These Editor-Loved Natural Beauty Products Are on Sale Right Now
The site is having its biggest natural beauty sale of the year.
This article originally appeared on People.com.
There are many health and environmental benefits to “clean up” your beauty routine with natural products, but Dermstore is giving you one more reason to completely go green. Right now the site is having its biggest natural beauty sale of the year, offering the best in green skin and haircare products at 20 percent off. Just enter GREENBEAUTY at checkout and enjoy 20 percent off through September 24. Check out what our editors will be buying with the discount.
Alex Apatoff, Deputy Style Director: I started using this when I was pregnant and trying a more nontoxic beauty routine. It’s really hard to find a natural makeup remover that works, but this one really did, and didn’t aggravate my skin like more traditional ones do. I’m four months postpartum but still haven’t given it up.
To buy: Korres Greek Yoghurt 3-in-1, $19.20 (originally $24); dermstore.com
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Colleen Kratofil, Style Writer-Reporter: I’ve been using the same (non natural) body wash for years so I’ve been looking for a new (healthier) alternative. And since I’m a huge fan of Ren’s face masks, I’m psyched to try out its Moroccan Rose Otto Body Wash. I’m sure this soothing rosewater cleanser will leave my skin as soft and refreshed as the masks do.
To buy: Ren Moroccan Rose Otto Body Wash, $22.40 (originally $28) dermstore.com
Emily Kirkpatrick, Associate Style News Editor: Working in the style department of a magazine comes with its fair share of perks, predominately in the form of more free beauty products than you can shake a stick at. So in turn, my own personal skincare regime has grown exponentially from straight up soap and water to a full-blown, rigorous morning and night routine. And at the center of my multi-pronged approach to a flawless complexion is an endless amount of serums of every kind. So I figured this sale would be the perfect time to stock up on even more oils to add to my arsenal, especially one that promises to take my face to the next level of radiant.
To buy: Juicy Beauty Organic Treatment Oil, $30.40 (originally $38); dermstore.com
Jackie Fields, Beauty Editor: This isn’t the first — and won’t be the last time I sound off on body scrubs. After all, I go through more of them than any other product in my ongoing search for the perfect texture. Some granules are so large, I swear they’re actually tearing up the surface of my skin. Then there’s the good-for-you factor, which a lot of exfoliators surprisingly lack. It shouldn’t be hard to scrub that leaves skin silky-soft and isn’t packed with nasty stuff. That’s where this jar comes in. It’s a sugar-based, but actually feels like it’s sloughing off dead skin. Another plus, it contains easily recognizable ingredients that don’t require a dictionary to decipher.
To buy: Herbivore Botanicals Coco Rose Coconut Oil Body Polish, $28.80 (originally $36); dermstore.com
Brittany Talarico, Senior Style Editor: I used to think serums were too greasy to use on my acne-prone skin, but then a friend told me about this Juara formula that not only helps reduce the appearance of fine lines, but also evens out skin tone and can even help with acne cars without causing breakouts. Now it’s at the top of my skincare rotation. (I’ll try anything to put off Botox for the next few years.)
To buy: Juara Clove Flower and Turmeric Anti-Aging Serum, $56 (originally $70); dermstore.com
Sarah Ball, Fashion Market Editor: My skin is complicated — it’s oily one minute and dry the next, but this Micro-Exfoliant Deep Hydrating Scrub really does the fix. The micro-fine jojoba beads really get rid of any and all dirt and dead skin (yet are gentle enough that they don’t irritate my sensitive skin), while the the aloe smoothens and keeps my skin looking hydrated.
To buy: Luzern Laboratories Micro-Exfoliant Deep Hydrating Scrub, $35.72 (originally $42); dermstore.com
Jillian Ruffo, Associate Beauty Editor: I’ve sworn by this super rich cleansing balm for years as a way to keep my skin hydrated during winter months. The oil-based (but not greasy!) formula takes off everything from mascara to foundation, and then lathers up to wash everything away as soon as you add water. Not to mention the soothing eucalyptus scent, which instantly transforms your bathroom sink into a relaxing spa-like experience.
To buy: Eve Lom Cleanser, $40 (originally $50), dermstore.com
Lindy Segal, Style Social Editor: There’s something incredibly soothing about putting these eye gels on, even on my most rushed mornings (especially on my most rushed mornings). On those days when you (or your face) just cannot, simply apply them under your eyes first thing, then feel the tingly coolness calm any puffiness while you brush your teeth, eat breakfast, trip over that pile of clothes you’ve been meaning to clean for weeks, etc. They’re a simple luxury for even your least-glam moments, and I can’t recommend them enough.
To buy: skyn Iceland Hydro Cool firming eye gels (8 count), $24 (originally $30); dermstore.com
Kaitlyn Frey, Style & Beauty Assistant: It’s fitting that this luxurious face oil has the word “everything” in its name, since I use it for just that. Whether I slather it on at night before bed, tap it into dry patches under my makeup or (yes!) mix it into my foundation, this oil always gives me a healthy glow.
To buy: Honest Beauty Everything Organic Facial Oil, $44 (originally $55); dermstore.com
Kami Phillips, E-Commerce Editor: I’m all about skincare products that help prevent wrinkles – especially around my eyes. But this serum not only combats aging skin and fine lines but also helps to reduce sagging, firms and lifts, and helps to get rid of dark circles. Using this twice a day brightens my eyes and helps to revitalize my skin even on my most tired looking days.
To buy: Korres 3D Sculpting Firming & Lifting Super Eye Serum, $52 (orig. $65); dermstore.com