friendly beauty


Herbivore
Surprisingly, I found this brand and Urban Outfitters, and there are t o n s of products. I recently bought a few, including the rose face mist and pink clay soap. Both are super gentle and made of all natural ingredients.


Tata Harper
Tata Harper is definitely the most expensive of the brands I've had my eye on, but it's 100% worth the extra cash. I use the Resurfacing Mask at least twice a week, and I'm pinching pennies to pick up her Repairative Moisturizer. My skin gets super dry, especially during winter, so I'd rather pay more for a product that is both natural and award winning!

My beauty regiment is almost nonexistent at the moment, given some of my daily life changes over the past few weeks, but I've been trying to get back into a rhythm. After several friends became consultants at Beautycounter, I visited the EWG Skin Deep website and found out how terrible some of the products I was using on a daily basis were. I also downloaded the Think Dirty app (AMAZING!), so my beauty shelf is about to get a major clean out! I'm still a sucker for packaging, but I've been able to find some skin-friendly products that don't look God awful on my counter either. :)

Disclaimer: I'm not an expert on anything, let alone beauty. Take these recommendations with a grain of salt!

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glossier
It seems like you can't go on any blog without a mention of glossier, but there's a reason. THEY'RE SO GOOD. I just got the milky jelly cleanser, and I'll never go back to towelettes again. Super powerful but very easy. The moisturizing moon mask is also a dreeeaaam.


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beautyEmily Lott2 Comments