After spending years perfecting my formulas it is really exciting to see them on the world stage.
Kitchener, ON (PRWEB) March 27, 2012
It's no secret that the way to perfect skin is through products that contain natural, organic ingredients. They are packed with beauty actives such as antioxidants, vitamins and essential fatty acids that nourish and revitalize skin. It was no surprise to learn that one of the fashion industry's biggest names, Lindsey Wixson, looks to artisanal Canadian company, Cocoon Apothecary to maintain her gorgeous glow for the runways of New York, Paris and Milan.
"We see amazing results with all of our clients' skin and know without a doubt that natural is the way to go," says Jessica Burman, founder and CEO of Cocoon Apothecary. "We were thrilled to learn that supermodel Lindsey Wixson uses our products to maintain her gorgeous skin. It just conﬁrms the level of performance our formulas deliver."
Natural skin care is becoming a major player in the cosmetics industry as people are becoming increasingly aware of its high-quality performance in comparison to its chemical counterparts. It is also the ethical choice with non-toxic, vegan, and eco-friendly ingredients that are not only great for the skin but also for the planet.
“After spending years perfecting my formulas it is really exciting to see them on the world stage.”
About Cocoon Apothecary
Cocoon Apothecary was founded in 2004 in Kitchener, Ontario. Founder Jessica Burman wanted to create healthy, safe skin care products that embraced the healing power of natural ingredients.
She works from a dedicated cosmetics lab, and supplies her lotions and cleansers to customers all over North America through her online shop. She focuses on transparent corporate practices and educating her customers on reading cosmetic labels and the importance of natural ingredients.
All Cocoon Apothecary products are vegan, cruelty-free and contain many certified organic ingredients. Amber glass bottles preserve contents and are easily reusable and recyclable, and corn-based labels and new plastic caps are sourced from overstock that would otherwise be headed for landfill.