When I first fell in love with green beauty, there were only a few brands to choose from. But now, green beauty is popping up everywhere, bringing new skin, hair, and body products into the market.
To keep it all organized, I've started keeping a list of new releases and products I'd like to try. So today I'm sharing five of the skincare products on my list.
Copaiba & Zinc Perfect Balance Blemish Serum // Pai Skincare
I've heard great things about Pai, from natural beauty bloggers and even conventional bloggers like Estee Lalonde.
I've held off, because it's pretty expensive, but I think this serum looks too good to pass off. It looks perfect for my sensitive and problematic skin. The copaiba works to improve acne, zinc reduces any skin congestion, and the hyaluronic acid provides lasting hydration.
Rose Hibiscus Hydrating Face Mist // Herbivore Botanicals
I love toners, I love roses, and I love Herbivore Botanicals. Not going to lie, what drew me to them was their beautiful, minimal packaging, but after trying a few of their clay face masks, I'm in love.
They just released their first toner, and it just so happens to be rose scented, so I think I need it in my life. This has coconut water for hydration, rose for reducing redness, and aloe vera for it's calming properties.
Radical Resurfacing Treatment // Acure Organics
This was recommended to me a long time ago by my esthetician at the time. She was a natural beauty product lover just like me, and we both love Acure Organics.
When I was dealing with some pretty problematic skin, she suggested this. I never actually tried it, because it sounds too good to be true, but now that I've fallen in love with some of their other skin care products, I'm planning on picking this up.
This is supposed to restore balance, improve texture and tone, and help deal with trouble spots. Like all of Acure's products, this is filled with goodies for your skin like probiotics, antioxidants, and luxurious oils.
Calendula Hydrating and Toning Mask // John Masters Organics
I have a really hard time finding hydrating face masks. I've found BB Seaweed from Lush, which is excellent, but I'd love to try this one from John Masters, a brand I've recently discovered and am already loving.
The calendula has healing properties, which is great for problematic or dry skin. There's also Shea butter and aloe vera for their hydrating and calming properties.
Vanilla Pod Hydrating Day Cream // Antipodes
Okay just the name of this is enough for me to buy it. I feel like a vanilla day cream would be the most sweet smelling product in my entire line up.
This looks like a really nourishing cream with manuka honey to help with blemishes and hydration, and rose hip oil for nourishment and hydration. Plus, this is supposed to be okay for all skin types, which makes it a great year round product.
Have you tried any of these products? Thinking of adding any of them to your skin care routine?
Until next time,