Our bulk products are made to order in an FDA Registered facility in the United States. The lead time ranges from a few days to a few weeks, depending on our backlog and the status of the long lead time materials. We ask our regular customers for feedback and forecasts. All resale customers are eligible for up to 5 free samples of different bulk products, depending on availability. Resale customers, please use the Contact Us form to send us an inquiry about the free samples. We prefer that you test out our free samples before ordering in bulk.
If you're not concerned with the Organic percentage then we can switch to non-Organic ingredients, when it makes sense, to reduce the cost.
You can add pure "THC Free" CBD Isolate to most oil, lotion or cream formulations. The price is $.02/mg. For example, if you want to include 100mg per ounce of emulsion to a 32 oz bulk size, then 100mg * 32 oz = 3,200mg * $.02 = $64.00 additional. This would provide 100mg CBD if selling in a 1 oz container, 50mg in a .5 oz container, 340mg in a 3.4 oz container, etc. Generally, skincare formulations range from 30-300mg per oz.
We quote discounted UPS shipping rates but we also may use USPS and FedEx, where we also get discounted rates. We will refund any shipping overcharge that is greater than $5.00.
75% Organic (Silicone free)
2.5% Granactive Retinoid (Vitamin A Derivative) – Range (1-5%, 1% is clinical strength & 3% is max strength in the EU)
Provitamin B5 (Panthenol)
Vitamin E (Tocopherols / Natural, Non-GMO)
Organic Hyaluronic Acid (Low Molecular Weight Sodium Hyaluronate)
MSM (Organic Sulfur)
Organic Aloe Vera Juice
Organic Bulgarian Rose Distillate
Organic Witch Hazel Extract
Organic Stevia Leaf
Organic Green Tea
Organic Roman Chamomile
Natural Oils and Butters:
Organic Rosehip Seed Oil
Organic Sunflower Seed Oil
Organic Shea Nut Butter
Organic Mango Butter
Granactive Retinoid – Range (1-5%, 1% is clinical strength & 3% is the max strength allowed in the EU).
Citrustem up to 4%; Provital claims that Citrustem at 3%, the skin will recover the biological elasticity it had 12 years ago.
Sepilift DPHP (1-2%)
Renovage (Teprenone) – 1-3%
Per Sederma, Renovage has been shown to reduce the appearance of aging skin by improving dehydration, age spots and ineffective barrier function. Clinical studies found it to improve the appearance of rough skin, fine lines, enlarged pores and redness in 75% of the test persons, where the overall appearance of the skin was improved and restored to a more youthful state.
The botanical extracts, oils and scent can be switched to other species when buying in 5 gallon sizes.
Any changes may affect the price.
Shelf Life: Est. 18 months
POA (Period After Opening): Est. 6 months
A 1.7 oz airless pump bottle should last about 1 month with normal use
Ingredients (75% Organic):
Aloe Barbadensis Juice Extract*,
Helianthus Annuus Seed Oil*,
Butyrospermum Parkii Butter*,
Hamamelis Virginiana Extract*,
Dimethyl Isosorbide (and) Hydroxypinacolone Retinoate
Glyceryl Stearate, Cetearyl Alcohol, Sodium Stearoyl Lactylate,
Cetearyl Olivate, Sorbitan Olivate,
Mangifera Indica Seed Butter*,
Gluconolactone (and) Sodium Benzoate,
Rosa Damascena Flower Distillate*,
Rosa Canina Seed Oil*,
Vigna Aconitifolia Seed Extract,
Stevia Rebaudiana Leaf Extract,
Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract,
Matricaria Recutita Flower Extract,
Granactive Retinoid contains 10% of Hydroxypinacolone Retinoate (HPR), the New Retinol Superstar!
At The International Dermal Institute they have discovered a new patented molecule called Hydroxypinacolone Retinoate (HPR), that is an ester of Retinoic Acid and works similar to Tretinoin (Retin–A) but without the irritation. Unlike Retinoic Acid, results of the standard RIPT (Repeat Insult Patch Test) skin irritation test showed no irritation after 21 days of continual use. Unlike Retinol and other derivatives that must be converted to the biologically active form of Retinoic Acid, HPR binds directly with Retinoid receptors to initiate a response in the skin. Because HPR is an ester of Retinoic Acid – the active form of Retinol, instead of an ester of Retinol, it doesn’t have to go through the same conversion process to be used directly by skin. So, in theory, a lower amount of HPR can elicit the same results as higher concentrations of Retinol.