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We at C2 California Clean have set a new standard for cosmetic safety and performance.

Utilizing years of compiled evidence-based research and safety data, and research from non-profit health organizations, we have thoughtfully selected ingredients that will not put your health at risk.

C2 California Clean is a revolutionary line of high performance, nourishing, plant-based, 100% clean skin care products that redefines family care and sets the standard for clean beauty everywhere.  Thankfully you no longer have to compromise your skin care for your health or your health for your skin care.

Ingredients matter.

Ingredients are essential to any product. However, with thousands of personal care on the market, it is difficult to know which ones are safer and healthier for you and your family.  

That why we developed our “CLEAN LIST" and “DIRTY LIST” of ingredients to help you make informed decisions when it comes to your skin care.

Protect your body. Protect your skin. 

Take a look at the ingredients on the label of the skin care products you use every day.

Our “CLEAN LIST" of ingredients deliver what your skin needs to look its best. They nourish, renew, heal and protect you from the outside it. Like superfoods, these ingredients work their magic holistically. While all of them contribute to skin health, each one has special powers that when correctly combined help you age smarter with a healthier and more natural and effective skin care regimen.


Our “DIRTY 30 LIST” ingredients are bad for skin, your health, and the environment. Many of these potentially toxic substances are in countries around the world. However, the FDA does not regulate cosmetic ingredients in the United States. This means YOU are responsible or BUYER BEWARE. Our Dirty List has our top sinners. These ingredients contribute to birth defects, cancer, hormone disruption, neurotoxicity or immunotoxicity.  Research is ongoing, so we continually review and update our list annually working with nonprofit research partners like the Environmental Working Group.

For now, we leave these ingredients behind and recommend you do too.