Finding the absolute best, natural skincare brand is a task and a half. Why? Because today there are so many on the market claiming to deliver similar results. So, how do we find the holy grail of natural skincare brands in a literal haystack? We asked a beauty blogger with impeccable standards to research and test various products.
The verdict is in. And, here are your top 10 tried and true natural skincare brands. What criteria did we use to define the best? Natural ingredient content, results delivered, and value for money. We’ve even ranked them according to our favorites with #1 being our absolute top contender!
1. Alpyn Beauty
Certainly, these skincare products are comprised of the hardest-working and most resilient plants that thrive in the harshest of climates. Surprisingly, it is believed they bestow the same strength and resiliency when applied to your skin. This company “wildcrafts,” a technique that involves carefully removing only the fruit, flowers, and branches leaving the living plant intact. But with an abundance of positive results and pictures to prove it – this company has our heart and whatever is in our wallet! Definitely, worth it!
2. Laurel Whole Plant Organics
Composed of raw, organic, farm-sourced, handcrafted ingredients, Laurel delivers. Though a little on the pricier side of thing and this brand is well worth the spend. Instead of adding cheap, diluting ingredients like water, aloe, glycerine, or alcohol. Furthermore, Laurel incorporates hydrosols which are raw living bioactive plant waters that capture the medicinal properties of plants. This is indeed a recipe for fabulous looking skin.
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With over 100 years in the natural skincare industry – we can pretty much call these guys the master. And their most important ingredients are farmed biodynamically meaning seed production and landscape maintenance follow the rhythms of nature and the earth. Fancy! Each of their products are certified natural by NATRUE. The price is almost too good to believe. Surely, it’s worth a try before spending on more expensive brands.
Their skincare philosophy is something we can entirely get behind. “The highest-quality organic ingredients (tested and certified) create the best-performing products” – sounds good to us! Mid-range to pricey, they offer a wide range of products that can be selected based on individual skin concern, which is very helpful!
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Naturopathica aims to address the root cause of skin issues as opposed to treating symptoms which for us, speaks volumes. Its organic, sustainably sourced natural ingredients are audited and certified by Ecocert. However, they also use some synthetic ingredients which we are not a huge fan of. Reasonably priced!
This brand offers a simple yet effective range of skin essentials composed of best-in-class botanical ingredients – with hands down the best skin-care marketing on the planet. If you’ve ever wondered what “unpissed off” skin feels like, you might want to try these guys. Prices are mid-range.
7. One Love Organics
A small-batch, award-winning skincare line, certified by Ecocert. Prices range from mid to high. Their trophy case is so full they are 100%. Undeniably, worth the buy!
8. Tata Harper
The absolute queen of all-natural skincare products. Formulated from organic ingredients harvested from the brand’s Vermont-based farm and made with 100% natural ingredients and glowing, rave reviews. This, my friend, is as close to perfection as it gets! Nevertheless, their prices are as close to beauty bankrupt as we can get. Top of the budget!
9. Sangre De Fruta
Based on Egyptian beauty regimens, like those used by Cleopatra herself, this company produces small-batch products containing biodynamic, certified organic, and wild-crafted ingredients. It’s pretty pricey with only a small selection of products.
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Generally, their products are made using the highest-quality plant, earth, and sea-based ingredients plus non-toxic-to-skin alternatives. They are 100% vegetarian and cannot label as vegan-based because they do use cruelty-free beeswax and honey. The price point is mid-range, with questionable value. Many users have either really great reviews or really negative reviews though, not much in-between!