Frequently Asked Questions about Cremo
Is Cremo a US Company?
Cremo is based in the U.S., with its headquarters in Laguna Beach, California.
Who owns Cremo? What is the history of Cremo?
Cremo is also owned by Edgewell Brands, the parent company behind brands like Schick, but we think you’ll find the Cremo difference is apparent in terms of both scents, quality and versatility in its offerings.
Cremo was founded in 2005 by Mike Boone and Kyle Schroeder with just one product – shaving cream – but has built a devout following from there, expanding its line to cover everything from skincare to beard care and even travel accessories for the well-groomed, modern man.
Are Cremo products all natural?
Helpfully for guys who pay attention to what goes into their grooming routine, Cremo products are all-natural. It’s that quality that shines through in every single Cremo offering.
Does Cremo have sulfates?
Cremo products are sulfate-free, which greatly helps reduce skin irritation and redness. That all-natural approach makes a big difference, whether you use Cremo body, hair or face products.
Does Cremo dry out skin?
Since Cremo is made the all-natural way, without chemicals that would dry out your skin, Cremo doesn’t dry out your skin. Rather, it should hydrate deeply, especially its beard oil and face wash.
Does Cremo have parabens?
Cremo products are free of parabens, further driving home the company’s commitment to quality and a precise grooming experience. That all-natural approach lends itself to softer, more supple skin and an enjoyable routine from A to Z.
Where can I buy Cremo products?
Cremo products are available plenty of different places, from Cremo’s own Web site to retailers like Amazon, Wal-Mart and Target. To get the best, most reliable shipping and even discounts on shipping, plus access to a wide array of Cremo signature scents and items, we recommend buying through the brand itself.