Our mission is to do our bit to help prevent the world from becoming more artificial...even just from the bathroom cabinet or toiletry bag. COOL CARTER was developed by Jon Hamilton, his idea was to create a range that cut the BS around common issues men have about skin care and deliver quick & practical solutions to short & long term requirements with minimum effort, in a way that doesn’t impact the environment! In simple terms our products are like a nutritional diet for the skin.
SHORT TERM RESULTS: People do judge a book by its cover. It’s a vain world out there and that isn’t changing anytime soon. So, rather than pretend we don’t really care what others think about us, we’re going to motivate you… in the healthiest & natural way possible. Look your very best without artificial measures! How? With 100% hydrating plant ingredients. No gimmicks. There are enough products out there that smell nice and keep you clean with lots of made up ‘clinical’ words. We are not going to waste anyone’s time with another… ordinary range!
LONG TERM RESULTS: Maintaining a healthy mind, body & soul without environmentally damaging ingredients is the best part of our products. A lot of health issues can be linked with an unhealthy lifestyle and the body breaking down - unable to cope with the bombardment of free radical damage. What's free radical damage? And why should I care?
Your body is constantly under attack by free radical damage. When free radical damage occurs it causes oxidative stress, which means damage to your cells; free radical damage on skin cells will cause collagen & fiber loss, weaker tissue, decrease of elasticity, auto-immune issues & pigmentation. It’s caused from things like UVA rays from the sun, smoking, pollutants, petro-chemicals and inflammation from exercise. Using our nourishing products regularly provides long term protection against free radical damage, allowing your skin to be naturally stronger against daily free radical bombardment.. Produced in the UK by molecular scientists & dermatologists, our research is supported by Birmingham University & institute of translational medicine.