Infuse your beauty routine with products that harness natural plant and fruit ingredients this Earth Day
This year, why not celebrate Earth Day by drenching your skin and body with products full of ingredients that came straight out of the earth? To make it even easier, we’ve rounded up a few of our fave formulas whose natural and active ingredients pay homage to beautiful elements from the great outdoors.
Kerstin Florian Ginger Bath & Body Oil, $56
Organic ginger (grown in Indonesia and Thailand) serves as something of a cure-all in this warming body oil that helps diminish inflammation and reduce muscle aches and pain and soothe cramps and arthritis.
Josie Maran Argan Infinity Lip and Cheek Creamy Oil, $18
One-hundred percent pure argan oil is the star in Maran’s products and her six beautiful, bold shades of paraben-free cheek and lip tints are no different, though they’re also infused with hydrating things like shea butter, aloe vera, mango seed butter and tangerine.
Kiehl’s Limited-edition Rare Earth Deep Pore Cleansing Masque, $23
Featuring Amazonian white clay, along with oatmeal and aloe vera, Kiehl’s awesome masque is now available in a limited-edition version, complete with unique label art (by Ashley Judd or Anthony Mackie), with 100 percent of proceeds from its sale going to Recycle America.
Earth Tu Face Organic Perfume Solid, Petals+Wood, $78
What better Earth Day tribute than this gorgeous shell-encased solid perfume, created completely from plants. Chemical- and synthetic-free it incorporates Australia sandalwood, rose petals, safflower oil and beeswax.
Pureology Sea-Kissed Texturizer Salt-Free Tousle Mist, $28
Hair that looks straight from a dip in the ocean is always the best, and this spray creates that look sans dehydrating salt or parabens. Instead it coats the mane in olive, apricot and jojoba oils and natural red algae.
Shea Terra Organics 100% Pure Madagascar Tamanu Oil, $24
It’s all in the name for this multifunctional oil that’s anti-acne, anti-aging and antibacterial and comes from nuts that grow in the Vohibola forest on the eastern coast of Madagascar, which purchasing the oil also helps support.