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Unfortunately, not all products that claim natural origins are as pure as hoped for upon reading listed ingredients. Moreover, maintaining natural product’s shelf life while protecting that product’s long-term usefulness is a balance that not all lines have perfected. Thankfully, Goe Oil has figured out the balance. Goe Oil is 100% natural and does not contain parabes, sulphates, PEG’s, propylene glycol, TEA, DEA, phthalates, mineral oil, silicones or synthetic fragrances. To top it all off, Goe Oil really works!
Dry, chapped skin can be an unfriendly (and often unsightly) reminder of the winter season. After shaving, dryness can turn flaky or, in worst scenarios, create cuts. For smooth, soft skin, after shaving and a warm shower, I apply Goe Oil from décolleté to toes and then put on some comfy, warm pajamas. The next morning my body, including shaven legs, is silky smooth.
Goe Oil replaces the natural oils that we tend to lose due to age and environmental stress with a combination of 28 plant fruit and flower oils and butters. Below, for a quick fact check, take a look at Goe Oil’s ingredients as listed on the product and then go pick up some bottled softness! Be sure to tell Poreless of your transformation :)


Jao Brand and Pendelton together again!

Jao Brand and Pendelton together again. Thanks to Shelley's fabulous taste Jao is honored to be in the Pendelton Store in Portland Oregon. Its so great to be a part of a classic Made In America company, still family owned. And we couldn't be happier with how great they all look together. I'm looking forward to stories of blankets, and coats lightly scented with Outscent, and Goe Oil drenched skin under the Pendelton topped sheets...and I'm in love with that Pendelton coat in the corner. I wonder if that's the one Shelley was wearing when she got photographed by Bill Cunningham and wound up in THE PLACE TO BE, sunday NYTimes, coats and snowflakes...xxo g

Tim Vasey does a good deed!

WOW did our main man Tim Vasey do a good deed. Volunteering to rebuild housing in Haiti for a week and he took Jao along. Pretty cool! We're so proud of him.