Natural skincare is becoming a bigger and bigger part of our lives, more companies and brands are coming out with plant based skincare that is not only more affordable, but more accessible to everyone. Although I don’t have a totally natural routine, moving towards natural products is something I’m gradually trying to do.
In my search, I’ve found a few natural skincare brands that I’ve hardly, if ever, seen people talk about, and wanted to share them with you. I haven’t personally tried any of these for myself, but they’re ones I’d definitely go to first when looking for new skincare products.
Musq is an Australian based natural brand that is also cruelty free, vegan, and gluten-free. As this is based in Australia, they try to include native Australian ingredients wherever possible. They are the only brand I’m mentioning that also carries makeup, which include color correctors, loose powder formulas, and a crème foundation.
International shipping on the site over $150AUD is free, otherwise it’s $20. I also found the brand on Anemo which gives 10% off your first order and free 2-day shipping. (Not sponsored or anything, just found it and thought it was really cool!)
However, if you want to try any of the makeup items, you have to order on the site, as Anemo does not have those.
Rohr Remedy is another Australian based brand, with their products created from Australian bush medicines. According to the website: “We follow the tradition of natural medicine developed over millennia by the world’s longest continuous living culture, that of Indigenous Australian people.” This kind of mission, going back to the roots of a culture and people really speaks to me. I love the idea of not fixing what’s broken, and going back to the basics with something as important as skincare.
They are the most affordable brand of the bunch, and include many body products as well.
This plant based, cruelty free brand is run by a family company based in LA. Ingredients are free from parabens, sulfates, artificial fragrance, and completely 100% non-toxic. What I also found interesting about this brand is that they try to formulate products with a minimum of 60% organic content or higher. I like this because it shows that I’m actually getting a product with not just traces of whatever they’re advertising, but enough of the actual ingredient.
For some reason, the site itself only shows two products, but Anemo has more.
Would be most excited to try: Jojoba and Coconut Gentle Hydrating Cleanser.
I found the three earlier brands all at once, but Puristry is the newest discovery for me. It’s also a plant based brand, but more than that, they are certified organic by government standards. And it’s cool, because each product has a star or “hero ingredient” that they use for that particular product, and it has a high concentration of it, similar to Klurskin.
The site itself offers free shipping over $50 in US, but the brand can be found on Anthropologie for international shipping as well.
What natural skincare brands are you into lately?