Green Goo FAQ
Do Green Goo have any vegan products?
Yes, they do. Although we recommend always checking the label before purchase, the following items are definitely vegan:
- Castile soaps
- Bath salts
- Sitz Bath
- Massage oils
- Face wash
Also, Green Goo Bugs Be Gone Spray, gel deodorants, shampoo, conditioner, lotion, and toothpaste should also be suitable for vegans.
What does “food for your skin” mean?
Green Goo’s entire product line has been formulated to meet the needs of your skin. Their products don’t just mask the symptoms, they promote health and wellness. Green Goo only uses ingredients rich in vitamins and minerals, with the infusion process helping the body absorb products quickly. The brand’s mission is to show the world how effective and powerful all-natural skincare and healthcare can be.
Why do I need to shake Green Goo Bugs be Gone?
Because Green Goo’s Bugs Be Gone includes yarrow and sage-infused in witch hazel, which is combined with a potent blend of essential oils. Shaking the product before use will deliver optimum results, as the ingredients will naturally settle.
Can I use Green Goo products on my kids?
Yes, Green Goo’s product range has been specially designed to suit the skin type of any age group. If you are worried, try their products out on a small area of your child’s body before applying it all over. If you have a baby under one, check out their Baba + Mama line, especially the Green Goo Baby Balm, which has been formulated for sensitive young skin.
Does Green Goo use organic products?
Green Goo source the best ingredients as ethically as possible. Before sourcing the ingredients, the company research the benefits and the costs because they want their products to be as effective and affordable as possible. Whilst every ingredient may not be organic, it delivers the best results.
Why does Green Goo’s products contain a Proposition 65 label?
In 1986 California voters approved a law known as the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act, or Proposition 65. This law requires businesses to provide a warning label on products that contain 800 chemicals. Green Goo’s products are totally safe but do contain some essential oils. These oils do not contain natural chemicals and are below the FDA and WHO guidelines.