Ounce of Nature expands product availability
Botanical-focused skin care company Ounce of Nature is rolling out its products nationally. The company said the expansion comes as it continues to grow a following for its products, which are made with sustainably sourced ingredients that heretofore have only been available at the company's Brooklyn facial spa.
Ounce of Nature's products are made with a proprietary blending technique meant to activate the collagen-boosting qualities in a balance of essential oils that are carried in Jamaican castor nut oil, the company said.
Ounce of Nature founder Andres Roban said he worked on cataloging the world’s best-known anti-aging natural beauty ingredients and their properties. The brand is named for the 1-oz. bottles of its flagship anti-aging serum.
"As I neared a certain age," Roban said, "I noticed lines on my face for the first time. I purchased 12 of the best-known anti-aging products and followed the instructions. Not one worked. Disillusioned, I threw them all together and dipped into the mix weeks later. I found that it changed the way my skin appeared. This started my journey of fractionating each formula and finding a now proprietary blending technique that activates the 'best-of' essential oil ingredients for cutting-edge anti-aging performance. I am thrilled to bring this to the national stage."
The full Ounce of Nature portfolio found on its website Amazon.com includes the Antioxidant Hydrating Cleansing Mousse, which retails for $27; Anti-Aging Serum, which retails for $150; Green Tea Facial Toner, which sells for $35; Wildflower Honey, Aloe & Oatmeal Anti-Aging Face Mask, which carries a price of $35; Hyaluronic Acid Facial Hydrator with Retinol priced at $60; and the Activated Charcoal Bar Soap, which has a price of $10.99.