Stay Naturally Beautiful: Chemical-Free Skincare Brands To Invest In

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    Reasons to ditch your commercial, chemical-infused skincare products for natural and cruelty-free products —it’s so good for your skin, you reduce your carbon footprint, there are thought and effort that goes into making natural products, and you’ll be helping out a local brand. Convinced yet? We’ve listed out the yummiest, feel-good natural skincare brands in this ultimate list that you need to bookmark and possibly share with anyone looking to switch to natural and organic skincare products. 

    Satliva

    Completely natural hemp-based soaps and oils – that’s what Satliva’s about. The company aims to exploit the benefits of the much-overlooked hemp plant (part of the Cannabis family). Hemp is one of the best natural moisturisers you can get for your hair and skin and now, Satliva’s bringing it to you in a bottle. Plus, the packaging is super cute. You can also buy it on LBB Shop now!


    Greenberry Organics

    Greenberry Organics is another online brand that we love for giving ourselves glowing skin and well-maintained hair. Their products are made from fully natural ingredients and are also eco-friendly, paraben and sulfate-free, and cruelty-free too. You know it’s good for you when you hear such terms. Try the Activated Charcoal Tea Tree, Sandalwood and Mint Oil, and Spearmint Oil body washes. The good news is that you can buy them on LBB Shop!

    Nyassa

    If you find aromatherapy appealing, then Nyassa and its range of all-round skincare and beauty products are right up your alley. They have everything from body care to facial care and hair care, with all these products naturally scented. You can buy handmade soaps, bath salts, and body butter on LBB!  

    Amoha Natural

    Amoha Natural

    Available on LBB

    Amoha Natural started out with handmade soaps before expanding their range of skin and body care products. We love their Vitamin-C facewash with its orange extracts and the silk cocoon face scrub that helps keep our skin moisturised and exfoliated. Amoha Natural's Divine - Instant Glow Mask is another product we recommend. Get them on LBB shop. 

    Bogar Organic Solution

    Available on Shop On LBB, Bogar Organic Solutions has a range of 100% organic products for your skin and hair. We regularly stock up on some of their great hair care products such as herbal henna hair pack and pure indigo powder along with their acne and scar removal face pack. 

    Alanna Naturally Beautiful

    Another Shop On LBB favourite, Alanna Naturally Beautiful is an online beauty brand that does organic beauty products such as soaps, body butter, face masks, lip scrubs, and hair care product. We love that their products are sulfate and paraben-free. Our top picks are their charcoal face packs and hibiscus and reetha shampoo bar. 

    Silkberry

    Silkberry

    Available on LBB

    With products ranging from cleansers to toners to moisturisers to body butter to professional facial kits, Silkberry has products for all ages and skin types. All your beauty and grooming needs will be taken care of naturally and organically thanks to the fact that their products all contain natural products. Think 100% pure coconut shells, cocoa pod ash, and African shea butter. 

    Laviche Bath Essentials

    If you think natural skincare has to be boring, think again. Laviche Bath Essentials has a wonderful range of products that span the range from bodycare, facial care, skincare, haircare, footcare and handcare. There's luscious whipped soaps, indulgent handcreams and bodyscubs (loving the chocolate options) and refreshing body yogurts too. If you love colourful and quirky products, get a hold of their unicorn soaps, donut soaps, macaron soaps and more.

    Oleum Cottage

    Oleum Cottage

    Available on LBB
    If you're looking for small-batch, artisan skincare that's made with hand-blended ingredients, look no further than Oleum. Completely natural, their products are all you need to treat your skin with the care it deserves. They have face cleansers, tonics, treatment oils and lotions, all made with essential oils, unrefined butters and cold-pressed oils. Styled after an old-school apothecary, this is luxurious skincare that's about treating your skin right,

    Ojas Luxury Bath

    Natural, luxe and definitely worth flaunting on your vanity, Ojas has a selection of skincare that's crafted from organic and ethically sourced ingredients. Their products are a hundred per cent organic and we love that their products are not just good for us, but also for the planet. You can choose from their heady rose and body scrub, intense hydrating moisturiser, and relaxing bath salts and more.

    Myra Veda

    Myra Veda

    Available on LBB

    Japanese Matcha, Hawaiian Mud, Unicorn Kisses - Myra Veda's range of skin and hair care sounds all fancy while being deeply rooted in nature. Their ingredients are basically what Mother Earth demands we treat our skin to, and as a result, the products are paraben-free cruelty-free, sulfate-free, and silicone-free. We're also blown away by rare finds like - Raw Wild Turmeric, Amazonian Clay from Eygpt and Natural Deodrants, like as promised smells like unicorn kisses!

    Hills + Herbs

    Hills + Herbs

    Available on LBB

    We know you know where we're getting at after just glancing at the name of this brand but just for the gratification of being able to spell out the awesomeness available here, Hills + Herbs makes a range of plant and herb-based skincare and lifestyle products. The brand actively rejects any ingredients found in commercial skincare - carcinogens,  harsh chemicals, parabens, hormone disruptors, and all them nasties. We highly recommend their shampoo bars and face masks.

    Pro-Tip

    Extend this good, clean living journey from your skin to your beauty and make up products too! We've got a list of the Best Vegan Beauty Brands for just this. If you're specifically looking for cruelty-free skincare and beauty, we've got a list for that too!

    With inputs from Ritika Nair, Sreepathy Paliath and Suzanna Matthew.