NOTO botanics believes that healthy and well made cosmetics shouldn’t be a privilege, but a right. With their line of all-natural and organic beauty products they want to move with the times and offer mindful products with philanthropic edge.

People making excuses for not choosing natural and organic skin care and beauty products may now be silenced. With a market that is literally booming with amazing new brands, there is absolutely no reason to keep feeding the skin chemical cocktails. Only, you may need to go online to find them, but that’s where we live our lives now anyway, right? A new, healthy beauty routine is just one click away. No excuses. 

One of our most recent discoveries in the field of beauty progression is NOTO botanics (thanks once again, Kindred Black). Named after its founder, it’s an uni-sexy (their word), multi-use line of minimal essentials for the entire body formulated by makeup and fine arts artist Gloria Noto. Guided by catchwords like “power in simplicity”, they’ve chosen nature’s best for their merchandise: natural and organic ingredients for potent, healing results. And yes, thanks for asking, they’re completely vegan and cruelty free too.   

The NOTO line is developed from Gloria Noto’s 11 year experience from the beauty industry, and is an antithesis to the cocktails of chemicals, pollutants and fillers that are offered on the market today. Maintaining her belief that healthy, well made cosmetics shouldn’t be a privilege, but a right (why not make it a duty?), she strives to make high quality products that are inclusive and therefore also diverse in cost (ranging from $18,50 to $55,50). This is obviously the way to go – sustainable cosmetics for all!  

Shop NOTO botanics here and follow them here.

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