SOL transports you to that irresistible state of mind with products designed to celebrate life under the tropical sun.

Escape to Tropical Bliss

There’s nothing quite like the bliss of a tropical escape. The sound of crashing waves. Smell of sea air. Pink sand between your toes. Colors so vivid, they’re almost hyper real and the warm sunshine that follows wherever you go. You look and feel sun lit from within.

SOL transports you to that irresistible state of mind with products designed to celebrate life under thetropical sun. It’s about more than a perfect sun kissed tan. It’s an escape to tropical bliss.

Nourish to Flourish

No love is more important than self love! Here’s a gentle reminder to make time for yourself today and every day. Click the link to read about more ways you can treat yourself with care and nourish your #MindBodySOL

Our formulas are:

Formulas Safe For The Environment

A vacation state of mind should come with peace of mind too. We choose the ingredients for our formulas with the planet in mind.

By 2025, we strive to have all of our products be safe for land and water through formulas which are made with biodegradable ingredients and will not harm aquatic life.

Our Ingredients

There has been a lot of conversation in the skincare industry around certain ingredients. We are here to supply you with information around the top buzzed-about ingredients and the use of any of these in our products.

What are parabens?

Parabens are preservatives used to keep health and beauty products fresh by preventing the growth of harmful bacteria. These compounds are amongst the most commonly used cosmetic preservatives in the world and have a long history of safe use. They have been extensively studied and determined to be safe for usage in personal care products by expert scientific panels and governmental regulatory agencies. None of the extensive research carried out on parabens has indicated a potential risk of harm to human health and parabens remain amongst the safest of preservatives in today’s cosmetic products. 

Parabens are also naturally occurring in many foods that we enjoy as part of a healthy lifestyle. These include cucumbers, carrots, onions, blueberries and cherries.


Methylparabens are the most common preservative used in food and cosmetics. In the United States, methylparaben and propylparaben are recognized as safe by the FDA. The Food and Drug Administration is a federal organization responsible for protecting public health by ensuring the safety, efficacy, and security of human and veterinary drugs, biological products, and medical devices, our nation's food supply, cosmetics, etc. FDA Link: https://www.fda.gov/cosmetics/cosmetic-ingredients/parabens-cosmetics

Other independent groups, the American Cancer Society, the FDA, and Cancer Research Centers, have looked for many different causes for cancer but have never found any evidence of risk from parabens.


Sulfates are commonly used as surfactants that provide cleansing by trapping dirt and oils so that they can be rinsed away with water. They are the ingredient that creates the foamy lather you get when you brush your teeth or wash your hair or face. In rare cases, certain sulfates can irritate some skin types, which is why you might have heard or read about an increase in sulfate-free products. 


Not all sulfates are created equal. Through our research, we identified mild sulphates (“ethoxylated sulphates”) that are powerfully effective, yet gentle. We use SLES (Sodium Laureth Sulfate) in our products. It is a surfactant which creates lather and gives that ‘clean feel’, often confused with SLS (Sodium Lauryl Sulfate), which is known to cause irritation. SLES is a milder surfactant than SLS and is more suitable for beauty products as it’s kinder to skin.

Contrary to some Internet rumors, sulfates are proven to be safe and effective. 


Household alcohol is a universal, commonly used ingredient to dissolve and combine other materials consistently.  When used properly in formulations like ours, any alcohol present is too low to have impact on the condition of your hair.


In skin care products, we also use so-called “longchain” alcohols, such as cetearyl alcohol. These types of alcohols condition the skinand improve the thickness of product formulas to provide stability.


Phthalates are a group of materials that were historically used in cosmetics for three purposes: to improve fragrance performance, improve longevity of films such as nail polishes and hairsprays, and as a denaturant in alcohol to help prevent accidental ingestion by children.


The Scientific Committee on Consumer Safety (SCCS), an independent scientific committee to the European Commission, published a favorable opinion of phthalates used in cosmetic products. They concluded that although there is no data available to demonstrate an association between phthalates in cosmetics and health risks, they have been measured within urine. Overall, the personal care industry has vastly decreased inclusion of phthalates in cosmetic products.

Our Fragrance Philosophy

We strive to enhance your experiences through our essential research and creation of fragrances. Our fragrance philosophy places the utmost importance on research, analysis, assessment and transparency. Our in-house team of experts is dedicated to creating fragrances that can be enjoyed safely. That's why our formulations are compliant and backed by safety data and meet the guidelines of the international fragrance association (IFRA). And we are striving to improve transparency, so that accurate information about products and ingredients is accessible for everyone.

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