Osmosis Skincare is dedicated to fostering and maintaining health through a combination of holistic and innovative products that address common problems on a cellular level.
The Osmosis family of products can be grouped into three categories:
Each Osmosis product is based on the belief that the systems of the human body—including its largest organ, the skin—are inherently balanced and self-correcting. Each organ comprises millions of individual cells, which work together to keep the system running smoothly. But when the body is overwhelmed—by excessive sun exposure, environmental pollution, emotional stress—those cells (and systems) can break down. With a targeted approach, they can be brought back into balance, the result of which is vibrant good health: glowing skin, mental clarity, and a healthy body weight.
Achieving Optimal Health, One Cell at a Time
Osmosis is one of the most scientifically advanced skincare lines available not just because of our remarkable technology but also the fact that our exclusive, patented approach works in partnership with the skin.
One of the most critical aspects of the process of skin rejuvenation is picking the right target. Our ability to address the source of skin conditions is what sets us apart. This is where “holistic therapies rooted in science” was born. Osmosis treats the body as a whole because we understand the connection between the skin and other organs as well as immune system health. Our bodies operate as one unit and it is not efficient or effective to damage or interfere with one aspect of cellular health in order to make gains elsewhere.
Osmosis Skincare is proud to be listed as one of the 432 companies setting the bar for safer personal care products. The Campaign for Safe Cosmetics’ recent Market Shift report has bestowed Osmosis Skin Care with “Innovator” status. The Compact for Safe Cosmetics is a voluntary pledge to avoid chemicals that are banned in other countries, to avoid harmful ingredients whenever possible and to fully disclose product ingredients to help consumers make educated choices about what they put in and on their bodies. According to the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics’ website, more than 1,500 companies signed the Compact between 2004 until 2011 when The Campaign for Safe Cosmetics closed the Compact. The research team at Environmental Working Group’s Skin Deep database developed tools for tracking each company’s compliance with the goals of the Compact. These tools were used to determine companies included in The Market Shift report.
The Campaign for Safe Cosmetics is working with the cosmetics industry and lawmakers to pass the Safe Cosmetics Act, which would make it illegal to sell products made with the hazardous chemicals that are currently prevalent in conventional personal care products. For more on Market Shift and to view a list of the companies, visit The Campaign for Safe Cosmetics.