CELEB-APPROVED ORGANIC CARE FOR 2017

Jessica Alba, Miranda Kerr, Drew Barrymore…what do these three ladies have in common? Well, other than the fact that they’re globally recognised celebrities, they’re also known for their exceptional beauty. And if you thought that that’s just a coincidence, you thought wrong.

These ladies, as well as a few other individuals that we’re going to mention in this article are strict supporters of the organic movement and have completely embraced nature in all its glory. Of course, with their status and name, they’ve also decided to step up the game by launching lines of organic beauty products designed for anyone willing to introduce a bit of nature into their lives.


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// Jessica Alba – The Honest Company

The Golden Globe nominated actress globally praised for her many movie and TV roles is also recognized not only for her beauty, but for her dedication to her children. This exactly has urged Jessica to lunch The Honest Company in the collaboration with Christopher Gavigan, a former CEO and a best-selling book author. Their goal was to create a range of effective, safe, eco-friendly and affordable products both for babies and adults. They say that they are doers and by the looks of it, they’ve certainly done it.


// Miranda Kerr – Kora Organics

The first Australian Victoria’s Secret Angel, Miranda Kerr, decided to develop a range of organic skincare products that would replenish and nurture the skin; thus, Kora Organics were born. According to their website, the products are nutrient-rich, purifying formulas designed to give your skin a beautiful, healthy glow.


// Rudolf Hauschka - Dr Hauschka

Rudolf Hauschka began as a developer of natural medicine in 1935. The same year he started his first company, which was forced to relocate more than a few times, because of the ban and imprisonment by the Nazi Party. Of course, years after, he decided to stay true to his path and has launched dr Hauschka, a range of natural skincare products named, which are globally recognised as one of the leading brands in organic and natural skincare products.


Drew Barrymore on Marie Claire April 2016 Cover by David Slijper

// Drew Barrymore – Flower

American actor, model, director, author, producer and from recently, a launcher of cruelty-free, botanical-infused, luxury makeup. Drew has taken it upon herself to advertise her products and her company named FLOWER, so that every penny would go into formulas and packaging of these high-end, yet affordable organic products.


// Alicia Silverstone – Eco Tools

You probably know her from Aerosmith’s music video Crazy, in which she appeared alongside Liv Tyler, but since then, Alicia Silverstone has made great progress as an animal rights and environmental activist. From that, she managed to create the line Eco Tools, a range of bath and spa products, makeup and hair brushes, but also videos, guides and makeup tutorials with only one goal – to empower true beauty. We probably don’t have to note that all of these products are cruelty and tree free, made of recycled bamboo and other recycled materials.


 

// Rose Marie Swift – RMS Beauty

A prominent makeup artist that has been featured in Vogue, Allure, Harper’s Bazaar, Glamour, Elle and other equally recognised beauty magazines, Rose Marie Swift has worked alongside many famous celebrities. Because of the health issues she experienced, which have proven to be a result of toxins and chemicals from different types of beauty products, she decided to create RMS Beauty, a line of organic colour cosmetics, in order to protect other women from the dangers of harmful compounds in traditional skincare products.

Getting a hold of healthy, safe, certified and affordable skincare products wasn’t always easy. Fortunately, there are those who decided to take advantage of their fame and fortune and create organic and natural products available for anyone who was willing to upgrade their beauty routine.

Story by Mia Taylor
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