• The Collagen Myth

    Why Eating, Drinking, and Applying It To Your Skin Doesn’t Work Note: we first published this post in 2018, and it is even more relevant now than it was then. Walk into any natural foods store and, often, the first thing you'll see is a wall of collagen products. Before you spend your money on t...
  • You Spoke, We Listened

    Introducing our new Loyalty Program, where you'll earn points for purchases, referrals, reviews, your Pangea anniversary, and your birthday. 
  • One Minute to Happiness

    We can reframe our circumstances in a way that empowers us to enjoy our lives completely -- and that changes our sense of agency over all the external, worldly circumstances. It’s really simple: let yourself be happy. 
  • 5 Fall Skin Hacks Your Skin Wants

    As you watch the leaves, temperature, and your wardrobe change, you might notice one other important change: your skin! If your skin starts to feel different than it has been feeling for the last couple months, you’re not alone. The transition into fall and soon after, into winter, means your ski...
  • The (Nearly) Super-Powered Skincare Ingredient that Everyone’s Talking About

    What can Matcha do for your skin? As it turns out, Matcha, a nutrient-dense green tea, is one of the most amazing superfoods for both your skin and overall health. With an abundance of antioxidants, nutrients, and other health benefits, Matcha’s invigorating yet soothing qualities can help revers...
  • He Started this Diet, and What Happened Next will Amaze You

    Did you know that eating a highly alkaline diet and cutting out most acidic foods might help inflammation in the body? Our founder, Joshua Scott Onysko, healed over 15 years of chronic knee pain by carefully following a Vegan-Keto diet.  You’re probably already familiar with a vegan diet, which e...
  • 5 Skin Tips that will Change Your Summer

    Sunshine is amazing. The feeling of basking in the warm sunshine brings back fond memories of past summers with good friends, good food, and lots of time in the great outdoors. The benefits of Vitamin D from the sun are so good for you, too.  After too long in the sun, your skin can experience so...
  • Body Oil vs. Body Lotion: Which is Best for Your Skin?

    Body Oil vs Body Lotion? Let’s be honest: we all secretly Googled the question the moment we heard there’s a potion challenging our classic Body Lotion. We must know - which is better? And why? I get it: you care a lot about your skin, you read labels to review ingredients in your skincare produc...
  • The Truth Behind “Plant Stem Cells” and the So-Called Benefits in Skincare Products

    In case you haven’t already noticed, fascination over stem cell therapy and stem cell-related products and procedures have caused a swirl of excitement and commotion in the skincare and wellness worlds. In an attempt to create anti-aging products that deliver some intense results, skincare compan...
  • 5 Acne-Causing Foods You’re Eating by Mistake

    While everyone’s skin is different, there are five foods that are the most common triggers for skin conditions like acne and redness: - Dairy - Wheat - Sugar - Corn - Soy Time and time again, these foods have proven to be hard, or even impossible, for the body to process and digest. Your body, ...
  • What’s Your Type?

    Shopping for a Skincare Ritual you love can be overwhelming. It’s no small feat to find a highly effective line of products that: - address the special requirements of your Skin Type - help remedy your specific Skin Concerns - do not contain harmful ingredients - provide short- and long-term ant...
  • Must-Haves for Spring Skin

    By now we hope you’ve discovered the perfect Pangea Ritual for your Skin Type. If not, no worries. We’ve got a guide to help you select the correct products for achieving a radiant, glowing complexion, no matter your unique needs. We even have a product expert you can contact through this site if...
  • Sore Muscle Salve

    Does Spring inspire the desire to move your body?  We know the feeling. Longer days and warmer weather mean more after-work hikes, weekend bike rides, and outdoor yoga sessions. Also, the urgency to get in a few last-minute runs before ski season ends is practically sonnet-inspiring around here. ...
  • Want Amazing Skin? - Use A Toner.

    Want to know a shortcut to amazing skin? Here’s a hint: you have probably seen it and thought, “I don’t need that.” I, too, was once a skeptic when it came to Facial Toner. Just the thought of it brought back memories of seventh grade, my bottle of Sea Breeze Astringent, and its empty promises to...
  • The Pangea Winter Skincare Ritual

    Trees are such great teachers. You know how in autumn their leaves turn brown and drop to the ground so that they can reserve their internal resources for spring growth? Well, guess what? Your skin does something quite similar! Over the summer we hike, swim, bike, and otherwise enjoy the longer d...
  • We have arrived.

    It’s that time of the year again where we feel compelled to make resolutions, ones that come with the promise of creating a new life, the life we truly want. When we think of that perfection and what we need to accomplish to get there, what do we see? What we see more often than [...]
  • My 20 Year Commitment

    This Monday 20 years ago I made a commitment to myself. I was on a journey and taking inventory of my life and how my actions affected my state of being as well as the world around me. I wanted to make better decisions that I believed would make a more positive impact on myself [...]
  • True Expression

    All humans want to be honest. All humans want peace. All humans want to do what is right. So, what causes the disconnect between our authentic desires and our reality? Fear.Fear is an omnipresent fork in the road. You see it when you look back at your life and recognize when you went against your...
  • True Happiness

    We’re all searching for our true passion in life. To me, the key to finding our purpose is to first find true happiness within ourselves. When I think of true happiness I think of the kind of happiness that is not attached to another person or thing. True happiness cannot be found by obtaining so...
  • What To Do About Nothing

    Hindus and Buddhists have a word to describe volitional formations, mental dispositions formed by an inner will that affects action patterns, that word is samskāra. As with most words of an ancient language or philosophy, the sentiment of samskāra has remained steady in contemporary times but the...
  • How Do We Measure the Significance of Each Experience In Our Lives?

    Recently I’ve noticed my mind creating a system to weigh each experience that I have. When I observe the process, I notice that it begins with taking the immediate outcome versus the long term advantage into account. I’ve noticed that the long term advantage tends to supersede any previously held...
  • Gratitude Will Set You Free

    Most parents teach their kids to say “Thank you” when somebody does something for them or gives them something, but a true sense of gratitude is a bit more complicated to understand. Gratefulness is a state of being that is born from the understanding that in every situation, there is space to be...
  • You Thought Taxes Were Ripping You Off…

    People in almost every country I’ve traveled to spend so much time complaining about taxes and how much of their money their government is taking. What you very rarely hear people talking about is how much of our lives, money, experiences, and dreams are stolen by the charlatan in our minds.This ...
  • What May Come

    The revolution that we seek starts with our dedication to strive and to make better decisions in every moment; not only for ourselves but for the world around us. In the hearts of all humans you will find a desire to find relevance. When we talk of relevance we generally think big. What mark can ...
  • If You Live Your Truth, You Won’t Waste Time Disproving Others

    In traveling this life we learn many skills, some of which do not serve us. One of the skills we pick-up is “labeling.” It is not always a negative practice, but more often than not it is.We identify ourselves and others with many things and drop each other into categories. For example, many of m...