If you use beauty products, you have probably heard of the move toward non-toxic products. Producers of makeup, nail polish, and hair and skincare products have all started modifying their products to be more marketable to a health-conscious consumer base. So these items are great to include within a more natural beauty beauty routine. If you haven’t yet jumped on the “cruelty-free, gluten-free, vegan-friendly” bandwagon, here are a few reasons why replacing your regular go-to’s with non-toxic beauty products is advisable.
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Everything Can Be Non-Toxic
If you’re worried about ﬁnding the right shade of foundation or the best shampoo that doesn’t involve animal cruelty or parabens, don’t be. From lip gloss to eyeshadow and nail polish, beauty products come in all sorts of clean, chemical-free options.
Beautycounter Sheer Lipstick
The lipsticks oﬀered by Beautycounter are not only gorgeously tints that give a subtle hue to lips, but they also contain non-toxic ingredients. You can choose from multiple shades that safely moisturize and color your lips.
Juice Beauty Phyto-Pigments Ultra-Natural Mascara
Also, your mascara doesn’t have to contain toxic materials just to get the volume you want in your lashes. This mascara from Juice Beauty has a clump-free formula; it’s one of the top non-toxic beauty products for high volume eyelashes. For best application, apply one coat and then wait a few seconds before building volume with a second or third coat.
Kjaer Weis Eye Shadow Compac
Much like the mascara, products that go around your eyes need to be healthy. So, non-toxic beauty products are a great option. Putting harsh chemicals near vulnerable parts of your body really just isn’t worth any long-term eﬀects. The all-natural formula for Kjaer Weis eyeshadow is ultra-versatile; it’s usable as shadow or liner and is as pigmented as it’s chemical-ﬁlled counterparts.
RMS Beauty Buriti Bronzer
This bronzer stays away from the from the look of other bronzers available, and it is made from Buriti oil. Buriti oil is a great source of vitamin A and beta-carotene, so it is both healthy and non-toxic. It will leave you with a beautiful sun-kissed glow, much like the natives of Brazil from which the ingredients come from.
Nailberry L’Oxygéné Nail Polish
Lastly, the L’Oxygéné nail polish from Nailberry boasts the most non-toxic formula of all the beauty products on our list. Vegan-friendly and cruelty-free, this nail polish is also certiﬁed Halal and breathable. Plus, Nailberry delivers a manicure that is free of toxins but does not compromise the quality in any way. Also, rest easy knowing that all the gorgeous shades from Nailberry feature the same non-toxic formula.
All about Non-Toxic Beauty Products
With all of these quality non-toxic beauty products to choose from, what’s stopping you from going green and ditching the chemicals?
Have you used any of these all-natural items? Do you know of any other top non-toxic beauty products?
18 thoughts on “5 Non-Toxic Beauty Products That Should Be On Your Radar”
Bring on the eco-friendly products!
I love to use natural cosmetics and these all product seem good to try out. I will definitely give them a try. Thanks a lot for sharing.
Natural products for the skin are great and so glad you’ll check them out, Lisa!
Hi Christy B,
here should be far more advertising around chemical-free, cruelty-free products. People have to be aware of their options in order to make informed choices so well done for helping to point the way.
Don’t forget coconut oil – a great face care staple. Take your makeup off with it in a seemless swipe with lots of great skin benefits. :) xx
Yes you mentioned that to me before and I love it for that, Debby!
I use products from The Body Shop. They are fab.
They’re high quality! Good choice :)
This is great – there should be far more advertising around chemical-free, cruelty-free products. People have to be aware of their options in order to make informed choices so well done for helping to point the way.
Yes, it’s surprising how many people still aren’t aware of the more natural alternatives in the beauty sections. I hope the options available continue to increase!