Jacq’s Organics is a plant-based all natural bath, body, and skin care brand created for growing families founded and created by Jacques Barbara. It is run in conjunction with her husband, James. They source raw, unrefined, and local ingredients to make their artisanal products in small batches. As a result, their products contain pure, rich, and healing nutrients and vitamins free of synthetics fillers, harsh preservatives, or toxic additives.
Excited about the birth of her new baby, she wanted to learn everything she could about caring for her bundle of joy and her growing tumor. Driven by knowledge, she learned about many environmental toxins used in beauty and personal care products. She saw a need for products that were all natural, organic, family-friendly, environmentally safe, and moisturizing.
When her husband saw her passion and drive to create bath products that didn’t contain harsh and toxic ingredients, he encouraged her to start Jacq’s Organics, which was born the same year her daughter was born.
Biggest Takeaways You Don’t Want to Miss:
- Almonds, soy, and chickpea were actually full of estrogen.
- Products that you may love and put on your skin could make you sick.
- Make sure you take time out for yourself, imperfections and all.
- People of color want to support each other
Check Out These Highlights:
- How Barbara’s food choices were actually feeding her fibroids and tumors (1:20)
- Barbara’s love for her hair led her to seek an overall natural lifestyle (7:30)
- The power of touch (12:45)
- How you can use Jacq’s organics in your self-care routine (18:30)
- List of 30 harmful ingredients (Dirty 30) that you will not find in any of Jacq’s Organic products (26:43)
- What made Barbara put her picture on her website (29:08)
- “I wanted to own my crown; I fell in love with my hair.”
- “Self-love to me is all about loving on myself.”
- “You can’t give if you’re not whole.”
- “Whatever you are using for your skin, is you filling your cup to be ready for the day.”
- “It’s not that we don’t age; we age differently.”