BodyFly body butter is a natural, hand made body butter, scented with top quality DōTERRA essential oils. No dyes, preservatives, or artificial fragrance.
All BodyFly body butters are handmade with 100% natural ingredients. Every jar is hand filled, weighed and sealed to ensure quality and consistency. They contain no toxins, preservatives, water, dyes or artificial fragrance. Each scent is created using top quality certified pure therapeutic grade essential oils. Each ingredient has been carefully selected to improve the quality and texture of your skin.
Catalyst’s Crofton Division is a combined paper and pulp operation. Its deep-sea port facility provides an additional gateway to major markets in western North America, western Europe, Asia and Latin America.
Catalyst’s Crofton Division is located in a vibrant area on the Southeast Coast of Vancouver Island in the Cowichan Valley, near Duncan. With 578 employees, this division plays an important role in the cultural, social and economic health of this community. Crofton began operation in 1957 as a single-line kraft pulp mill. Today, two paper machines and two pulp lines have a capacity of 704,000 tonnes of product each year.
Located next to O.R.K.A. and serving a variety of ice cream flavours
Whether it is adherence to strict Government legislation or voluntarily participating in a rigorous Sustainable Forest Management Certifications (CSA Z809 SFM), The Teal Jones Group is committed to sustainable management of the resources under their stewardship in a scientifically credible and responsible manner. Teal recognizes that only by maintaining a balance of environmental, social, cultural and economic values can we consistently achieve our long term objectives and commitments, including the competitive and efficient production of high quality forest products. As part of The Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification Chain of Custody of Forest Based Products Teal maintains a Risk Assessment for all wood based materials for avoidance of raw material from controversial sources. The following information is provided by external governmental or non-governmental organisations active in monitoring forest governance and law enforcement and corruption to assure customers the risk of illegal logging is found to be negligible in all regions of Canada.