These beauty brands not only make products which are good for our skin, but also for our planet (and if you’re a purveyor of the two, you’ll want to read on). And while natural and organic skincare may fall under the same category, the two definitely have their differences. The former contains ingredients that are mostly sourced from nature rather than created synthetically. However, they sometimes use synthetic versions of natural ingredients such as vitamin E. Do note though that these products are not made with petrochemicals, parabens, sodium lauryl and other harmful ingredients.
Organic skincare, on the other hand, only uses organically-farmed ingredients (prepared and grown without pesticides, chemical fertilisers, growth hormones and/or antibiotics) to create their products, and do not use any synthetic ingredients at all. Now with the basics locked down, here are the organic beauty brands to put on your radar.
This Week In Beauty: Cop That French Riviera Holiday Glow With Dior Beauty, Clarins Goes On A Mission To Restore Mangroves In Thailand & More