5 Sustainable Skincare Products to Start Using Now
We’ve all heard the phrase Sustainability Is Sexy, and quite frankly, we have to agree! Nothing is more appealing to us than brands that value their customers, animals and the planet, from the formulas down to the packaging.
To get technical for a moment, sustainable skincare products use natural ingredients produced from raw, renewable materials. Good for you, good for the environment!
To begin on a sustainability journey of your own, keep scrolling for five of our favorite sustainable skincare products!
The next best thing to an effective product with good-for-you ingredients, is sleek packaging with the same! This Prickly Pear Seed Oil reduces the depth of wrinkles and lines, and circles and sagging under the eyes. Known for restructuring, healing and repairing skin texture, it also features a beautiful gold bottle that will stand out on your beauty counter.
Packaging with a pop! This product not only serves as sustainable eye candy, but it also works extremely hard to retain moisture and reduce the appearance of fine lines. Formulated with a unique blend of Amazonia’s most nutrient-dense superfoods, Sacha Inchi, Cacay oil, Green Coffee Oil, Acai and Ucuuba butter, you end up with a creamy dream for your skin.
Get your glow on! This powerhouse blend of Vitamin C and Passion Fruit Seed Oil, combined with Copaiba Balsam, creates a high-performing, refreshing daily face serum with anti-inflammatory, anti-aging, illuminating properties.
When it comes to best sustainable skincare products, you have to throw a dependable face mask into the mix. This mask in particular features gentle clay, fig seeds and colloidal oats to produce a two-in-one effect. It serves as an exfoliating scrub and hydrating, smooth refinement for the face.
You can’t do a proper double cleanse without an oil or balm, so here’s our pick to get you started! This luxurious formula nourishes, hydrates and gently exfoliates the skin without stripping, thanks to a blend of Hinoki essential oil, rice bran powder and kelp powder.