We have responded to the most commonly asked questions about our products here.

Do not hesitate to contact us if you need to know anything else.

Are Angelic Lily products natural?

Yes - 100%.  We only use natural botanical ingredients.

Where is Angelic Lily made?

We manufacture in Australia and are proudly Australian owned.  We deliver the highest quality botanical ingredients and manufacturing standards.

Are your products free of parabens, mineral oil, SLSs, SLEs and all chemical based ingredients?

Angelic Lily does not contain any of these harsh ingredients.

What skin types is Angelic Lily suitable for?

Our ingredients are natural, nourishing and soothing.  Women of all skin types even the most sensitive may use our products and experience real benefits from the purity of natural botanicals.

Is Angelic Lily vegan and gluten free?

Yes.  All our products meet the vegan and gluten friendly criteria.

Does Angelic Lily test products on animals?

Absolutely not.  We engage real women with a wide range of skin concerns to use our products and provide feedback on their experience.

What age-groups should use Angelic Lily?

Any ages from 18 – 60+.  See our real women, real experiences of our products to read what they had to say about using Angelic Lily.

What if I don’t like the Angelic Lily products?

We have developed a sample pack for you to experience our products over 7 days at low cost.  We are sure you will love Angelic Lily and be ready to commit to using our products once you’ve tried them.

What if my skin reacts to Angelic Lily’s products?

Given that our ingredients are completely natural this is most unlikely to happen.  If there are any known botanicals that you are allergic to please check our botanical glossary for specific ingredients.

Is Angelic Lily suitable for men to use?

Definitely.  We won’t tell if you don’t!

Do Angelic Lily products contain sunscreen?

Our ingredients consist of natural botanicals many of which help protect skin from damage but do not provide a barrier from the sun’s rays.  An SPF should be used as required separately.

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