30 Natural Beauty Products We Absolutely Adore

All the best earth-friendly beauty finds Yahoo Beauty editors are obsessed with. (Photo: Yahoo Beauty)
All the best earth-friendly beauty finds Yahoo Beauty editors are obsessed with. (Photo: Yahoo Beauty)

Have you ever come across a product you were curious about but not brave enough to test? Not to worry! Yahoo Beauty presents the column Editor Obsessions, where editors dish on their most-loved beauty products that will inspire you to try something new.

One of the most celebrated eco-friendly days of the year, Earth Day, is coming up on April 22. If you are a self-proclaimed product junkie like the editors here at Yahoo Beauty, you probably know a thing or two about beauty products that are naturally derived.

Gone are the days of goopy moisturizer that would last for only a few weeks unless you stuck it in the refrigerator. Now there are must-haves available that are high-quality, long-lasting, better for your health, and kinder to the planet.

Whether you are looking for a cruelty-free pigmented lipstick or supplements that help beautify you from the inside out, we can highly recommend these 30 natural beauty products.

Dana Oliver, Beauty Director

The Lip Bar Liquid Matte in Boy Trouble
This orange-red lippie screams “look at me!” It’s one of my go-tos, especially during the summer months. I also love that the matte formula isn’t too drying and it stays put for hours. ($13, thelipbar.com)

Belle Butters Premium Whipped Shea Butter
My skin soaks this stuff up! It’s also a great hairstyling treatment. The whipped texture is the closest I’ll ever get to walking on clouds, and the fragrance is absolutely heavenly. ($18, bellebutters.com)

Zoya Nail Polish in Chantal
This creamy vanilla nail color adds a chic touch to any outfit. ($10, zoya.com)

Alima Pure Luminous Shimmer Eyeshadow
Don’t be fooled by this micro loose powder shadow. It delivers an intensely pigmented finish that is absolutely illuminating on all skin tones. ($14, alimapure.com)

Beth Greenfield, Senior Lifestyle Writer

Schmidt’s Charcoal + Magnesium Mineral-Enriched Deodorant
Being a person who both fears the aluminum in anti-perspirants and tends to truly need its effects (if you know what I mean), I find I’m on a constant search for the best natural deodorants that actually work. I’ve landed on a new favorite with this one, enriched with minerals for neutralizing odors and plant-based powders to absorb wetness. Plus, it’s vegan and cruelty-free and has a subtle fresh scent (not to mention cool clean packaging, which I’m always a sucker for). ($10, schmidtsnaturals.com)

Promise Organic Argan Creme Facial Lotion with Olive Oil
My face just drinks this in, but it’s also light enough to not feel greasy. It has a really subtle scent, is both natural and organic (packed with soothing ingredients including aloe-leaf juice, shea butter, jojoba, and sunflower seed oil), and has about every feel-good seal you could wish for — from the Leaping Bunny to 1% for the Planet. ($15, promiseorganic.com)

Davines Love Conditioner
The Davines company has taken a pledge of sustainability — to the environment, aiming for low or zero impact, and to its customers, in regards to the safety of its high-grade ingredients. Minuta olive from Sicily, rich in fatty acids and vitamins, and nourishing panthenol are among the natural elements of this rich, smoothing, lovely lavender conditioner. It’s vegan, too, which is a top concern for me. ($25, davines.com)

Meow Meow Tweet Vegan Lip Balm
This super-moisturizing balm is made with organic cocoa butter and olive and coconut oils in a stick of plant-derived candelilla wax. It’s flavored with essential oils and good enough to eat. ($4, meowmeowtweet.com)

Rachel Grumman Bender, Beauty and Style Writer-Editor

RMS Living Luminizer
It’s one of RMS’s bestselling products for a good reason: The Living Luminizer is made from organic ingredients, including hydrating coconut oil, and gives a subtle shimmer that perfectly highlights cheekbones without making you look overly shiny or greasy. Plus, it’s not tested on animals. ($38, rmsbeauty.com)

Juice Beauty Cleansing Milk
A dermatologist once told me not to invest in expensive cleansers that tout too many bells and whistles since, unlike serums, they stay on your face for only a few seconds. So I stick with simple, gentle cleansers that get the (basic) job done. Juice Beauty Cleansing Milk contains soothing organic chamomile and calendula, anti-aging grape-seed oil, and hydrating organic aloe. It’s also free of parabens, phthalates, artificial dyes, and synthetic fragrances and is not tested on animals. ($22, juicebeauty.com)

Nuxe Ultra-Nourishing Lip Balm Rêve de Miel
This thick, nourishing lip balm is made up of nearly 80 percent natural ingredients, including honey and vitamin E, along with shea butter and calming calendula. It’s also paraben-free and has a subtle grapefruit scent. ($15, us.nuxe.com)

Donna Freydkin, Celebrity Style Editor

Sisley White Ginger Contouring Oil
I’m the first to admit that Sisley’s botanical products are a total luxury. But use them once and you’re hooked. I have insanely dry legs that inexplicably itch, and the brand’s new White Ginger contouring oil keeps them soft and smooth. ($190, sisley-paris.com)

