Started as a hobby now we're here!
What began as a modest passion project in hopes of spreading natural body care awareness to friends and family, has developed into the small business known as Come Clean. Come Clean's body care product line is composed of vegan, all natural, non toxic products for those conscious of what they are applying to their body's largest organ, their skin.
Our products are created without the use of synthetic perfumes, dyes, parabens or dangerous metals and packaged with a strict consciousness for the environment.
Come Clean is committed to using sustainable and responsibly available ingredients that people recognize. We aim to take responsibility for, and consciously reduce, the amount of waste created during the production and use of our products. We do this by actively sourcing as much recyclable and reusable glass, aluminum and tin packaging as possible.
We work hard to source from Canadian wholesale vendors as well as Canadian packaging distributors, with our largest wholesale provider being close by in London, Ontario.
Every product is hand made with passion and care here in Sarnia, Ontario, Canada 🇨🇦 by (two pretty dope chicks) founder Stacey Gray and her partner and co owner Tara Kindel.
How did we get here?
Stacey (founder & co-owner) dedicated her post secondary education to a degree in environmental biology, she became more conscious of the everyday toxic chemicals entering our wastewater systems and being absorbed by our bodies. These concerns soon led to a dedicated all natural and hand made personal body care routine. Time and confidence in her craft led Stacey to begin creating and selling products to friends and family. When a greater demand developed it was clear that the products needed a brand. Insert Tara (co-owner). With her degree in marketing as well as her passion for graphic design (and puns), Tara created the brand now known as Come Clean.
We are living in an era where information on environmental sustainability and the toxic effects of synthetic chemicals is undeniable. It's time to "Come Clean" about our personal body care choices.