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FAQs - General Questions

Anything you want to know about Be Fraîche products & ingredients is here.

Do Be Fraîche products contain any parabens, SLS, etc?

No, and they never will. Our products are completely free from parabens, sulfates (SLS, SLE), petrochemicals, PEGs, silicones, aluminium, synthetic fragrances and colourings (all the nasties, you name them). We only make our products with natural plant oils, butters, bee and vegetable waxes, essential oils, and herb & flower extracts, as they're more potent, nourishing, and good for your skin!

Are Be Fraîche products tested on animals?

No. Our products are only tested on Belles. First, on Helen, our founder, then on the volunteering belles and beaux in our friendly circles.

Are Be Fraîche products vegan?

Aside from our Bean Face Scrub in which we use a tiny bit of beeswax to hold up the scrubbing particles, the rest of our range is completely plant-based.

Is your packaging environmentally friendly?

Yes, our packaging is 100% recyclable.

Are the scents in your products natural?

Yes, all of our scents and fragrances are 100% natural. We only use pure and organic essential oils to formulate them . As Helen was trained in Europe, she closely adheres to the world’s strictest fragrance standards as set out by the International Fragrances Association (IFRA). Our essential oils have been thoroughly researched and lab-tested for toxicity prior to being used in our products.

Do you have samples that I can try?

Yes, we have starter sets at an affordable price available for purchase. The products will last for a week or two, enough to see some early results. We bet youll come back for more. Try it now .

Where are Be Fraîche products made?

Our products are proudly made in Sydney, Australia.

Who creates Be Fraîche skincare?

Our founder/formulator, Helen. You can visit our About page to learn about her journey and why she created Be Fraîche.

How should I pronounce "Fraîche"?

The pronunciation is very similar to "fresh" in English. But if you want to sound more French, try this.

How on earth did you type that "î" with the accent on top?

Good question! It's very simple.

For PC: hold the "Alt" key and type "140".

For Mac: Press “i” while holding down “option”.

Here you go: î, in Fraîche.