As the organic market expands, more Americans are looking for products with fewer chemicals.
A homegrown store is trying to spread the word with a booth at the Tulsa State Fair.
Theraganics makes organic and all natural skin care products, like soaps, shampoos and lotions.
Makers say, it's not only better for your skin, it's better for our planet too.
Jennifer Roudabush is the owner of Theraganics. She says, "It's getting back to basics, but with more education behind it. All of our products, we research highly. We use essential oils and clays the way they're meant to be used, back to elements and helping people with certain disorders and skin types. My son has eczema and is very, very sensitive to bath and body products."
The Theraganics booth is located on the upper level of the QuikTrip Center at the Fair.
The actual store is located in the Farm Shopping Center.
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