THE 5 NATURAL BEAUTY BRANDS YOU NEED TO KNOW

As wellness continues to be at the forefront, natural beauty products and brands are appearing left, right and centre. As the skin is the body’s biggest organ and absorbs a little of anything that it comes in contact with, choosing natural beauty brands is an important consideration.

Here’s our five favourite natural beauty brands from nail polishes to skin care.

Kure Bazaar

This French luxury nail care brand is loved by models across the world for their vibrant colours and 85% natural formulas. They use a multitude of environmentally friendly ingredients including wood pulp, wheat, cotton, potatoes and corn which help keep your nails healthy and strong.

Liz Earle

This well-loved brand is a classic for a good reason. Founded in 1995, they aim to create products that really work on all skin types by using the potent powers of natural ingredients. Their Superskin moisturiser is beautifully rich and is suitable for even the most sensitive of skin thanks to its natural base.

Pai

Pai use only sustainable plant ingredients and choose recyclable and biodegradable packaging and were one of the first companies to clearly list their ingredients so customers know exactly what they are putting on their skin. We love their Rosehip BioRegenerate Oil which is rich in Omegas to help regenerate skin.

Odacite

Odacite are known for their collection of serums, oils and concentrates which use powerful natural ingredients. Created after founder Valerie Grandury was diagnosed with breast cancer and decided to remove all toxins from her life, Odacite’s endeavour is to produce the most effective skincare products without any harmful ingredients.

Ilia

Ilia’s ethical-sustainable approach ensures all their products are filled with certified bio-active botanicals that really nourish and rejuvenate the skin without harmful ingredients. Their beautifully designed packaging is also made from recycled aluminium. Their strong pigments in their Tinted Lip Conditioners make these a must-buy!

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