Here we are again, with a new top 5 organic cosmetics essentials to keep you sparkling this coming autumn. It is never an easy task to switch up your beauty regime, especially when it involves ‘going eco’ and ditching some of your old favourites.
But, the time has come. Eco-conscious, cruelty-free, sustainable, and kind to your skin organic cosmetics are the latest trends. More beauty brands are making efforts to provide quality products that cause no harm to the planet or animals.
In fact, the sustainable beauty movement is fast growing. People are becoming increasingly aware of the impact they have on this planet, and the importance of using ethically-made organic cosmetics.
With that in mind, we hope our top 5 organic cosmetics will help you add to your ethical beauty regimen, starting this autumn.
1. Organic Cosmetics – Daze Soap
Daze Soap is an independent beauty brand based in Devon and famous for their range of handmade soaps based only on natural ingredients.
Each Daze product is carefully crafted with the planet in mind. Founded by Sharon, Daze showcases a passion for making wholesome soaps and skincare products from honest and natural ingredients, kind to everything and everyone.
For your new organic cosmetics range, this is a must-have soap brand. Soap Daze’s top seller is the vegan ‘soap on a rope’, perfect for cold showers if you’re into Wim Hof method.
2. Organic Cosmetics – Lush Lipsticks
Lipstick remains essential when it comes to any beauty care. Sadly, studies have shown that various leading brands make lipsticks that still contain traces of harmful ingredients.
Apart from being very detrimental to your skin, when disposed of, these products damage the environment as well.
Thankfully, Lush has come up with a solution, and it starts with broccoli. Yep, you heard it right. Lush’s latest range of organic cosmetics includes a lipstick made from cold-pressed broccoli seeds.
When pressed, oil is released, known for its super hydrating powers, great for the lips as well as for the planet.
Lush ‘broccoli’ range comes in a wide range of colours such, from peach pastels to berry shades so better start your organic cosmetics shopping spree on the right lip. I meant foot 😉
3. Organic Cosmetics – Sukin
We can’t talk about organic cosmetics without Sukin. This Australian brand aims to provide only natural and sustainable skincare products. Sukin takes pride in being a 100% vegan brand, entirely devoted to cruelty-free practices.
Although the sun is excellent for the skin, too much of it can often leave your skin feeling dry and dehydrated. And if you suffer from dryness as a result of sun exposure, Sukin’s products are perfect for you.
Moreover, the company also has an extensive collection of organic cosmetics and vegan moisturisers designed to suit all skin types, from oily types to dry and to blemish-prone. Give them a go; you won’t regret it.
4. Organic Cosmetics – Magnitone Wipeout
An essential part of everybody’s beauty regimen is the simple task of taking it all off. Especially after a long day at work, it is crucial to clean your skin, let it breathe, and prevent breakouts.
But, let’s be honest. We either forget to clean it as we are very busy and when we do, we go overboard by using one to many face wipes which are super damaging to the environment and marine life.
While not an organic cosmetic, Magnitone is a brand that has the answer to all these eco problems, thanks to a particular type of cloth. The micro-fibre material was designed to remove even the toughest of oil-based makeup with just warm water.
Moreover, as the fabric is reusable and machine-washable, it is the perfect eco-friendly friend to remove any trances of organic cosmetics from your face and start fresh the very next day.
5. Organic Cosmetics – Wish Upon A Sparkle
So you’ve cleaned your face, all good and healthy and need some sparkles to roll with, especially now with the festival season looming.
Welcome to ‘Wish Upon a Sparkle’ a brand that has finally introduced a new range of environmentally friendly organic cosmetics glitter, made from cellulose.
The super innovative material used by ‘Wish Upon a Sparkle’ in its glitters is completely compostable. Finally, no more fear that little birds or marine life will choke on your plastic.
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