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    Default Natural cosmetic and skincare

    Hi. Does anyone use any natural organic cosmetics and skincare and have any recommendations?

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    I use MooGoo skincare, and most of my makeup is Dusty Girls, but at the moment I'm enjoying collecting new products from the Nourished Life website

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    I've been using Trilogy skincare, haven't changed my makeup yet tho so will be following along for suggestions

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    Is the dustygirl make up good?
    Is it good qualty?
    Their prices seem pretty good

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    I use MooGoo skincare, and most of my makeup is Dusty Girls, but at the moment I'm enjoying collecting new products from the Nourished Life website

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    @Pinklinlin I am getting very into natural
    Skincare and makeup as I am very troubled by all the chemicals in big brand cosmetics and the side effects they have been shown to produce. I have recently switched to nude by nature for most of my makeup, it's well priced and although I'm sure there are more natural / organic options out there it is still much better than the big brands. No parabens, phthalates or other nasties like that. I have also started trying some of the 100% pure range but their cosmetics are a bit more expensive.
    I am also keen to try Dusty Girls makeup!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pinklinkin View Post
    Is the dustygirl make up good?
    Is it good qualty?
    Their prices seem pretty good
    Yes, I really like it. I have all of their products in the shades that suit me. I particularly like the lip shine and the blush. All very easy to apply, I do find the earth cream and mineral foundation a bit dry on my skin (it's super dry and sensitive) but I just make sure I've done some extra moisturising before putting it on.

    Switching to the MooGoo oil cleanser is the best thing I ever did!

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    I'd recommend natural and organic beauty teas and whole food beauty supplements which I purchased from Love Beauty Foods. They use nutrient dense ingredients which are known to have beauty benefits that help from the inside out!

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    Another fan of Dusty Girls/ Moo goo here! Particularly the earth cream, bronzer, blush & mascara.

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    Jurlique is an Australian skin care brand, they have a biodynamic farm in the Adelaide hills in south Australia.

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    Jurlique is a Japanese brand now.

    I use Bio-Pacific for skincare and Silk Oil of Morocco for makeup. (I am not affiliated with either. I am a consumer).

    Both Australian family owned businesses, both focus on the vegan, cruelty free and organic aspects and both very affordable and they work. I would recommend The Body Shop (as I used to be a huge user of their products) but even though they claim they're cruelty free, they are owned by L'Oréal who is not cruelty free and they also sell in China which, in order to be able to sell cosmetics there, you have to test.


 

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