It kind of feels like natural beauty products are “trendy” right now, but they can be really beneficial for your skin and body if you're willing to put in a little time (and money) to try something new. While it may be convenient to pick up the usual drug store beauty products, some things are worth more research, and natural beauty products don't always have to be expensive. I've been researching all natural beauty products a lot the past six months, and I've learned what I like and don't like, but I've also learned what's affordable and what's not. While some products seem pricey, you also have to look at the quantity of what you're purchasing because a $50 bottle could last you an entire year!
Natural Skincare Products
I spend most of my time seeking out natural skincare remedies like lotions, face washes, masks, etc. I've always had troubled skin, so I've found that many of these products are worth investing in.
Herbivore Blue Tansy Resurfacing Mask – I've tried a couple Herbivore products and have loved them all. This organic face mask comes highly recommended from many bloggers and has a 4-star rating on Amazon. The $48 price tag is common for a face mask because one bottle will last you such a long time.
Fresh Rose Hydrating Serum – I'm obsessed with my Fresh rose hydrating serum, which is paraben-free, phthalate- free and sulfate-free. It's ultra hydrating, and even though I use it twice a day, one bottle lasts a pretty long time.
100% Pure Bright Eyes Mask – These caffeinated masks for under your eyes de-puff your skin and add much-needed moisture for under $10.
Thayers Alcohol-Free Toner – Thayers is a popular brand for toner and it's less than $10 per bottle, which will last for quite a while. My personal favorite is the rose water, but all of them are great for hydrating and refreshing your skin.
Farmaesthetics Blemish Tincture – Cure breakouts fast with an all natural, organic roll-on breakout treatment.
Organic Makeup Products
Swapping out all of your makeup products at once may be cost prohibitive, but when one product runs out, try a new organic makeup brand to replace it and before long, you'll have switched over to all natural beauty products.
Lily Lolo Pressed Bronzer – This affordable all-natural bronzer is pressed for easy application and coverage and comes in three colors.
100% Pure Ultra Lengthening Mascara – When your mascara runs out, try a tube of ultra lengthening all natural mascara made with fruit and cocoa, which has almost 1,400 5-star reviews.
Han Concealer – These all natural concealers contain shea butter, green tea and Vitamin E, and best of all, they're very affordable.
Au Naturale Cream Eyeshadows – Try something different from the norm with this selection of all natural cream eyeshadows that come in neutral and vibrant colors.
Other Natural Beauty Products
You can also incorporate all natural beauty products outside of just skincare and makeup. Anything you put on your body probably has all natural or organic options.
Suntegrity Unscented Body Sunscreen – This SPF 30 natural mineral sunscreen is affordable, non-greasy and all natural.
Shea Moisture Superfruit Hair Masque – I like the brand Shea Moisture because they're available at Target, so it's convenient to purchase them when you shop for other items (unlike many others that are only available online). I've used several Shea Moisture hair products that are all sulfate-free and have seen great results, including with this masque that I use 2-3 times per week.
These are just a small handful of the many excellent all natural beauty products out there, and I highly recommend trying new things to find what works best for you! I get many recommendations by following bloggers and social media influencers, and whenever I run out of something, I replace it with a new, natural product. It's working well for my so far without breaking the bank, so I hope it can work for you too!