I’m sorry but I’ve never heard of shave oil?
No worries, it was not but a few short years ago that we learned about it ourselves. Basically, it is a shaving cream alternative. It is a burgeoning trend being adopted by conscious consumers who care about the products they put on their skin, who are looking for a superior shave, and who aren’t afraid to be a little bit different from the herd.
What is wrong with shaving creams and gels?
Oh my, where to start? Other than the fact that they are bulky and hard to use, I would educate yourself a bit on the common chemicals found in today’s shaving creams and gels.
Is TICO* Safe for Sensitive Skin?
No, it’s not. It’s great for sensitive skin, are you kidding? It’s like the dream solution for people with sensitive skin with its moisturizing and nurturing attributes. It is worth mentioning that TICO* does contain peppermint essential oil, in case you don’t prefer peppermint.
Can I travel with TICO*?
Yes, you can. Because it is under 3.4 ounces, you won’t have any problem traveling or carrying on your bottle of TICO*. Our shatter proof bottle is just the icing on the cake.
Where is TICO* manufactured?
Our essential oils are sourced from organic farmers around the world and they are brought together to create our unique formula in a lab we have partnered with in Oregon. For more information on our position on stewardship, check this out.
Can I reuse/recycle the bottle?
Absolutely. Our bottles are not only 100% recyclable, they are a lot of fun to re-use. When you are done with it, simply unscrew the top, wash it out and fill it with whatever you want. We have used it for other travel liquids like shampoo and conditioner since it makes such a great travel companion. It’s great for dish soap on camping trips too!
What is the difference between hemp and marijuana?
Marijuana and hemp both come from the same species of plant, Cannabis sativa.There are different varieties of Cannabis, just as cheetahs and house cats are different breeds of Felidae. Hemp, also referred to as industrial hemp, are low-THC varieties of Cannabis that are grown for hemp seed foods, hemp oil, wax, resin, rope, cloth, pulp, and fuel. Hemp is grown legally in just about every industrialized country except the United States (although these laws are in the process of being reformed on a state by state basis).