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Five Ingredients that are Molding Your Natural Beauty Experience

Five Ingredients that are Molding Your Natural Beauty Experience
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In case you haven't noticed, organic beauty is becoming a thing. People are becoming more conscious of what's in those pretty bottles on their shelf and where that product is going.

It used to be that finding anything organic was a little like looking for a needle in a haystack. Most likely, the only place you were going to find it was in the produce section of your local grocer, but now the market has expanded so much, you rarely walk into a shop anywhere without seeing something labeled organic. And we're not just talking about food.

Merriam-Webster defines organic as, "of, relating to, yielding, or involving the use of food produced with the use of feed or fertilizer of plant or animal origin without employment of chemically formulated fertilizers, growth stimulants, antibiotics, or pesticides."

When discussing skincare, this means that your products are manufactured and processed without the use of "nasty" ingredients like parabens and silicones. Which puts our minds at ease knowing that everything going into our skin is beneficial and authentic.

So, if there aren't any of these "nasty" ingredients going into our skincare, what is going into those prized bottles on the bathroom shelf? Glad you asked!

Organic ingredients that are reshaping natural beauty

Some of these ingredients may surprise you. Some you can STILL find at your local grocery store, others, you may need to be a little more creative if you wanted to collect them yourself.

Tree Bark

You're probably arching your eyebrow right now, or at best holding your breath waiting for us to tell you how this coarse, brown armor could possibly benefit your skin. Believe it or not, tree bark can be fantastic for your skin!

When tree bark is broken down and finely milled, their essential oils are extracted and used in products from facewash to serum. The willow bark in Derma E Very Clear Cleanser Anti-Blemish Complex with Tea Tree and Willow Bark has antibacterial properties that work to reduce excess oil and bacteria without irritating or stripping the skin of its natural oils. The essential oils are also a good soothing agent for dry hands and feet.


This mineral does more than look pretty on your dresser. While this mineral is used around the world to help restore balance to chakras, the element is also known to help relax facial tension which can relax our facial expression and in turn reduces fine lines and wrinkles.

It's easier than you think, you're not just going to take a big rock and massage your face with it. This mineral is broken down and infused into serums like SkinChemists Rose Quartz Lifting & Firming Serum the uses the quartz to buff away dead skin cells and illuminate the skin, boosted with a potent Vitamin C that works to lift and firm the complexion while also stimulating collagen production.


This neutral-flavored fruit is for more than just smashing on your morning toast! The oils in avocado are not only good for scrumptious morning meals, but they also help to moisturize the skin and help the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles!

Six essential oils, including avocado and evening primrose, combine together in ESPA Regenerating Face Treatment Oil to smooth fine lines and wrinkles, nourish and moisturize the complexion and strengthen the skin's natural protective barrier. Vitamin E and Organic Carrot work together to protect the skin from environmental aggressors.


If you're biggest skin concern looms around the issue of hydration that this is a natural ingredient you'll want to pay more attention to. Coconut oil offers intense hydration to the complexion and reduces water loss.

Paired with the antibacterial, lauric acid, RMS Beauty Raw Coconut Cream can be used as a facial cleanser or moisturizer. The potent antioxidants in this cream protect the skin against environmental aggressors while also providing intense, soothing hydration for the most sensitive, and blemish-prone skin types.


Beeswax may just be one of the most potent natural ingredients out there in the skincare industry. Not only just the substance have the ability to protect the skin against pollutants and other environmental agents, but it is also a humectant. This means when applied to the skin, the beeswax attracts water to the skin, which helps it stay hydrated long-term.

If you're looking for a way to upgrade your beauty products, Dr. Hauschka Tinted Day Cream is the type of product you're looking for. Infused with mineral pigments and plant oils, this day cream visibly calms red, irritated skin and promotes a more hydrated complexion while also protecting it from external agents.

Whether you're a newbie to the organic beauty game or you've been using natural products for years, these ingredients can really provide the change you're looking for! The skin of your dreams is a simpler journey than you think!

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