My top choices for organic cosmetics come from 100% Pure. All of their products are made from gluten free products and fruit for the pigments rather than dyes, oils, and other things that aren’t good for your skin. Each of these items has their unique benefits for each area of your face.
Organic cosmetics such as these don’t leave your face feeling as if you have mud packs on your face throughout the day.
Organic 100% Brightening Concealer $19
For those who have dark circles under your eyes, this fruit pigmented brightening concealer will help hide those circles along with evening out skin tone. It is a caffeine rich green tea and coffee that helps brighten your skin. After all, green tea is a healthy way to promote your health including your skin.
100% Pure Everywhere Concealer $25
Rather than just fixing those dark circles under your eyes, you should also have a concealer for the rest of your face that covers imperfections on the skin that you won’t want others to see.
Healthy Skin Foundation With Super Fruits Spf 20 $35
Rather than having oily based creams to put on your face or synthetic dyes that you can’t pronounce three-fourths of them, use this matte cream foundation. It also adds another layer of nourishment for your skin with antioxidants. This foundation offers a sun screen mixed into it for aid in not sunburning. This only comes in peach bisque.
Fruit Pigmented Blush $28
There’s a variety of shades with this group of blushes. I’m not sure I could stop at one or two. There are light to dark colors. You will also find brighter blushes.
Lip Butter $15
The lip butters have organic avocado, cocoa butters, and shea to help keep your lips moisturized throughout the day. Apply this before applying a glaze to give your lips a deep color.
Organic Lip Glazes $18
If you’re not into the lip butters, you can always get with the glazes in a variety of colors. With these you can refresh your lips on the go.
Organic Powder Eyeshadow $17
All of the eye shadows are earth -tones with darker berry colors. I prefer the earth tones over the purple, greens, and blues found in some lines of eye shadows.
Organic Eyeliners $25
They have three styles of eye liners rather than two like most companies. You have your standard pencil eyeliner, brush in a tube, and liner in a jar. The jar liner is unique enough to where you can use your own liner brush to apply. With this route, if the brush is ruined, you don’t lose the whole container like the screw top lid with brush. As for the pencil style, you have to sharpen when it becomes dull.
Organic Mascara $21
The mascara is the only item that has a blue in it to give your style a change-up for different occasions or moods. While I’m not fond of the blue and green eye shadows, the blueberry mascara doesn’t bother me because it’s a dark enough shade that it doesn’t stand out as much as the shadows.
EyeBrow Powder Gel $18
If you want to give your brows a more even look, the brow powder gel can help with that. Also, I know ladies who use this due to thinning brows or now brows at all due to chemo.
These are my top 10 suggestions for organic cosmetics. While you’re on their site, check out their facial cleansers, bath and body products, and brushes.