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Organic Beauty Products
Check out our picks -- from lipcare to lotion
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A quickly expanding line of organic skincare (for face and body), with packaging that uses Zero Waste process -- created from 100% recycled seed paper that you plant to grow sweet basil and amaranth.
We like: Egyptian Fennel with Grapefruit & Sweet Orange Lipcare, $12; sephora.com
An early "natural" brand, their recently launched Rainwater Organics body lotions is their first line to bear the USDA Organic seal.
We like: Rainwater Organics Lemongrass Spice Lotion, $6.88, amazon.com
Famous for their lip balms, they're now branching out into sunscreens and anti-aging skincare. They are free of parabens and phthalates.
We like: Naturally Ageless Intensive Repairing Serum, $25; burtsbees.com
Weleda Rose Cream
All formulas in their plant-extract-rich skin and hair items are free of synthetics, period: active ingredients, mineral oils, perfumes, and colors. Plus, they smell amazing.
We like: Wild Rose Day Cream, $28; usa.weleda.com
Their entire range of skincare products is up to 95% certified organic and packed with powerful antioxidants, phytonutrients, and hydroxy acids.
We like: Green Apple Cleansing Gel, $26; juicebeauty.com
Josie Maran Cosmetics
This natural cosmetics line has a wide variety of colors (especially the eye shadows). And all packaging is made of corn-based biodegradable plastic, recycled aluminum, or glass. The outer boxes are 30% post consumer recycled paper, and printed with soy inks.
Try: Cream Blush in Sunrise, $20; josiemarancosmetics.com
These affordable, natural products for hair and body can be found in almost every drugstore or supermarket. They also carry deodorants, and oral care items.
Try: Tea Tree Oil Roll-On Deodorant, $4.72; amazon.com