Clean beauty is popping up all over the place these days. Tons of indie brands are creating a name for themselves in what seems to be the latest category of beauty and skin care. At first, we weren’t sure what all the hype was about – we’ve been using brands without the clean label for years without adverse effects. However, once we learned that our skin absorbs 60% of what we use, leaving us potentially vulnerable to toxins from common makeup and skin care products, we decided to try a few things out. And, we were pleasantly surprised.
Like all skin care, it’s a lot of trial and error to find what works for you and your skin care needs, but here are a few of our favorites, plus a some we want to try thanks to glowing reviews on Amazon.
With over 3,500 reviews and pictures to boot, this cream seriously looks like a miracle worker. Check out the before and afters – we’re adding this to our routine ASAP. LilyAna Naturals Rosehip and Hibiscus Eye Cream Moisturizer
Tata is a real person. And she started this line because she couldn’t find anything like it on the market. Tata Harper Volumizing Lip & Cheek Tint
Our new go-to face cleanser for on-the-go. These things are great for sensitive skin, and while we personally don’t think they fully replace a cleanser, they are the perfect start to our night time routine. Ursa Major Essential Face Wipes
Don’t be fooled, rose water sprays aren’t just for your face. I keep a bottle of this rosewater in the shower to spray on after moisturizing, but we’d be remiss if we didn’t mention that it’s also great as a pick me up in the afternoon – Heritage Store Rosewater and Glycerin
If you haven’t heard of Herbivore Botanicals…now you have. Everything they create is all natural with a focus on plant-based, organic, and food grade ingredients. So good you could eat it? Yea, but you’ll probably be happier slathering it on your face – this one helps to clarify your complexion – Herbivore Botanicals Lapis Oil
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