REAL INGREDIENTS. REAL RESULTS.
As much as we’d love it if all our products were 100% naturally derived, your safety will always come first. No one can deny the power, beauty and benefits of Mother Nature’s finest extracts. However, sometimes these raw ingredients can be unstable in their purest form. That means we may process some of our ingredients or formulas or include safe chemicals in our products so that you can enjoy from-the-earth products that are safe, stable and formulated with love. Maple Holistics oils, such as our essential oils, are pure.
We Get You
Each and every Maple Holistics product is lovingly formulated to contain just what’s necessary to help you look beautiful - no more and no less. We believe that life is stressful enough as it is, which is why we want to make sure your personal care routine is a totally guilt-free experience. That means our formulas are made without sulfates, parabens, silicones and other harmful chemicals - as well as no harm to cute, furry friends. Instead, we search the globe for quality, clean ingredients to pack our bottles with nothing but the very best for you and your loved ones.
Our pure oils are carefully sourced and rigorously tested for quality, purity, and potency. We meticulously review our certificates of analysis and test our oils to ensure that all of them meet listed standards and specifications and that no extraneous or unnecessary elements were added. Our quality assurance system insists that we source from industry leaders with strict purity, potency, and authenticity standards, including but not limited to the ISO 9001:2015 quality standard (previously ISO 9001:2008).
Keep It Clean
At Maple Holistics, our goal to create nourishing products means that we’re committed to delivering clean alternatives to what we believe to be harmful conventional products. We stand by our #ReadTheLabel philosophy and encourage our customers to stay in-the-know so that they can be proud of the products they’re using. Take a closer look at our carefully compiled selection of harmful ingredients that you will never find in our formulas.
An oft-used foaming agent, sulfates have been linked to skin irritation, cancer, and endocrine disruption.
Parabens are a popular product preservative, one that can damage hair and carries a link to cancer.
Used to chemically soften, phthalates have been linked to everything from asthma, to breast cancer, to obesity.
Derived from petrochemicals, artificial fragrances are generally made up of unsafe, disease-causing chemicals.
Though visually striking and aesthetically pleasing, synthetic colors are known to contain toxins and carcinogens.
A popular ingredient in personal care, silicone is artificial and can promote dull or dry skin and hair.
A supposed germ killer, studies have shown than triclosan can disrupt hormones and promote bacterial growth.
Gluten-intolerant beauty lovers and celiac sufferers are always in need of gluten-free personal care products.
When used in personal care and in high concentration, alcohol can severely dry out both hair and skin.
Diethanolamine is banned in Canada and found unsafe for use in cosmetics. It’s a possible carcinogen, and a known respiratory toxin.
Officially and widely recognized as a carcinogen, formaldehyde is linked to a myriad of different cancers.
Used a preservative in personal care products, BHA is classified as an allergen and a possible human carcinogen.
Classified as an irritant, Phenylenediamine is most commonly used as a coloring agent in cosmetics.
Mineral oil is used as a moisturizing agent, but it’s classified as an ingredient that is expected to be toxic or harmful.
Used for foaming personal care products, cocamide DEA has been linked to cancer as well as allergic reactions.
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