There are so many natural, non-toxic beauty brands out there and I have tried many of them but I still have some brands on my list that I have not yet tried. I have put together a list of the top 5 clean makeup brands I am itching to try this year.
Cruelty-free | Toxic-free
Ere Peréz is an Australian brand focusing on delivering high quality cosmetics and skincare with natural ingredients that are active and nourishing for the skin. The packaging is very much up my alley. It’s very minimalistic and neat and I would say they’re overall more of a high-end natural beauty brand.
Cruelty-free | Toxic-free | Organic | Gluten & Dairy-free
This brand has been around for a while and by now they have a very wide range of products. ILIA really blurs out the line between clean cosmetics and high performance. Some of the products do contain safe synthetic ingredients so they are not 100% natural but as long as they don’t contain any ingredients that are harmful, I see no problem.
Cruelty-free | Toxic-free | Organic | Vegan | Sustainable packaging
This Californian brand is mostly known for their 10 toxin-free nail polishes. (Meaning their nail polishes are free from 10 of the common toxic ingredients often used in nail polish). They are just about ti launch a makeup-line of multi-use colors that comes in cute little glass pots, similar to RMS makeup. I’m personally a huge fan on multi use products and my inner child jumped with excitement when I saw the beautiful variety of colors. There are both subtle colors and really bold, sparkly colors and I just cant wait to play with them all.
Cruelty-free | Toxic-free | 100% Carbon neutral
This brand uses the finest, high quality minerals and a minimal amounts of ingredients to create their products. An added bonus about this brand is that their compact powders are held in place with a magnet and can be swapped out for a refill when you run out, instead of purchasing a whole new container. Any solutions that makes less environmental impact is a big plus if you ask me.
Cruelty-free | Toxic-free | Vegan
Last, but definetly not least on the list, is Lilah b. I’ve been eyeing this brand for a long time and I’m really itching to try it. It’s a luxurious clean beauty brand with a minimalistic approach. Their products contains nourishing ingredients from both the earth and sea. The packaging of these products are just the cutest. Many of them are in the shape of a smooth little ocean stone that you slide open. What’s not to love?!
Have you tried any of these brands before? If so, what was your experience? Let me know in the comments!
(Disclaimer: I take no credit for the pictures used in this post. All pictures used in this post are from the websites of the brands mentioned above).