Three Organic And Natural Skin Care Brands To Try

Organic and natural beauty brands are popping up faster than you can say “paraben free” lately. Consumers want more products that are free of nastiness and synthetic chemicals. And companies are obliging, in droves. Lindsey Wixson’s recent “makeup allergy” after a show in Paris is a good reminder that the things we put on and in our bodies have active ingredients that can mess with our biology. Most people want products that work and are pleasant to use. But if using natural or organic versions is also important to you, you’re in luck. There are so many brands filling this niche now, from homegrown to luxurious. Click through for three brands that have committed to sustainable, natural beauty products that are fun, too.
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Organic and natural beauty brands are popping up faster than you can say “paraben free” lately. Consumers want more products that are free of nastiness and synthetic chemicals. And companies are obliging, in droves. Lindsey Wixson’s recent “makeup allergy” after a show in Paris is a good reminder that the things we put on and in our bodies have active ingredients that can mess with our biology. Most people want products that work and are pleasant to use. But if using natural or organic versions is also important to you, you’re in luck. There are so many brands filling this niche now, from homegrown to luxurious. Click through for three brands that have committed to sustainable, natural beauty products that are fun, too.
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Organic and natural beauty brands are popping up faster than you can say “paraben free” lately. Consumers want more products that are free of nastiness and synthetic chemicals. And companies are obliging, in droves.

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Beecology: Yup, honey shows up in all the products.

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Éminence Organic Skin Care: This is a spa line that has a dizzying array of products.

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LEAP Organics: LEAP is the newest company in this list, having launched their line of bar soaps in summer 2010. They’ve now added skin care--a cleanser, exfoliating face wash, toner, and face lotion--to their arsenal and scored full USDA organic certification. Like Beecology, they have a charitable arm. 3% of annual revenues goes to global environmental charities. The packaging is whimsical and features colorful artwork depicting exotic animals like parrots and butterflies.

Full disclosure: I haven’t been able to get my hands on samples to try, but initial reviews seem promising.