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The best organic and natural skincare products

Section: Mum Buys
Natural organic skincare products with rose petals

When it comes to skincare it can be hard to know what really works and what is actually beneficial to your skin. 

Our skin is so important, from every bump and dimble to any beautiful stretch marks, and it's only right we take care of it and show it the love it deserves. Establishing a skincare routine is the perfect way to not only show your skin some love, but also to treat yourself to some well-earned self-care.

Natural and organic products are the best way to ensure your skin is getting the right nourishment. By using products with harmful ingredients, you might notice your skin becoming irritated, so by using natural products and avoiding those chemical nasties, you'll notice an improvement in your skin. 

We've found the best natural skincare products that are not only made with natural and organic ingredients, but the brands have ethical values too.

Key Ingredients: Beehive products & plant-based oils.
Brand Ethics: Made in the UK, cruelty free.

Rich in vitamins, this unique blend of natural ingredients soothes, nourishes and protects skin. It's perfect for dry and sensitive skin, and even helps to soothe eczema. It's ingredients include sunflower seed oil, beeswax and honey.

Key Ingredients: Hyaluronic Acid & Argan Oil
Brand Ethics: Ingredients from organic farming & vegan-friendly

This naturally fragranced face cream is a vanilla and coconut dream. It's hydrating, perking up skin that feels dry and leaves a skin feeling incredibly soft. 

Key Ingredients: Seaweed, Shea Butter & Magnesium
Brand Ethics: Cruelty free, vegan-friendly

This seaweed derived collagen cream hydrates skin and encourage plumpness. It helps to improve the skins suppleness, prevent wrinkles and energises your skin with its anti-fatigue properties. 

Key Ingredients: Tumeric, Rice Powder & Gob Tree Leaves
Brand Ethics: Zero waste packaging, cruelty free & ethically made.

With anti-inflammatory properties, this exfoliating face mask helps to gently draw out bacteria and pore-clogging debris. It also helps to smooth and brighten skin. 

Key Ingredients: Arnica Oil, Bladder Wrack, Aloe Vera.
Brand Ethics: Sustainably made, low-waste program. 

With hydrating and nourishing benefits, this set of products are the perfect size to take with you anywhere. It even comes with an organic cotton cosmetic pouch. 

Key Ingredients: Almond + Oat Meal, Coconut Oil & Volcanic Rock
Brand Ethics: Vegan-friendly, cruelty free & sustainable. 

Suitable for all skin types, this face scrub is suitable for sensitive skin as it helps to soothe irritation and treat inflammations. It also helps remove dirt from pores, giving skin a soft glow and brighter complexion. 

Key Ingredients: Shea Butter & Vitamin E.
Brand Ethics: Responsibily sourcing, cruelty free, recyclable packaging.

Designed to provide relief and comfort to stretched skin, this belly butter is a rich, naturally hydrating formula that's perfect for mums to use before and after pregnancy. 

Key Ingredients: French Pink Clay, Olive Fruit Oil.
Brand Ethics: Sustainbly made, cruelty free, vegan-friendly.

This soap bar deeply cleanses skin, helping to maintain the skin's natural moisture balance. With fragrant notes of French rose, this natural soap not only smells luxurious, but it leaves your skin feeling luxuriously smooth too.

Key Ingredients: Shea Butter, Raspberry Seed Oil & Natural Wax.
Brand Ethics: Sustainbly made, cruelty free.

This vegan-friendly lip balm hydrates cracked and chapped lips, helping protect against moisture loss. 

Key Ingredients: Wheatgerm Oil, Rosehip Oil & Squalane Oil.
Brand Ethics: Zero waste scheme, carbon-negative & climate-positive. 

This facial oil adds some much-needed hydration back into the skin with just a few drops. Once massaged into the skin, it leaves behind an enviable glow.

  • Author: Samantha Ball Samantha Ball
  • Job Title: Freelance writer

Samantha is a mum of one, in a house full of boys. Her hobbies are long hikes, coffee tasting, and being a bit of an *obsessive* cleaner.

She also runs a blog Student Mum Diaries about what it’s like to be a student mum. 


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