What Happened When I Tried LOLI Beauty, the Meal Prep-Inspired DIY Skincare Service

Jessica Ourisman

We’ve got mad love for green beauty companies that are making the industry healthier — both for consumers and the environment. LOLI Beauty takes it to the next-level, delivering at-home skincare kits with easy-to-use recipes using raw, all-natural ingredients. Think of it as an organic meal prep delivery service but for skincare, yielding the freshest products on the market. Founder Tina Hedges explains, “We’re innovating in so many ways, like up-cycling food grade, organic ingredients. Our products are also waterless and we use certified compostable and earth-friendly packaging.”

In other words, if you are looking to overhaul your beauty routine and take matters into your own hands with natural DIY solutions — you need to know about this company. Read on to learn more about this writer’s step-by-step journey through the company’s products. Get ready for a new way to spend your next #SelfCareSunday.


Though this may seem like an understood step, it is very important that you are working with a clean surface to ensure the safety and efficacy of the ingredients (and, in turn, you results).


I chose the BIY Redness Remedy ($112) recipe due to a recent mishap from an unfortunate facial in Las Vegas.  With my face in full freak-out mode, I only wanted light, pure ingredients in my skincare to avoid letting any unknown chemicals further damage my face. The Redness Remedy recipe was inspired by the wonders of turmeric. “When the skin gets triggered into a cycle of sensitivity, it needs help to de-stress. Turmeric’s natural steroid compounds — like curcumin — help calm the skin’s inflammatory reaction,” Hedges says.


“For those who don’t want to blend, our pure and potent bases are ready to use on your skin, body, or hair. It’s up to you when, where, and if you personalize [with mix-ins],” Hedges explains. For a single application mask, the recipe calls for 1-2 tsp of restorative, hydrating Chia Carrot Brûlée Base. Its balm-like consistency makes it the perfect cure-all for my damaged, weathered skin.


Next, drop in three drops each of the mix-in ingredients: anti-inflammatory Turmeric Root and healing Cranberry Seed, which is packed with hydrating omegas and vitamin E, and primes your skin to receive oncoming antioxidants.


This next part is the best part — just stir, apply, and repeat. In less than three days of using the balm (after cleansing), all of my Vegas-related skin woes (like redness, and irritated patches of raw skin) were a distant memory. Above all, making the formula myself rather than reaching for a ready-made remedy felt like a form of self-care. I felt invested and free to relax to the max while my skin drank up this homemade superfood salve.

Which recipe should we stir up next? Tell us on Pinterest!

Featured photos via Jessica Ourisman.

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