Today I bring to you another exciting guest post by fellow blogger Kelsey Davies. Kelsey is the editor at and is trying to balance both her budget and her credit card balance. She likes to live lavish and treat herself when the opportunity allows it. She loves the newest tech, old cars and the smell of rich mahogany and leather bound books as well! Her post introduces you to some great products that not only sound amazing but are ethical and green too. So enjoy the post and why not treat your self.
You love high-quality beauty products and cosmetics but you want more. We know. The amount of awareness for green beauty has gone up and conscious gals like you, want in. That’s why I created this list of the high-end and ethical beauty products that you need to have. You’ll love these products because of their effectiveness, ingredients and the ethical brands that made them.
1. Nourishing Artisan Soap by Ayuna
This artisanal soap bar is crafted with coconut oil, borage and olive for a smooth and creamy lather. It also features activated carbon for a deep clean that leaves your skin clean and rejuvenated. Not only is this product free of chemicals of concern, it’s also vegan! The company’s motto is “less is beauty” which promotes their mission and belief that we shouldn’t pile on several chemicals and ingredients onto our skin.
2. Formula Absolute Ultimate Sleep Cream by Marks & Spencer
You’re going to love this: a clinically proven, independently tested night cream that’s suitable for all skin types! The cream is rich but not greasy and it does wonders for giving your skin a rejuvenated, well-rested look.
3. Charcoal Deodorant by Cleo & Coco
This is a powerful underarm BO guard thanks to it’s all natural main ingredient, charcoal. It also includes lavender and vanilla for a calming and heavenly scent. The lavender also does a good job fighting off dirt alongside the charcoal.
4. Purifying Cleanser by Tata Harper
If you are looking for an amazing cleanser that Doesn’t strip your skin of essential moisture then this should be on your list. It does a great job of lifting dirt while adding in fruit enzymes for healthier and younger-looking skin.
5. The Moisturizer by Kelia
Speaking of ethical skin care, we couldn’t leave out this moisturizer by Kelia Skincare. They pledge to sustainably source all of their ingredients and to give back to local communities. This moisturizer promises to lift, tighten, brighten and hydrate your skin all while protecting and keeping it clear of pollutants.
6. Daily Defence Sunscreen by Zelens
Not only is this product vegan and free of parabens, it’s a two-in-one sunscreen and moisturizer. It does a fantastic job of moisturizing without leaving oily skin and protecting against harmful UV rays to prevent the peeling, burning feeling we all know and hate.
7. Post-Poo Drops by Aesop
Even though Aesop has a ton of great products, these Post-Poo Drops are everything. Simply release a few drops of this sweet orange zest into the toilet and the entire room will smell wonderful. This should make every woman’s list for ethical cosmetics this year.
8. Active Botanical Serum by Vintner’s Daughter
Just one application of this serum before bed will leave your skin well-moisturized, revived and glowing in the morning. If you love that glowy look that makes you shine and stand out from a crowd, this is the product for you. This is a surefire way to get those,”You’re glowing” responses.
The best high-end beauty products are the ones that exceed your expectations by holding true to every promise without compromising the quality of ingredients or your health. All of the products above do just that which is why they made this list. There are some worthy mentions such as Kypris Moonlight Catalyst, Hourglass Ambient Lighting Powder, and Pai Copaiba Deep Cleanse AHA Mask.
What do you think of these products? Have you or would you try them? Maybe you know of some that didn’t make our list. Share your thoughts with us in the comments because we would love to hear from you!
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