Green beauty on a budget|Under 15 dollars each

Because it isn’t always super easy to find non-toxic products in the drugstore (and many of them aren’t as natural as they claim to be), going all natural can get kind of pricey if you don’t know where to look.

I actually do find great deals quite often, and I’m working on a post all about where I like to shop for my products.  In the meantime, I thought that I’d feature some wonderful products that are all under $15 to show you that going non-toxic doesn’t have to be expensive.

 

Green beauty products under 15 dollars each

 

1. Giovanni Sugar Scrub Hot Chocolate ($8.59)

2. Honeybee Gardens Truly Natural Mascara ($7.99)

3. Everyday Minerals She’s Delightful Eyeshadow- Baby ($5.00)

4. Everyday Minerals Semi-Matte Mineral Base ($14.00)

5. Pacifica Beauty Radiant Shimmer Coconut Multiples ($14.00)

6. 100% Pure Cherry Lip Balm ($6.00)

7. Aubrey Organics Silken Earth Powder Blush in Warmed Rose ($10.16)

Non-toxic beauty products under 15 dollars

8. Gabriel Eyeliner ($12.00)

9. MyChelle Little Kisses Lipstick in Wink ($8.79)

10. Silk Naturals Close-Up Illuminating Powder ($9.95)

11. 100% Pure Body Cream in Coconut ($13.49)

12. SpaRitual Nail Lacquer in The Giving Tree ($10.00)

 

Do you have a budget beauty find?  Share it below!

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8 Comments

  1. The coconut body cream looks fabulous!

    • It is the best!!! I also love the vanilla bean. The 100% Pure body creams smell so good, and they are the most moisturizing creams ever. I highly recommend them!

  2. This is EXACTLY what I needed because I was actually going to come to you for tips on places to shop for “green makeup”. Although, I still might come to you! haha. I’m looking for a tinted moisturizer, I was thinking Sephora, unless you have any other recommendations!

    • Oh, I am so glad that I can help! I have so much fun doing my green beauty posts. 🙂 You can definitely find some good things at Sephora. I like Josie Maran and Tarte. Another good place to start is by looking on sites like Vitacost. I am actually using a paraben free CC cream that is basically like a tinted moisturizer, and it is by Physician’s Formula. It isn’t 100% natural, but it is better than a lot of other things you’ll find at the drugstore.

  3. I’m a fan of indie brands for that, because you have a chance to talk to the maker (at craft shows, or via email) and find out exactly where their stuff is. One of the reasons I started Printcess was because I couldn’t find mineral eye shadows without irritants, petroleum byproducts, and animal products like carmine and pearl powder (even in companies that are cruelty-free!). I’ve always thought doing leg work is worth having to hunt a bit to find non-toxis products. It’d be great if they were all in one store, though! 🙂

  4. Several of these brands and products are new to me so I’ll be looking forward to you post on where you shop to find these goodies!!

  5. I’ve been getting more into ‘green’ things lately. Do you know if any of these are especially good for oily skin? My face gets greasy very quickly throughout the day, so I’m looking for some products that will help out with that.

  6. Thanks for all the suggestions! I have been wanting to get more natural make up products and your list was so helpful. Love it.

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