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Stripped-down beauty

Lately, people have been extra concerned about what goes in and on their bodies – as they should be. These all-natural beauty products are not only good for you, but they’re also good for the environment.

Lush Cosmetics

The company’s products are always handmade, all natural and always benefit something ethical and/or ecologically friendly; LUSH Cosmetics Celebrate hand & body lotion; $32.95;


100% Pure Makeup

The makeup is all natural and made from fruit pigment. The company also does its part for the environment by running its corporate offices on solar energy, using post-consumer, recycled materials for packaging, and remaining 100 percent cruelty free – it even donates to animal welfare organizations; 100% Pure Makeup Fruit pigmented Maui satin eyeshadow; $17;


JUARA Skincare

This company was founded on an ancient Indonesian medicinal tradition called JAMU, which is still recognized in the region along with more modern western medicine. The products are 100 percent vegetarian, paraben free, cruelty free and do not contain any colorants, sulfates or phthalates; JUARA Invigorating coffee scrub; $38;


The Handmade Soap Company

Everything is handmade by a local factory, which was repurposed from a 250-year-old linen mill in Ireland, and all of the products are all natural, and also cruelty free; Handmade Soap Company Lavender rosemary mint soap; $8.50;


Josh Rosebrook

The products are all natural and the company holds a philosophy that a balance between the spiritual and the physical is needed to live a healthy life. Plus, none of the ingredients is ever genetically modified; JOSH ROSEBROOK Deep nourishing shampoo and conditioner; $30 each;


M. Steves

Most of the products are almost completely all natural and vegan. The company practices #greenglow, a lifestyle centered around caring for our planet and not taking it for granted, in order to reduce its carbon footprint and boost eco-friendly practices; M. Steves Rose Hip oil; $64;