The best natural beauty products
From left to right: Ren Vita Mineral Active 7 Eye Gel, $48. Linden Leaves Eye rescue serum, $50. Trilogy Eye Contour Cream, $49. Rosehip plus rosehip oil skin boost roll-on, $13. Plantae Avocado Pear eye contour cream, $41.
Ren Vita Mineral Active 7 Eye Gel: This gel cools, revives and brightens that sometimes troublesome eye area. You can wear it under or over your makeup too.
Linden Leaves Eye rescue serum: If you suffer from morning puffiness, then this one is for you. The soothing roller ball, which doles out the serum, will instantly revive tired eyes. On top of that, the organic white tea will nourish sensitive skin, while grapeseed oil will hydrate.
Trilogy Eye Contour Cream: Trilogy's trademarked ingredient Rosapene is mixed with aloe vera and acai to reduce puffiness and smooth those fine lines.
Rosehip plus rosehip oil skin boost roll-on: We love a roll-on because they're so easy to navigate around the eye area. With rosehip oil as its hero ingredient, this product is great for fine lines but also any scarring or dry patches.
Plantae Avocado Pear eye contour cream: This certified organic offering is great for reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. It uses a blend of cold-pressed New Zealand-grown avocado pear and borage seed oils with blackcurrant leaf and pine bark complex, which works to hydrate and protect the delicate skin around the eye.
Clockwise from left: Dr Hauschka Revitalising Hair & Scalp Tonic, $41. O&M Maintain the Mane A Daily Ritual shampoo and conditioner, $39 each. Naturgin Permanent Hair Colours, $35. Naturica Moisturising Defense Mask. Davines Volu Hair Mist, $39.50.
Clockwise from left: Oasis beauty fruit smoothie face mask, $40. Evolu Facial Serum, $65. Goodness Every Evening Cream, $24. Go-to exfoliating swipeys, $50. Antipodes Vanilla Pod Hydrating Day Cream, $58.50.
From left to right: Ingrid starnes body cleanser, $49. Sukin Wellbeing Body Oil, $24.50. Olive Oatmeal soap bar, $10.