Facebook Twitter LinkedIn

**Coming Soon

Journey to Natural Health Spa is now closed but please stay tuned for our new ONLINE WELLNESS STORE.

Our new online store will be packed full of your favorite beauty and spa products as well as more natural and organic yummy products!

Thesis Beauty

Thesis 2

Thesis Beauty Purists – Bath, Body & Skin Products

  • Premium certified organic ingredients
  • Every ingredient is active and functional
  • No synthetics
  • No gimmicks
  • Vegan and cruelty-free
  • Eco-friendly packaging

Quality of ingredients is everything when it comes to creating truly pure and functional skin care. Thesis carefully assesses each ingredient and formulates only with the most potent certified organic botanicals (oils, butters, essences, herbs, glycerin etc.) and premium natural salts, clays and some other ingredients that come straight from nature and are not synthesized or processed in any way (for example, baking soda or pumice). Most ingredients are food grade (except clays, some salts and some oils). The ingredient panel in most cases sounds like your health food store shopping list! That’s why Thesis products are so nourishing to your skin – they are a true, pure skin food. What’s important, are that the carrier oils, butters and botanicals are also raw, unprocessed and loaded with antioxidants helping hydrate your skin, prevent signs of premature aging, and support your skins health. Ingredients that have been processed (refined, deodorized, bleached, etc. to achieve longer shelf life and smoother texture) have little or nothing to offer to your skin.

As beauty purists, Thesis is proud of the fact that most of their products consist up to 100% of certified organic ingredients, many of which, by the way, have been used in cooking or medicinally for thousands of years and withstood the test of time (and without animal testing!).

Eco-friendly apothecary glass containers will never interact with essential oils or release toxins into the final product like many plastics do. Also sunlight depletes ingredients of their potency – a common problem with clear packaging. Stylish dark glass bottles block the light so you can enjoy full-strength products.

Products are manufactured right here, in the USA. All items are produced in small batches to keep things fresh and most potent.

Alima Pure

Alima Pure 3

Alima Pure – Mineral Make up

Alima comes from the sufi word Al Alim, which means that divine wisdom encompasses even the smallest things. That means that even life’s most trivial details are rich with significance, and that it’s in the process of living life to the fullest that we are our most beautiful.

  • No Parabens
  • No Gluten
  • No Dyes
  • No Nanoparticles

All natural, pure minerals from nature. That’s all you’re going to find in Alima Pure cosmetics. No toxins, no irritants, no preservatives, just pure beauty.

Skin is the connection between inner and outer beauty. So why put anything on your body that won’t support whole health of mind, body and spirit? Alima’s natural mineral make up is crafted to enhance beauty in a way that feels amazing and lets your individuality shine through.

Alima Pure used minerals that are not only the finest grade, they’re specially processed to provide rich, deep pigment, opacity and shimmer – just as they are.  The result is a wonderful light, silky feeling and long-lasting wear that lets your true beauty shine through.

Alima Pure is proud to have passed the most rigorous certification for purity in the world.  The prestigious European BDIH “Certified Natural Cosmetics Seal” means you can trust that what you’re putting on your skin is all natural and nothing more. A badge of honor for companies that care, BDIH verifies Alima’s commitment to pure, safe, cruelty-free and environmentally friendly ingredients produced and packaged in an environmentally and socially responsible manner.

Here’s why it matters. Sadly, in the U.S., neither the Food and Drug Administration nor the beauty industry can agree on a definition of “natural.” Companies can use it to mean anything – or nothing. The rigorous BDIH guidelines go beyond the European Union Cosmetics Directive, which has currently banned more than 1000 chemicals considered unsafe for the use in cosmetics. In contrast, the FDA has banned 10.