18 All-Natural Products Beauty Experts Swear By

18 All-Natural Products Beauty Experts Swear By

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Best natural beauty products

Looking to swap out your current makeup and skincare products for more natural beauty brands? Finding a green product that delivers is not always easy. Here, 18 that make the cut, according to beauty pros who try everything.

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tarte-gifted-amazonian-mascara

2 of 19 Christine Blackburne

Best natural mascara

Tarte Gifted Amazonian Clay Smart Mascara ($21; sephora.com)

“This mascara adds volume without flaking or clumping. And it doesn’t irritate my eyes, thanks to its lightweight mineral pigments.” —Kimberly Snyder, a certified nutritionist and author of The Beauty Detox Power

hynt-duet-perfecting-concealer

3 of 19 Christine Blackburne

Best natural concealer

Hynt Duet Perfecting Concealer ($24; hyntbeauty.com)

“Just a dab of this concentrated formula covers everything from zits to dark circles. Plus, it’s infused with nourishing avocado oil, so it blends in and doesn’t dry out the skin or look cakey.” —Kristen Arnett, a New York City makeup artist and founder of the blog GreenBeautyTeam.com

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au-naturale-eyeshadow

4 of 19 Christine Blackburne

Best natural eye shadow

Au Naturale Organic Creme Eyeshadow in Bliss, Ivory, Palma, and Aubergine ($20 each; amazon.com)

“The coconut oil lets the shadow glide on smooth, and the formula packs enough pigment that you need only one swipe. We love it as an eyeliner, too!” —Jessica Assaf and Alexis Krauss, founders of the blog BeautyLiesTruth.com

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beautycounter-color-pinch-blusher

5 of 19 Christine Blackburne

Best natural blush

Beautycounter Color Pinch Cream Blusher in Hibiscus ($37; beautycounter.com)

“There is nothing better than the pop of pink from this cream blush when you’re trying to wake up your face fast. And I know that when I use it, I’m putting only the best ingredients on my skin. The company is known for its strict ingredient screen.” —Ilana Blitzer, Health’s beauty director

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w3ll-people-lipgloss

6 of 19 Christine Blackburne

Best natural lipgloss

W3ll People Bio-Extreme Lipgloss in Gold ($22; target.com)

“The blend of aloe, coconut, and grapeseed oils soothes and hydrates but isn’t thick or sticky. Natural glosses often lack the pigment and shine, but not this one!” —Paige Padgett, a Los Angeles makeup artist and author of The Green Beauty Rules

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7 of 19 Christine Blackburne

Best natural foundation

Kjaer Weis Foundation in Just Sheer ($68; kjaerweis.com)

“The coverage is amazing, but it’s the skin-friendly formula that I love the most. Organic sweet almond seed, jojoba seed, and coconut oils smooth and moisturizes. The result? You, only better!” —Melissa Lenberg, founder of Citrine Natural Beauty Bar in Phoenix

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violets-blue-salt-scrub

8 of 19 Christine Blackburne

Best natural body scrub

Violets Are Blue Salt Scrub ($38; violetsareblueskincare.com)

“Coconut and almond oils make this salt scrub hydrating as it sloughs away every trace of dead skin. The grapefruit and eucalyptus essential oils wake up the senses and create a zen oasis.” —Jillian Wright, co-founder of the Indie Beauty Expo in New York City and Los Angeles

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cote-nail-polish

9 of 19 Christine Blackburne

Best natural nail polish

Cote Nail Polish in Nos. 10, 41, and 26 ($18 each; coteshop.com)

“Not only is this nail polish as clean as it gets—cruelty-free, vegan, and five-free—but the colors are fabulous! And I swear my manicures last twice as long.” —Alexis Wolfer, founder of TheBeautyBean.com and author of Radiant Bride

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Best natural deodorant

Meow Meow Tweet Baking Soda Free Deodorant Cream ($14; amazon.com)

