Do you know what you’re putting on your skin?
You probably have at least a dozen personal care products in your bathroom right now, each with its own distinctive label. But do you know what’s under that lid?
At the Sam’s Natural independent manufacturing facility in New Hampshire, it’s about people-power. When we say “handcrafted” and “hand poured” those aren’t pretty marketing terms, they’re how we make our products each and every day.
For us, it’s all about clean ingredients. Take our natural DEO. We carefully select every hardworking ingredient to do a specific job, starting with our base formula. Here’s what you’ll find inside:
Baking Soda – Your sweat doesn’t stink. It’s the reaction sweat has with bacteria on the surface of the skin that creates an odor. Baking soda’s anti-bacterial properties neutralize those odor-causing bacteria to stop stink before it can start.
Arrowroot Powder – Harvested from the rootstocks of certain tropical plants, arrowroot powder penetrates and softens the skin and helps it absorb wetness. (We’re not about stopping sweat, which is a perfectly natural and needed process.)
Coconut Oil and Shea Butter – Both coconut oil and shea butter are plant-extracted fats that are effective and non-greasy moisturizers for the skin. Coconut oil also has anti-bacterial properties — a bonus.
Natural Oils and Fragrance – We’re proud of our range of distinctive Sam’s scents inspired by nature and the great outdoors. We add just a touch of these carefully formulated blends to our base formula. Prefer fragrance-free? We also offer our natural deodorant unscented.
We use the same approach with our other great products — clean ingredients, exceptional products, all carefully formulated and handcrafted right here in Atkinson, NH. Now you know what’s under the cap here at Sam’s.
There are a lot of great reasons to control at least a part of your food/beverage supply. Just think of the price tag on “organic” products at the grocery store or the last time you had to settle for wilted seconds. You are also free to experiment with tastier and more exotic varieties than you’ll find at the supermarket (Mojito Mint, anyone?).