97.63% natural. Full disclosure, I do not make any of my lotion bases, instead I research samples from many, many different companies and then I choose the best ones. You will NEVER receive a runny, watery lotion from me.
In case you were wondering who EWG Skin Deep is, it is my go to resource
if I have any questions about an ingredient, with the 2nd being
Wikipedia. They use the power of information to protect human health and
the environment. Their database gives you practical information to
protect yourself and your family from everyday exposures to chemicals.
They have an easy to understand rating system:
Here's a deep dive of each individual ingredient in my 97.63% natural shea butter cream. I remember when I first got this sample, I was
excited to add it to my product line. It has been my best selling cream from day 1.
Water - Hazard Score Key: 1
Glycerol Stearate - Hazard Score Key: 1
Isopropyl Myristate - Hazard Score Key: 1
Cetearyl Alcohol - Hazard Score Key: 1
Ceteareth 20 - Hazard Score Key:3
Caprylic/Capric Glycerides - Hazard Score Key: 1
Dimethicone - Hazard Score Key:3
Stearyl Alcohol - Hazard Score Key: 1
Soybean Oil - Hazard Score Key: 1
Shea Butter - Hazard Score Key: 1
Sunflower Oil - Hazard Score Key: 1
Hydrolyzed Silk - Hazard Score Key: 1
Aloe Barbadensis - Hazard Score Key: 1
Disodium Diazolidinyl Urea - Hazard Score Key:Unknown
I confirmed this is the proper ingredient name with my manufacturer, but it's not found in the database.
Benzophenone 4 - Hazard Score Key:3
Iodopropynyl Butylcarbamate - Hazard Score Key:4
I hope this helps you make good choices about your skin care. What you
put on your body is as important as what you put into your body.