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The Best Natural Skincare Products

Updated on December 16, 2016

Consumers Driven by Natural Skincare Ethics

Consumers who are buying into the organic skincare industry want environmentally friendly products that are not tested on animals and do not contain harmful toxins or ingredients. This new holistic approach to skincare, treating the skin as the largest organ in the body, has seen a whole raft of companies try to attain the best standards.

Certified Natural and Organic Skincare Companies Taking the commitment to organic products one step further is Melvita, a company that has been approved by EcoCert, which undertakes one of the most internationally recognised certification standards for organic and natural beauty products. The company keeps “nature at heart” and will not use ingredients that have not been proven safe. Formulated to be pure and gentle, Melvita’s skincare products include its Youthful Skin Cream, an award winning anti-aging cream in the Beauty Bible awards.

Osmium “Where Science Meets Nature” Osmium is a London based male skincare company that aims to become a leader in plant based natural skincare. Riding on the company philosophy of “Where Science Meets Nature” Osmium’s male skincare products such as moisturisers, shaving creams and eye gels contain a large percentage of superior ingredients that include plant actives, vitamins and minerals. The packaging is stylish and simple for the modern day man.

Green Skincare Products Green People is a UK-based company whose products are accredited by The Soil Association, indicating that the sourcing of the finished product has been made with a high percentage of organic ingredients. The company harnesses the finest blend of pure plant oils, herbal infusions and Fair trade ingredients – to nourish, protect and energise. The "green" market in skincare is certainly concentrating on taking the harm out of everyday skincare routines.

Tropic Skincare - A Vegan Approach

Tropic Skincare products are made in Britain and remain completely natural, vegan and cruelty-free. Founder Susan Ma collaborated with cosmetic chemists, traditional herbalists and microbiologists to create a range which uses premium pure plant derived proteins, antioxidants and vitamins. No products are derived from animals and the business has become a storming success as it sells through a social platform..

Tropic’s SUPER GREENS natural boost serum is a combination of chlorophyll, kale and maca roots which absorb into the deeper layers of the skin with the marula and kendi oils acting as a kind of emollient to rashness and itchiness. Furthermore, the green coffee and the Tamanu oil, which has been used by natives of South East Asia and the Pacific Islands for centuries as a cure-all for any kind of skin problem, offer further regeneration of the skin. The product has a really strong sense of green in both look and odour


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