Why not products for boys?
We do get this question but our mission honestly is girls. Boys and girls go through puberty at different times and have different needs. Our products address the self-care that is critical for healthy girl development during an often challenging time.
When should my daughter wear makeup?
At Good For You Girls we believe that the age a girl uses make up, should be a family decision. At Good For You Girls we believe beauty comes from within which is why we don't sell makeup. When skin is clean and healthy there is no reason to cover it up. We want girls to feel empowered by their natural beauty. Knowing girls usually start to wear makeup between the ages of 12 and 14 we encourage girls to learn to take care of their skin properly before then.
Can I find your products locally?
Due to the popularity of online shopping we have made the decision to sell on our website and with our online partners Amazon.com, Walmart.com and QVC.com.
Are your products hypoallergenic?
When you see the term hypoallergenic on packaging, it usually refers to a product that contains no additional fragrance. We do not use any synthetic fragrance in our products. Our products are scented with natural essential oils and aromatics, which adds to the enjoyable experience. We always recommend that a patch test be performed before using any new product. Simply apply a very small amount of a new product to one of the softer areas of your skin and observe it for a sensitivity reaction. For example massage it into the inside of the upper arm or behind an ear. Observe for 12-24 hours. If no irritation or redness develops you are good to go.
Are your products vegan certified?
YES! Our products are proudly certified Cruelty Free by the Leaping Bunny program. And we have full disclosure of ingredients on our website and labels.
Are your products organic certified?
We use many organic ingredients in our products. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) does not regulate the term organic for beauty, body care, personal care, or other cosmetic products. Because the USDA regulates all organic agricultural products, a beauty product that contains agricultural ingredients may be eligible for organic certification. These products must meet USDA/NOP standards for organic production, handling, processing, and labeling.
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