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Although there are so many beauty products available, the vast majority of them contain ingredients that could be harmful to both us and the environment.

Fortunately, an increasing number of companies are producing products that are created from natural, and in some cases, certified organic ingredients.

In your opinion, which company makes the best natural beauty products, both for their quality and their price?

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This is VERY easy question to answer.

Because we are all made differently, what will suit one person....will Not for another.

The very best advice is to try each one yourself.

Your own skin will tell you, but you must keep a record of 'how' they felt on your skin, and you can rate them also.

You may even come across one or two that were perfect, and of course you will come across some not so.

For anyone to give the answer that one size fits all is impossible.
This really is trial and error.
The hard work has to be done by each of us.
I don't buy much in the way of beauty products because I just don't like to spend a lot of time on my looks. It's not "organic" that's a concern for me so much as animal cruelty. If I use foundation or powder for preference I look for ones that are vegan, cruelty free and have a zero on the comedogenicity scale (so they don't clog your pores).

There are a couple on Etsy (www.etsy.com) that you might like, Finy. Rhasdala and Willow Tree Minerals, but my favourite is Ella Rose Minerals.
https://www.etsy.com/au/shop/EllaRoseMinerals?ref=l2-shopheader-name#about
I have no idea. Would love to know too.
by Gia
I have no beauty, so I don't bother with products. What I apparently do have, according to others, is nice English skin. What I do to it is very little but I do use pure things like coconut oil and oatmeal or almond scrubs on occasion. As for make up . . .I am useless at it and I have no interest in it as the few times I used it I felt that I looked like a Melrose Avenue hooker. LOL

by Rice
If your English you have Beauty my girl.!!
by jonaja
Oh, jonaj, your photo is just gorgeous . . . I look like my avatar here and I am quite content. My sister was the beauty in our house and a vehicle accident ruined that. She is so beautiful in every other way that I learned at twelve that I could live quite happily with being average :-))
by Rice
Well Rice you know I'm also a believer that humour is a beauty, along with all the other traits to what really makes one beautiful...and you also have humour. I was never a 'funny' person always quite serious, but I have had some amazing laughs, when you have added your comments...and for that I am so grateful :) it feels great to laugh!
by jonaja
Jurlique is wonderful but extremely expensive. They have a diverse range of skin-care products in their range including moisturisers, aromatherapy mists, sun protection products and much more. All are certified organic.

Much cheaper, another range that I've recently discovered is People for Plants, which is also certified organic and, as the name implies, made entirely from plant-based ingredients.

Other great natural products that I like (although they're not organic) are the Sukin and Natural Instinct range. Another one I like is the Tinderbox range from the little town of Balingup in Western Australia. Tinderbox products are widely available in WA, but not so much interstate. You can order online though...they have an awesome range, so check out their website.
I'm sure it is not the cosmetics brand that I use!! For natural cosmetics, I would try the markets. Most of these cosmetics are by small companies who cant afford chemicals or animal testing.
I don't know. I have very sensitive skin so I use a mild soap. As for makeup, I use whatever is a close match to my very, very pale skin. Don't go for too many "natural products" because I believe I am as sensitive to them as to anything un-natural. Just because it is a natural product, doesn't guarantee no reaction.
Like I could be using something with an extract of the purest grass or leaf or flower or petal or whatever, ad still have a horrific reaction.
Yeah, just got to shop around and try around.
In fact……..what is an example of one of the "best natural products around" ???????
I love Nutter, a West Australian company
by Finy
I am not a much into buying beauty products. I am hopeless with makeup as well. If I ever found anything that was very natural and pure, it was out of my budget. I usually pick up the most basic stuff and just use that. Like extra virgin coconut oil for body, cold pressed rosehip oil for face and handmade soaps for shower. I do not buy any face packs. Just make them at home using home ingredients. Things like fuller earth, turmeric, yogurt, curd , oats , chickpea flour can be used to make the most natural face pack/scrub.
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