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Adore Beauty has handpicked this range of natural, organically certified skincare products.

 

What is certified organic skin care?

Organic regulations & practices are still not regulated in Australia, meaning that products are not required to adhere to any codes of practice. This is exactly why consumers should look out for ‘certified organic’ products with a certification logo.

 

The great news is that you don’t have to change your beauty regimen. All your favourite types of skincare - BB cream, lip care, anti-aging serums, moisturiser, body lotions and more - have been certified organic!

 

Does certified organic mean non-toxic?

Certified organic products use natural ingredients that are grown and processed under a strict code of cleanliness, with no pesticides or fertilizers, and no genetically modified organisms.

 

By contrast, the term ‘non-toxic’ is mostly marketing speak. It denotes that the skincare product may have avoided using ingredients known to cause issues but is not bound by regulation.

 

Therefore, while certified organic skincare products do remove the harmful petrochemicals and toxins, it pays to read the active ingredients to gauge if they have any ingredients you are sensitive to.

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SALT BY HENDRIX Jade Face Roller

$33.95

$33.95

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4.3 of 21 reviews

Eco Tan Glory Oil 30ml

$49.95

$49.95

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4.5 of 12 reviews

Weleda Skin Food Lip Balm 8ml

$12.95

$12.95

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4 of 5 reviews

KORA Organics - Foaming Cleanser 100ml

$39.95

$39.95

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4.6 of 13 reviews

KORA Organics Noni Radiant Eye Oil

$49.95

$49.95

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KORA Organics Noni Glow Sleeping Mask

$59.95

$59.95

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3.9 of 25 reviews

Inika Certified Organic BB Cream

$59.00

$59.00

4.2 of 23 reviews

Eco Tan Super Citrus Cleanser 175ml

$29.95

$29.95

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4.3 of 4 reviews

KORA Organics Noni Glow Face Balm

$29.95

$29.95

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4.4 of 15 reviews

KORA Organics Daily Ritual Kit - Oily/Combination

$44.95

$44.95

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4.3 of 13 reviews

KORA Organics Noni Glow Body Oil

$79.95

$79.95

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4.4 of 11 reviews

Eco Tan Super Fruit Hydrator 50ml

$39.95

$39.95

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4 of 7 reviews

Dr. Bronner Castile Liquid Soap - Lavender 946ml

$34.95

$34.95

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4.7 of 29 reviews

Antipodes Avocado Oil & Rosehip Divine Face Oil

$29.00

$29.00

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4.5 of 57 reviews

KORA Organics - Enriched Body Lotion

$49.95

$49.95

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4.9 of 11 reviews

KORA Organics Daily Ritual Kit - Dry

$44.95

$44.95

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4.6 of 15 reviews

Dr. Bronner Castile Liquid Soap - Peppermint 946ml

$34.95

$34.95

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4.4 of 24 reviews

Weleda Almond Smoothing Facial Cream

$26.95

$26.95

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4.7 of 8 reviews

Weleda Iris Hydrating Day Cream

$25.95

$25.95

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3.9 of 10 reviews

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Weleda
Weleda Pomegranate Firming Night Cream
$41.95

Not for me

I received a sample of this night cream and I'm sorry to say it's not for me. I'm mid 40's and I'd love to find a nice firming cream. I understand that firming is not something that happens instantly, so that's not my issue with this cream. My problem with it is that it was so greasy on my skin. I was hoping that it would sink in and be less greasy, but it remained really greasy all night and into the morning. This could be a good thing, I have no idea, I just know that I didn't like it at all. It looked super greasy and felt super greasy, and I wouldn't try this cream again.
Dr. Bronner's
Dr. Bronner Castile Liquid Soap - Sandalwood & Jasmine 237ml
$12.95

Nice smell

These bronner liquids work really well for some things - think handwash or foot soaks and bubble baths (as long as they’re super diluted). Personally I think they’re too stripping for washing the face or hair, they leave a film on dishes/glasses, and are not ideal for housecleaning in my personal opinion. Certainly not quite as versatile as claimed.
Dr. Bronner's
Dr. Bronner Castile Liquid Soap - Lavender 237ml
$12.95

Okay

These bronner liquids work really well for some things - think handwash or foot soaks and bubble baths (as long as they’re super diluted). Personally I think they’re too stripping for washing the face or hair, they leave a film on dishes/glasses, and are not ideal for housecleaning in my personal opinion. Certainly not quite as versatile as claimed.

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