later my family continues to use the same recipes passed down through the generations.

This is where Free Range Skincare comes in. My all­natural soaps, lotions and creams are made with pure, sustainable ingredients including free range egg. We all know how much better a farm fresh egg tastes over the grocery store egg. But did you know these same differences improve the health of your skin? The egg is what sets us apart. I live in Ohio where I raise a flock of chickens in a free range environment. From this healthy lifestyle, my girls provide eggs with significantly more health benefits than the factory farmed variety including increased Vitamin A, Vitamin E, and Lutein.

I find it very interesting that when these items are taken as a supplement, the body only absorbs 10% of the nutrients but when applied topically the body can absorb up to 60% of these nutrients. Imagine having the benefits of kale without having to eat it!

As we grow our goal is to establish a rescue designed to rehabilitate battery hens. Once healthy, their eggs will be used in my products. By supporting Free Range Skincare you will be helping your skin, protecting the environment and promoting the humane treatment of hens nationwide. So Put a Little Egg on your Face! Have fun and feel good with Free Range Skincare.

 

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