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All-Natural Hair and Skin Products You Need to Try

We whittled down these natural winners from dozens of entries. Each one is luxurious to use, smells great, and -- hallelujah! -- really performs.

honest beauty shampoo and conditioner
Photography by: Peter Ardito

Shampoo & Conditioner

Honest Beauty Beyond Hydrated shampoo and conditioner, $20 each,


Clean claims: No sulfates, no silicone (a chemical that provides “slip”), no parabens, no synthetic fragrances or dyes.

A rave review: “Typically, sulfate-free shampoos don’t produce a lot of lather, but this citrusy formula still felt rich. Once my hair was conditioned and dried, I was pleasantly surprised by how light and bouncy it felt.”

grown alchemist body lotion
Photography by: Peter Ardito

Body Lotion

Grown Alchemist Mandarin and Rosemary Leaf Body Cream, $67,


Clean claims: Vegan, cruelty-free, sulfate-free, paraben-free. Packaged in bottles made from PET, a recyclable plastic.


A rave review: “Texture is important. It can’t be thick or goopy, or take a long time to dry. This fresh-smelling cream absorbed and nourished my dry skin immediately.”

ren bio anti-aging cream
Photography by: Peter Ardito

Anti-Aging Cream

Ren Bio Retinoid Anti-Ageing Cream, $65,


Clean claims: No synthetic fragrances or colors, silicone, mineral oil, or petrolatum (the last two are petrochemicals).


A rave review: “No matter how dull or splotchy my skin looked at the end of the day, this calmed it on contact. After a few weeks, my face felt smoother and more supple, and the unevenness was gone.”

barbar eco hairdryer
Photography by: Peter Ardito

Hair Dryer

Barbar Eco 8000 blow dryer, $150,


Clean claims: This 1,100-watt, ceramic-heated green machine provides the heat and power of an 1,800-watt but uses 40 percent less energy.


A rave review: “It was really lightweight, and actually had more oomph than the much fancier (and more expensive) dryer I’ve used for years.”

weleda wild rose deodorant
Photography by: Peter Ardito


Weleda Wild Rose Deodorant, $14,


Clean claims: Free of synthetic preservatives and fragrances.


A rave review: “After developing a painful allergy to the conventional deodorant I had been using for years, I switched to a solid natural formula. I’d been skeptical about spray deodorants, but was thrilled that this one smelled great and lasted.”


Ellis Brooklyn Rrose, $100,


Clean claims: Paraben- and phthalate-free; made from sustainably sourced fragrance oils. Has environmentally friendly packaging.


A rave review: “Rose scents can be polarizing, but this mix of centifolia rose and Sicilian lemon is effervescent and uplifting. It’s modern and complex -- not what you’d expect from a natural perfume.”


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