Buddha Nose Detox Bath Salts
The Detox Bath Salts help us to release and let go. Soak out sore muscles, angry feelings, a stressful week. Let yourself return to feeling peaceful and unbothered. Ingredients include the essential oils of Grapefruit, Lemon, Cypress, Fennel, Ginger Root, Rose Geranium and Juniper Berry blended into dead sea salts from Israel and red salts from Utah. This unique blend encourages our body and our mind to loosen the grip of our daily grind, and let our spirits flow.
About Buddha Nose
Buddha Nose is a certified organic body care that inspires the mind-body-beauty connection.
Buddha Nose uses only USDA certified organic ingredients when available, and we are very proud to have 4 out of our 12 products carry the USDA organic seal. We continue to work towards certifying the rest of the line.
At this time in the US, the FDA does not have any regulatory standards that can certify body care products organic. Therefore those products that carry the USDA seal are certified by the same standards that regulate our food. These standards make sure farming practices are sustainable and free from the use of pesticides and growth hormones. The USDA organic food standards are some of the most stringent in the world, in order for a product to carry the USDA seal it must be composed of at least 95% USDA certified organic ingredients and the remaining 5% must be ingredients that the NOP, the National Organic Program, recognizes as “approved” ingredients.
Because there are some ingredients used in body care products that are not present in our food products, like vegetable glycerin, or particular essential oils that may not yet be available organic, they are not included in the “allowed” list and in some instances may prevent a product from carrying the USDA seal.
All of the ingredients used in Buddha Nose products are totally free of all synthetics and chemical preservative systems. The skin is our largest organ, and by using only organic ingredients, we not only respect the health and well-being of our bodies but we also respect the health and well-being of our environment.