Finally, it’s almost fall. No longer will I be forced battle the humidity that threatens my smoothed hair and ruins my makeup within minutes. Unfortunately for me, the cooler dry air draws moisture from my lips leaving them quenched and begging me for comfort. After trying what seemed like every lip balm created, I was lucky enough to come across Pangea Organics’ Ecocentric Lipcare made from Pyrenees lavendar and cardamom. Understanding that lavender calms and soothes while cardamom is a rich antioxidant, I gave it a try. My first thought, “finally!” I had found the relief I was looking for from a genuine and reliable source.
After falling for the lip care, I found many of their other products produce just as many rave-worthy results. Some of my favorites include: Japanese Matcha Tea with Acai and Goji Berry Facial Mask, Himalayan Geranium and Pomegrante Balancing Oil, and each of their deliciously (naturally) scented Hand Soaps.
You can tell from the product names that Pangea Organics puts careful thought into the ingredients included in each formulation. Pangea Organics’ CEO and founder, Joshua Onysko, made the promise to keep all products organic and pure. Everything used in Pangea Organics is recyclable and renewable (including their packaging), guaranteeing you the opportunity to help our planet and therefore help our planet’s people. Onysko believes “What we choose to consume today, directly impacts how we – and future generations – will live tomorrow.” To support this, Pangea Organics pledged to donate 5% of it’s profits in 2010 to Women for Women International, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping women who strive to reach their full potential. Many of the women being supported by Women for Women International have lost everything due to previous and current war situations across the world. Knowing that I was supporting a company that supported the world made me feel better about stocking up on their Lipcare for this winter’s dry air!
Pangea Organics continues to support the world’s sustainability in order to care for us today and our future generations.