Chantecaille Flower Petal Hair & Body Wash
The new Bébé line is a hit with moms, and there’s a reason: Just smell the Flower Petal hair and body wash and you’re instantly bathed in orange blossom, corn flower, and lime tree extract. Trust me: It’s turned kiddie bath time into something resembling relaxation. ($49, chantecaille.com)

One Love’s Skin Dew Coconut Water Cream
This cream is light and airy, and unlike so many products that purport to be natural, it is actually made with 50 percent coconut water. ($58, thedetoxmarket.com)

Indie Lee Grapefruit Citrus Concoction
If you haven’t tried face oils because of some misguided idea that they make you break out, let me introduce you to Indie Lee’s grapefruit citrus concoction. I rub it on my body, face, hair, and hands, and it’s heaven in a bottle — and no zits, ever. ($40, bluemercury.com)

Lanolips 101 Ointment
It is crazy thick and dense, and it works on your mouth, hands, cuticles, legs basically, all over. It’s ultra-moisturizing and made of medical-grade lanolin. In other words, it’s super effective. ($17, nordstrom.com)

Tammy Fender Awakening Eye Gel
A few of the ingredients in Tammy Fender’s glorious Awakening Eye Gel: rosemary, carrot, cucumber, and sunflower seed oil. Yes, you can recognize each and every one. No, there’s nothing sketchy or fake in it. Yes, it is like a cold shower for your eyes (minus the icy water part). For this working mom, it’s a staple. ($84, bluemercury.com)

Tanya Edwards, Health and Beauty Editor-at-Large

Tata Harper Beautifying Face Oil
Tata Harper is a real person, and she makes all of her products on a farm in Vermont, which is fabulous. The brand’s motto is “Beauty Without Compromise,” and this face oil delivers on that promise. Unlike many oils, Harper’s absorbs quickly and doesn’t leave skin feeling like an oil slick. ($68, tataharperskincare.com)

Dr. Bronner’s Pure-Castile Liquid Soap, Lavender
This shower soap has been around since the ’70s, is organic, certified vegan, and has no synthetic detergents or preservatives, as none of the ingredients or organisms are genetically modified. But, as someone who doesn’t care that much about all-natural, I just like the low price and relaxing scent. ($15, amazon.com)

Goop High School Genes Vitamin Regime
Obsessed with this daily vitamin pack from the newly launched wellness line from Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop. The non-GMO and gluten free supplements for the over-30 crowd promise and deliver renewed energy and a revved-up metabolism. ($90, goop.com)

Devon Kelley, Assistant Health and Beauty Editor

Milk Makeup Lip Pigment in That Red Tho
This pure pressed pigment creates a slightly sheer, matte stain that’s creamy, not drying, and lasts longer than any liquid stain I’ve tried. It’s my favorite way to rock a red lip, and knowing that it isn’t poisoning me is nice too. ($24, milkmakeup.com)

Kjaer Weis Eye Shadow in Magnetic
I’ve never felt a smoother eyeshadow. This brown-gold shade has a very subtle shimmer and is so blendable and lightweight that you’ll forget it’s there, thanks to the bamboo in the formula. ($45, kjaerweis.com)

Bite Beauty Opal Crème Lipstick
This creamy lipstick has an iridescent finish that looks youthful and fun on its own, or dimensional when layered on top of your favorite lip color. It’s infused with organic fruit bitters for extra hydration, and it looks great when worn as a highlighter too. ($24, sephora.com)

Chantecaille Faux Cils Mascara
This is my all-time favorite mascara. The formula includes natural waxes, seaweed extract, and vegetable polymers for a finish that’s wispy and lengthening without being heavy or clumpy. Most natural mascaras have a tendency to run easily, but I didn’t even realize this was a natural product after using it for months. ($45, chantecaille.com)

Weleda Skin Food
When my skin is looking dry, hollow, or dull, this product is my go-to. The thick formula instantly plumps up my skin using plant oils and extracts from chamomile, pansy, and calendula. It’s also an excellent multipurpose cream, and it’s the only beauty product that my best friend brought on an 800-mile solo trek through the South Island of New Zealand. ($13, weleda.com)

Jacqueline Laurean Yates, Beauty Editor

Nubian Heritage African Black Soap Facial Wash & Scrub
It’s a gentle scrub that isn’t too gritty, but just enough to smooth out my skin tone. Any time my skin turns on me, I turn to this trusted go-to. ($13, nubianheritage.com)

FarmHouse Fresh Organics Blushing Agave Body Oil
I have always been in love with body oils especially after a soothing hot bath. This nourishing hydrator keeps my skin soft, supple, and smelling good without being too greasy or messy. ($27, farmhousefreshgoods.com)

Elements of Aliel Rose Clay Mask
I gave this mask a try and was throughly impressed. The texture feels nice on the skin, and I’m a sucker for anything rose-scented. After using, problem areas calmed down and my face had a gorgeous glow. ($20, elementsofaliel.com)

Yes to Cotton Comforting Micellar Cleansing Water
As much as I love to cleanse my face, I had to stop overdoing it with anything that had a heavy formula. This gentle micellar water must-have helps me refresh without overdrying or stripping my skin texture. ($9, target.com)

Susanne Kaufmann Hammamelis Bad Witch Hazel Bath
There’s no better way to end a long crazy day, then with a bath. Add a few drops of this love in a bottle and prepare to luxuriate. (Check susannekaufman.com for pricing)

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