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So, what does ‘clean beauty’ actually mean? Although still open to interpretation, the main aim of the game for clean beauty products is that they’re free of toxins – ensuring there’s no ingredients which could give harmful health effects. For instance, ingredients such as parabens, sulphates and phlalate – to name a couple.


As a huge trend currently encapsulating the beauty world, it’s not just what we put on our skin that’s setting out to be healthier. Our favourite beauty brands are working their hardest to ensure the packaging of our products become more eco-friendly and sustainable.

Here’s a rundown of some of our favourite ‘clean beauty’ products, bursting with good-for-skin ingredients and benefits…


Elemis Pro-collagen rose cleansing balm




The no.1 best-selling cleanser, with an added infusion of English rose. Whilst free of mineral oil, parabens and SLS, the elderberry, starflower and OptiMega oils nourish and sooth the skin for a soft, hydrated appearance.


Bobbi Brown Extra balm

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Cleanse away makeup and dirt at the end of each day with this super rich cleansing balm. The combined glycerine and olive oil work together as the dream team to leave skin feeling smooth and refreshed, with its vibrant citrus scent.



Clarins Re-boost Moisturiser



If you haven’t tried the new My Clarins collection, then where have you been? The new vegan-friendly and skin-saving range has made sure to pack only the most natural ingredients that are great for skin. Plus, if that’s not good enough itself, all of the boxes are created from cardboard derived from sustainably managed-forests. For all skin types, but also available for both dry and oily skin.


Origins Dr Weil Mega-Mushroom range

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Believed to have life-extending qualities, the magic of the Reishi Mushroom lies in its 7000 year history of use. Used in traditional Chinese medicine to improve health, it’s also super calming, relieves redness and promotes skin’s smoothness.


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Spoil skin with a honey and almond-oil enriched scrub, as the melting sugar grains deeply cleanses any dirt and debris. Not only does the infused rose water smell delicious, but it’ll leave skin satisfyingly smooth, too.


bareMinerals Skinlongevity anti-ageing night cream

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Not only is this gel-like night cream enriched with brightening and nourishing ingredients such as long-life herb and California poppy, but it's free of parabens and sulfates too. Pair it with the lightweight eye gel cream for the ultimate radiance-booster.



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Elemis Pro Collagen Balm has been my favourite in the Ememis range for a few years now until the rose version came out, can't wait to try the new neroili one. I have been using Elemis for good part of 17 years and love the brand, gentle rose exfoliator was the product that made me want to exfoliate as I didn't use to exfoliate before that. The whole range is great, I just love love love Elemis. 

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Is it ok to be in love with all of these? @DaisyCR Woman Very HappyHeart

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Oo I would love to try the Origins...Interesting




All these products sound so good 😍 I just bought the “take the day off” balm by Clinique can’t wait to try it 


@DaisyCR  I have the Lancôme sugar scrub and I absolutely live it! It’s very gentle. 

I would love to try the Bobby Brown balm 😍


I so need to try Out the Elemis and origins 😍❤️

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all sound fabulous, a great selection of products x