When it comes to beauty, making better choices has never (ever) been easier! We’ve listed 12 organic and natural make up brands that make for a much more sustainable beauty routine.
“Luxury Organic Makeup—Kjær Weis is an innovative cosmetics line created by Danish-born, New York-based makeup artist Kirsten Kjær Weis.”
“Contemporary organic beauty — a hybrid of on-trend pigments and nourishing ingredients.”
“Natural makeup made with minimal ingredients for maximum impact. We celebrate beauty, joy, and well-being in all women.”
“High-performance luxury Norwegian skin care and make-up. Vegan, natural and organic.”
“Swedish certified organic skin care and makeup. Founded by Pernilla Rönnberg. Cruelty free, certified organic by Ecocert, sustainable business.”
“Certified, organic and sustainable makeup, free from harmful chemicals. Perfect for sensitive skin, allergies and quality conscious beauty lovers.”
“A luxury vegan lipstick line. Natural, organic and ethical. Palm oil free.”
“A revolutionary collection of high-performance cosmetics, crafted with a combination of safe, certified organic and EcoCert ingredients.”
“Original organic color cosmetic line created by makeup artist Rose-Marie Swift.”
“100% certified natural and organic skin care and make-up. Award-winning formulations free from chemical substances. No animal testing.”
“With the highest purity standards and an unwavering commitment to both sustainability and luxury, Vapour has reinvented organic beauty.”
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