WHAT DOES PLANT-BASED MEAN?
Does not contain and is not manufactured with animal ingredients or animal by-products —— no meat, fish, fowl, egg or milk ingredients, honey or royal jelly, silk proteins or dyes derived from insects. Plant-based ingredients are extracts and oils derived from flowers, herbs, nuts, seeds, roots and berries (Vegan)
Angie Watts products are cruelty-free and certified with the Leaping Bunny Program, The Coalition for Consumer Information on Cosmetics, and certified Vegan and Cruelty-Free by PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals).
All of our oils (ingredients) are cold pressed, or steam distilled. These extraction methods lead to the highest quality, preserve nutrients, and do not use any solvents/chemicals in the process.
All organic ingredients from our suppliers are USDA certified.
All of our oils are plant based, and vegan.
Our products are friends and family tested, absolutely no animal testing.
Our products are formulated without parabens, alcohol, petroleum, mineral oil, lanolin, pesticides, propylene or butylene glycols, silicones, phthalates, sulfates, PEGs, TEA, DEA, GMO, silicones, artificial dyes or synthetic fragrances.
Sustainability is an integral part of Angie Watts. We remain committed to offering products that benefit not only the consumer, but also the planet. Our products are 100% naturally derived from the seed, nut, kernel, or fruit of various plant species. Angie Watts products are safe and clean enough to consume, however, not very tasty so we wouldn’t recommend it :) Our ingredient suppliers are located in the United States and have USDA Organic and Fair Trade Certifications. With the planet in mind, our products are completely box-free and the majority of our product line is stored in glass, which highly recyclable.
DID YOU KNOW?
The EU law bans 1,328 chemicals from cosmetics that are known or suspected to cause cancer, genetic mutation, reproductive harm or birth defects. In comparison, the U.S. FDA has only banned or restricted 11 chemicals from cosmetics. Unlike the United States, EU law requires pre-market safety assessments of cosmetics, mandatory registration of cosmetic products, government authorization for the use of nanomaterials and prohibits animal testing for cosmetic purposes.
The U.S. has not passed major federal legislation governing the cosmetics industry since 1938.
More Than 40 Nations Have Stricter Cosmetic Safety Regulations Than the U.S.
Two California state legislators have introduced legislation to ban 20 of the worst chemicals and contaminants in cosmetics. A Connecticut state senator has introduced legislation to subject U.S. cosmetics to the same standards as those adopted by the EU.
Legislation Would Ban These “Toxic Twenty” Chemicals in Cosmetics Sold in California
|Mercury and related compounds, including thimerosal|
|PFAS (per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances)|
|Lead and related compounds|