We believe that the medicines and supplements you use and the products you put on your body are just as important as the foods you eat. The products on our shelves are made from renewable resources found in nature, and all products are deemed safe by the EWG. Synthetic ingredients are only used when safe and when there is no readily available natural alternative ingredient. Our supplement brands are reviewed for quality, purity, and effectiveness, and all proprietary blends are vetted by our KWF purchasing team. Our goal is to provide as many non-gmo, organic, whole-food choices as possible.
None of our health and beauty products are tested on animals, because we don’t think that animals should suffer to bring us a better eye cream. We encourage our suppliers to get the international “leaping bunny” certification from Cruelty Free International.
Direct your questions to our knowledgeable apothecary team, or reference our Aisle 7 Database for a comprehensive health and wellness guide.
- Bulk dried herbs
- Herbal Remedies
- Homeopathic Remedies
- Flower remedies for emotional health
- Vitamins, Minerals, Probiotics, and Omegas for men, women, and children
- Protein, meal replacement, and green powders
- Sports recovery products
- Natural remedies for seasonal wellness, first aid, gut health, and more
- Kimberton Whole Foods brand herbal extracts, formulas, and essential oils
- Cruelty free, natural and organic skincare
- Hair care for men and women
- Natural, non-toxic, and locally-made beauty products including perfume, makeup, hair color, and more
We aim to offer products that are free from:
- Parabens (synthetic preservatives that are potential endocrine disruptors)
- Petrolatum/Mineral Oil/Paraffin (by-products of crude oil with potentially dangerous impurities)
- Chemical sunscreens – avobenzone/oxybenzone (potentially hormone disrupting)
- Glycols (petroleum derived synthetic chemical that can draw other chemicals into the bloodstream)
- Phthalates (synthetic fragrance compounds that are potential toxins)
- Ethoxylated ingredients (made with petrochemical ethylene oxide that results in a trace contaminant which is classified as a possible carcinogen)
- Ethanolamines (can interact with other ingredients to form nitrosamines, a known carcinogen)
- Synthetic Polymers (may contain residual PAHs, an organic pollutant)
- Formaldehyde Donors (preservatives that work by releasing formaldehyde)
- Synthetic Fragrances (fragrances that use petroleum-based solvents for extraction as well as purely synthetic additives)
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