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7 Organic Ingredients Your Skin Loves


Skincare products are only as good as the ingredients they contain. That’s why people love organic skincare — it’s better for you, inside and out. Using products with all-natural ingredients will ensure that your skin is healthy and glowing.

Whether you use them on their own or as part of an organic product, you can easily improve the overall look of your skin. Here’s a list of my seven favorite organic ingredients. Which ones do you use in your skincare routine?

Coconut Oil

Good for your hair and great for your skin, coconut oil is a multi-purpose oil. It can work wonders.

It is especially good for keeping dry skin moisturized. It also has anti-inflammatory properties and can help with a large number of skin conditions including acne and eczema. It can even be used as a makeup remover and hair conditioner. When consumed, coconut oil can soothe your gut.

Find it in: Body Butter, Sun-Up Before Sun Protector, Body Wash Bar

Tea Tree Oil

Tea tree oil is the best essential oil for sensitive skin. It has strong anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and anti-fungal properties. Tea tree oil effectively helps keep skin clean and healthy. It also helps soothe or eliminate any skin afflictions, including acne, rosacea and eczema.

Tea tree oil contains phytochemicals, which can aid in treating fungal skin conditions. This oil is hypoallergenic, so it’s suitable for nearly everyone.

Find it in: Torn Up Skin Repair, Normal to Oily Face Toner, Banished Blemish Serum

Himalayan Sea Salt

Do you have this ingredient in your pantry? Himalayan sea salt can do more than just season your dish to perfection. Paired with a number of different skin-loving ingredients, this sea salt has anti-inflammatory properties, helps balance production of sebum in skin, and removes dead skin cells.

Himalayan sea salt is also high in essential nutrients such as magnesium, potassium, sodium and calcium that are great for your skin’s health.

Find it in: Ocean Face Wash

Argan Oil

Argan oil is hailed as ‘liquid gold.’ It has achieved a status that few other natural oils have. Argan oil is rich in Omega 6, vitamin A, vitamin E and various antioxidants that nourish hair and skin. It is great for aiding in the removal of scar tissue, sores and burns. It can also lighten age spots or dark spots and soothe skin conditions such as psoriasis and eczema.

Find it in: Beyond Face Serum, Coffee Bean Face Serum, Gruff Beard Oil

Jojoba Oil

Jojoba oil is one of the most common carrier oils. It is extremely moisturizing and has anti-inflammatory and healing properties. Jojoba oil is great for healing scar tissue, getting rid of dark spots or age spots, and soothing skin conditions such as psoriasis and eczema.

Find it in: Bare Face Moisturizer, Hand Repair

Shea Butter

Shea butter is like a treat for your skin to keep it healthy and glowing. It is anti-inflammatory and amazingly moisturizing. Shea butter is gentle enough for even sensitive skin.

Regular use of shea butter helps reduce stretch marks. It can also aid in recovery from redness, flakiness and peeling skin. Massaging skin with shea butter aids in good circulation by helping blood vessels directly under the dermis. 

Find it in: Body Butter, One Leg Up Shaving Cream, Sun-Down After Sun Moisturizer

Aloe Vera

While many people turn to aloe vera to treat burns and cuts, this ingredient is also great for everyday use. It deeply moisturizes and soothes irritated skin.

Aloe vera can help heal scars, dark spots and damage caused by sun exposure. It also has anti-aging properties, so it can easily keep your skin looking youthful.

Find it in: Earth Face Wash, Banished Face Wash


What is your favorite?

Do you see how easy it is to be all-natural all the time? Which ingredient is your favorite? Which one do you want to start using? Leave a comment below! I’d love to hear from you.

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