Eco-friendly products are good for your skin and for the environment. Free of harmful chemicals, natural skincare brands use organic ingredients that nourish and care for your skin.
We are stocking more and more natural products in the bellabox store, and while this was once a fringe movement we’re starting to see it go mainstream. People are becoming more aware of what they put on their skin, and more often they are choosing natural ingredients instead of chemicals.
There are many different definitions of organic, natural, and eco-friendly products, and it is worth exploring this even more if there are certain ingredients that you are worried about. Most importantly, all the brands listed here do not test on animals.
Are you ready to make the switch to organic?
People For Plants was created with a vision for a range of organic skincare products that truly work. The brand was founded by Anna Addicoat and Andrew Brown on their farm in NSW, and is championed by their long-time friend Jamie Durie. Their products use pure and fresh ingredients like fruit and plant extracts, and everything is cruelty free and certified organic. There are no parabens, sulphates, silicones or other harmful chemicals. People For Plants believes there is only one way to be beautiful; nature’s way.
Wotnot products are eco-friendly, bio-degradable and organic. Their facial wipes are the first wipe that is 100% natural with certified organic ingredients to cleanse, soothe and hydrate. Wotnot products are tested on humans not animals, and the only animal extract you’ll see here is beeswax to make their sunscreen water resistant. Wotnot is an Australian company which was created by two busy mums.
Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics shows us that skincare isn’t the only thing that can be cruelty free – makeup can too! Created by makeup artist David Klasfeld, these products are completely vegan and internationally certified by PETA. They are beautifully pigmented and highly regarded, and we stock the cult Lip Tar and Colour Pencils in our bb store.
Which eco-friendly brands do you love? Let us know in the comments!