I’ve covered a good deal in my Mommy Scientist series, from facial cleansers and moisturizers to makeup products and carrier oils. I’ve had a great time sharing it with all of you and hearing your awesome feedback. But what I’ve shared is just my experience with different cleaner products, there are so many more out there that are on my list to try. So this bonus edition is to share with you my lists that I’ve compiled since I’ve started researching cleaner beauty products. Some of these products are organic, and most, if not all, are free of parabens, phthalates, sulfates, and many other icky ingredients. I’ve even included links to all the products…it’s your lucky day!
Facial Cleansers and Soaps:
- Whole Foods Triple Milled Organic Soap
- Dr. Bronners Unscented Baby-Mild Castile Bar Soap
- REN Evercalm Gentle Cleansing Gel
- Evan Healy Blue Lavender Cleansing Milk
- Nourish Organic Moisturizing Face Cleanser
Facial Moisturizers and Serums:
- John Masters Vitamin C Anti-Aging Serum
- Jurlique Purely Age-defying Serum
- Evan Healy Rosehip Seed Oil
- Dr. Andrew Weil for Origins Mega-Mushroom Skin Relief Advanced Face Serum
- Andalou Naturals Resveratrol Q10 Night Repair Cream
- Juice Beauty Organic Treatment Oil
- REN Hydra-Calm Global Protection Day Cream
- Evan Healy Rose Geranium Facial Tonic Hydrosol
- Lavera Tinted Moisturizing Cream
- RMS Beauty “un” Cover-Up
- Jane Iredale Dream Tint Moisturizer
- Laura Mercier Mineral Powder
- Bareminerals SPF 15 Foundation
- Alima Pure Satin Match Foundation (they do samples of their products!)
- Physicians Formula Organic Wear All-In-One Beauty Balm Cream
- Couleur Caramel Mascara
- Dr. Hauschka Volume Mascara
- Alima Pure Satin Matte Eyeshadow
- Josie Maran Argan Black Oil Mascara
- RMS beauty lip2cheek
- Couleur Caramel Lipstick
- Burts Bees Beeswax Lip Balms
- Dr. Bronners Organic Naked Lip Balm
- Juice Organic Lip Moisturizer
- Jane Iredale Eye Pencil
As you can see, there are many natural and organic skincare and beauty options available. Many companies and brands are taking notice that we want less chemicals in our products, so hopefully our options will just continue to grow.
I hope that my Mommy Scientist series has given you a lot of food for thought and showed you that changing to cleaner and more natural beauty products doesn’t have to be overwhelming. Now that you know what ingredients to look out for, you are much more prepared next time you run out of a product or are staring at the endless number of products in the makeup aisle. And don’t forget to check your kitchen pantry for easy DIY products!
Tell me, what clean and natural skincare and beauty products are you loving?
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