Locally made skin care products are on the up-and-up. First, there's Kari Gran's line of little-black-dress–inspired oils, and new to the scene: Don't Call Me Ma'am.

The Redmond-based beauty brand launched late last year with an 11-product collection aimed at celebrating the skin you're in with botanically sourced ingredients, eco-friendly packaging, and a streamlined selection with clear instructions on use and efficacy.

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The idea is that you could throw away every product on your counter and start fresh with the DCMM line—but you can also pick and choose a serum or wash to fall in with your current regime. Our favorite is the In Balance toner, a calming spray that reduces inflammation and works as a great morning wakeup.

The bigger idea is that women are strong, sexy, and beautiful at any age. The brand's manifesto sends the message that all women deserve high-quality skin care to be healthy, but not because they are in need of an often-promised age reversal.

Products are available for individual sale, or go a different route by purchasing a skin care subscription to be shipped every three months. Don't Call Me Ma'am is not currently in stores, so while it's a leap of faith to buy before you try, you can return any item with no questions asked.