Common Sense Farm - Baby Powder - 2.6 Oz. (75g)
Common Sense Farm Baby Powder, Unlike most commercial powders that rely on talc (a questionable ingredient) Common Sense Farm Baby Power contains corn starch, oat flour and French white clay to absorb moisture and soften skin. A special herb – powdered slippery elm – is also added to Common Sense Farm Baby Powder because of its traditional use as an anti-irritant.
Common Sense Farm Ingredients
There's been an increased awareness regarding the importance of what we eat (what goes in us). Much less has been stressed about the importance of what does on us and into us through our skin. It's equally important - if not more important - to be concerned about what goes into us through our skin. The human body's digestive system is equipped to deal with certain degrees of toxins and impurities. There isn't the same defense system for impurities that enter through the skin. As a result, Common Sense Farm takes serious which ingredients they select for use in their products. You won't find any synthetic preservatives, fragrances or colors in any Common Sense Farm products. This isn't a claim that very many manufacturers can make.
Common Sense Farm's goal is to use what is safe and wholesome. In addition, Common Sense is always looking for new and better ingredients. However, most raw materials used for these types of products require some degree of processing. Some of that processing is as simple as filtering. Other processes are not quite as simple. Until Common Sense Farm knows of safer and better raw materials that require less and simpler processing, they will use what they know to be best. They are just trying to use common sense. If someone wants to make common their understanding of a better method or way that is practical and free of the marketing falsehood that riddles so many of the claims from the natural skincare industry, Common Sense Farm will always welcome that input.
About Common Sense Farm
The Common Sense Farm is a real farm with a special barn. Driving past the farm, you may not know anything different is happening there. Yet inside this old barn built in the 1920's is a special place where they formulate and manufacture all the products from Common Sense Farm.The farm sat idle for many years. The barn weathered considerably during a 25 year period of inactivity. Today, the farm is no longer inactive. The fields have slowly been reclaimed as organic farmland and the barn has been restored as unique place for manufacturing.
Nowadays, common sense isn't quite so common, as so much these days makes so little sense. Therefore, it's refreshing when we findthings that do make sense. They hope that you will be refreshed to discover what they are doing there at the Common Sense Farm. They aren't claiming to on the cutting edge of the latest wonders in skincare. They are simply looking to find natural ways to make pleasant and practical products for everyday life. To them, this is Common Sense. Products made in such a special environment like the Common Sense Farm, should also contain special ingredients. Therefore, they encourage their customers to read their labels to satisfy their interest in safe and wholesome products. All of this will enable you to have more confidence in your everyday use of Common Sense.