“The nontoxic magnesium hydroxide helps keep bacteria at bay—so, no smell! I rub a pea-size amount under each arm, and it instantly absorbs.” —Katie O’Sullivan, founder of the blog TheGreenProductJunkie.com

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khushi-healing-balm

11 of 19 Christine Blackburne

Best natural multi-purpose balm

Khushi Healing Balm ($20; khushispa.com)

“It’s so good that I created a manicure treatment around it at my spa. This calendula-infused balm is my go-to when I need serious moisture. Great on hands, feet and elbows.” —Donna Perillo, founder of Sweet Lily Natural Nail Spa in New York City

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grown-alchemist-conditioner

12 of 19 Christine Blackburne

Best natural conditioner

Grown Alchemist Conditioner ($28; shop.goop.com)

“I don’t blow-dry or really use styling products, so my conditioner has to be amazing. This one is ultra-moisturizing and leaves my hair incredibly soft, with the faintest rose scent.” —Jean Godfrey-June, beauty director at Goop.com

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rahua-finishing-treatment

13 of 19 Christine Blackburne

Best natural treatment

Rahua Finishing Treatment ($45; amazon.com)

“Applied to wet strands, this cream creates the perfect base for styling. The ingredients act as a triple threat: Quinoa holds in moisture, green tea leaf extract reduces UV damage, and raspberry leaf extract infuses hair with antioxidants.” —Benjamin Mohapi, owner of Benjamin Salon in Los Angeles

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dear-clark-resurrecting-wash

14 of 19 Christine Blackburne

Best natural shampoo

Dear Clark Resurrecting Wash ($24; target.com)

“This shampoo has no drying sulfates or phosphates, so whenever I use it, it feels like I’ve hit the refresh button on my strands. Plus, it’s made in Texas, so naturally it makes me feel like Connie Britton!” —Rachel Jo Silver, director of content strategy and social marketing at Birchbox

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davines-hot-model-gel

15 of 19 Christine Blackburne

Best natural styler

Davines This Is a Medium Hold Modeling Gel ($26; amazon.com)

“The serum-like consistency allows this gel to go on smooth—no crunch. I also love that Davines products are zero-impact, meaning that all the resources used, like solar, wind, and water, are measured and offset by the yearly planting of thousands of trees.” —Nicole Zamora, co-owner of My Hair Trip, an organic salon in Denver

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anakiri-restore-propolis-balm

16 of 19 Christine Blackburne

Best natural spot treatment

Anakiri Restore Propolis Balm ($20; anakiri.com)

“From bug bites to acne—this works. The propolis (a substance collected by honeybees) helps kill bacteria and heal wounds fast, while aloe, tea tree oil, and lavender oil soothe.” —Joanna Vargas, a New York City celebrity facialist and founder of Joanna Vargas Skincare

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glowing-radiance

17 of 19 Christine Blackburne

Best natural exfoliator

Ila Face Scrub for Glowing Radiance ($60; amazon.com)

“The mix of ground blackcurrant and honey feels like an at-home microdermabrasion. After using it, your pores are clean, dead skin is lifted, and, just like that, your face is bright, fresh, and youthful.” —Cecilia Wong, a New York City celebrity aesthetician and founder of Cecilia Wong Skincare

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tata-harper-cleanser

18 of 19 Christine Blackburne

Best natural cleanser

Tata Harper Regenerating Cleanser ($38; sephora.com)

“The apricot seed powder and fruit enzymes remove dead cells to transform dull skin within seconds—I’ve seen it! Plus, it’s gentle enough to use daily.” —McKenzie Bolt, a Los Angeles aesthetician

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kypris-antioxidant-dew

19 of 19 Christine Blackburne

Best natural serum

Kypris Antioxidant Dew ($67; amazon.com)

“This featherlight serum is my pick when I want glowing skin. The sea algae extract impressively hydrates without being overwhelming, so my complexion is left soft and supple, never greasy.” —Melissa Lenberg

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