The New Aussie Skincare Brand Solving Skin & Soil Problems
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA – Meet TUTTOFARE, the new Australian skincare brand using regenerative tallow.
It promises to be skincare like you’ve never experienced, all because of a single biomimetic ancient ingredient.
The holy grail ingredient is tallow, sourced directly from Australian farmers using regenerative farming practices.
Regenerative by name and nature
Its flagship product, TUTTOFARE Regenerative Face Balm, is a concentrated formula of consciously sourced, clean ingredients.
Regenerative Face Balm nourishes, repairs and protects the skin at a cellular level, without damaging the skin barrier. Tallow is the blueprint for modern moisturiser, except that it’s naturally biomimetic and toxin free.
Formulated for all skin types, Regenerative Face Balm is made without essential oils, fragrances, mineral oils, parabens, petrochemicals, polysorbates, silicones, thickeners and preservatives.
Grass fed and grass finished tallow has a naturally balanced composition of vitamins, micronutrients and trace minerals which mimic the skin. It also contains an abundance of stratum corneum lipids, the ceramides, cholesterol and fatty acids contained in the extracellular skin matrix.
Dating back to Roman times, tallow was traditionally used as a sustainable and regenerative moisturiser before the introduction of petrochemicals. With a molecular structure similar to skin, tallow can reach deeper at a cellular level.
The balm that does it all
The genius of Regenerative Face Balm is that it helps heal the land and the skin all in one.
TUTTOFARE sources raw ingredients from regenerative farms in South Australia and Victoria.
Regenerative farming principles include holistic management and rotational grazing. Beyond sustainable, such methods sequester carbon from the atmosphere to return nutrients back to our soil and directly assist in reversing the effects of climate change.
Put into practice, this style of regenerative farming looks like high levels of animal impact on growing grasslands for brief periods, and then leaving the land for a period of rest.
According to the Savory Institute, if just half the world’s grasslands were managed in this manner, we could bring the Earth’s atmosphere back to a pre-industrial balance.