Skincare made by real hands, for all skin types, with mama earth and all her children in mind.

This Stuff Goes BAD
We’re the good kind of bad. The strong kind of bad. The take no sh*t kind of bad. Because all of us have enough sh*t to deal with, and we don’t need any more of it in our skincare. At TSGB, we believe that everything that goes on your body should be just as healthy and nutritious as what goes in it. This stuff does go bad after six to twelve months because it is made with natural and perishable ingredients, right here in Los Angeles. There are no preservatives, no chemicals, no plastics. But if you use your lotion when it is fresh and most powerful, your skin will thank you. I know mine has!


On a mission to find the most environmentally conscious, safe, and effective skincare products, Bonnie Schiffman ultimately decided to take matters into her own hands - thus, This Stuff Goes Bad was born. Equipped with a B.S. in Environmental Engineering from Cornell University, she initially worked in sustainable building in efforts to reduce the negative environmental effects of new construction. After a few years of both working by day, and teaching yoga and dance classes at night, she decided to change course and move to Los Angeles to pursue a career in dance.

In Los Angeles for four years, Bonnie has lived an artist's life of dancing and teaching, while still living by all of her environmentally conscious principals. She strives to find new ways to reduce her carbon footprint day by day, and is always on the look out for new, sustainable options to everyday living. Noticing a lack in the market for a skin product that was fair trade, zero waste, made with high-quality organic ingredients, and seriously effective, she set off to create her own line of body butter. 

This Stuff Goes Bad was created with the intent to create a business that is 100% for the planet, for the people, and for healthy, gorgeous skin.