Whole Foods has become an even more dangerous place for me these days. And scooping up organic finds has never been easier. I love their beauty products and have made some amazing (and affordable) discoveries over the years. When I get that look from my husband in the checkout line, I recite: remember what you put on your body is just as important as what you put in your body….;)
1. Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay. My friend recently introduced me to this and it’s the best.mask.ever (and only $7).
2. John Masters Organics lavender hydrating mist for skin and hair. I’m a huge fan of this brand and packaging.
3. Weleda Skin Food. An amazing moisturizer for those who need hydration but struggle with breakouts. A friend also recommended Weleda Stretch Mark Massage Oil for pregnancy so I’ll be trying that product out for sure.
4. Almond Aura Glow Oil. I haven’t used this product in a while but it’s great for nourishing your skin after a shower.
5. Juice Beauty Green Apple Peel. See this post.
6. Whole Foods 365 Lavender and John Masters Organics Lavender & Avocado are both great conditioners. Still working on finding a shampoo. Any recs?
7. Dr. Bronner soap. There’s a reason this soap has a cult following in the beauty world.
8. Acure facial scrub. Use a small amount because it’s not watered down. Great for your T-zone.
9. Andalou Naturals Probiotic + C Renewal Cream. An incredible product that’s great for when you’re battling super dry skin.
10. Alba sugar cane body polish. It does the trick and is affordable.
11. Avalon Organics Vitamin C Renewal is a great toner. My mother-in-law has always told me to exfoliate with Emergen-C packets and this Vitamin C concoction also works wonders.
12. Egyptian Magic Cream. When the Huffington Post named this as one of the “Best Beauty Products You’ve Probably Never Heard Of” I had to try it out. A mix of olive oil and honey, this moisturizing cream also heals scars, as well as burns and stretch marks.
13. Earth Science Clarifying Facial Wash. I purchased this after reading on Into The Gloss that it gets rid of everything (aka your hard-to-remove mascara).