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9 Natural Skincare Brands to Help You Get Your Glow On

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Most cosmetic products out there these days contain chemicals and harmful additives that do more harm than good to your skin. 

One of the advantages of seeking out local brands for your skin care needs is that they are made in small batches and far more likely to prioritize quality and natural ingredients.

We’ve rounded up a list of our favorites so that you can glow up while supporting Houston brands!

Burgess Mercantile

Burgess Mercantile supplies an assortment of products that are vegan and cruelty free. Their skin and beard care products are made fresh using plant based products. Their products are available online, but you can also find them at the Heights Sunday Market every week!

 

 
 
 
 
 
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MC Shave Gear

MC Shave Gear is known for their handcrafted soaps and luxurious body products. They have all sorts of soaps and lotions, but have also developed a skin-care line exclusively for men! 

Their edge-grain and end-grain wood cutting boards, wood pens, and men’s shaving gear from domestic and exotic woods make for great gifts or a decadent addition to your daily routine.

Please check them out and tell them we sent you!

Switch2Pure

Switch2Pure formulates non-toxic performance-based skincare rooted in natural and organic ingredients. They offer wellness consulting in-person and online to help every customer optimize their immunity.

Their Wellery + Spa right here in Houston provides facial treatments, organic spray tanning, wellness consults and more! 

Minimo Skincare

Minimo specializes in natural skincare that treats hyperpigmentation, dark spots from breakouts, and uneven skin tone. 

You can pay them a visit at their Houston storefront, but their website also has a map of all the places to find their products.

Sunday Riley

Sunday Riley is a now well established skincare line that focuses on botanical formulas based in science. All of their products are small batch, sustainable, cruelty free, and are composed of clean formulas. They also have a super informative lifestyle blog that covers way more than just your beauty routine!

Holly Hall Supply Co.

Holly Hall Supply Co. was founded by a father and sons trio of skincare experts. What started as a humble dermatology practice has now evolved into a company creating effective yet easy-to-use products with simple ingredients.

Check them out if you are looking to support a truly local and family-operated establishment!

Parry Botanicals

Parry Botanicals focuses on skincare products and mineral makeup. Their products boast a long list of 100% natural ingredients and pure botanical seed extracts, and are fragrance and dye free with no parabens and no animal testing.

Ten Sky Care

 
 
 
 
 
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TEN Skyncare prides themselves on high quality ingredients that are non-toxic, natural, and 100-percent cruelty-free.

We love that you can shop by skin type! The whole experience feels super personalized. They work directly with beauty labs and manufacturers that produce clean, organic, and vegan skincare ingredients made to tackle issues for all ages and skin types.

Drunk Elephant

Drunk Elephant is an irritant-free skincare brand focused on isolating the most effective ingredients that directly benefit the health of the skin. 

All of their recipes are naturally recognized by the skin and easily absorbed. We thought the theory about the suspicious 6 on their website was eye-opening and their cult following has us thinking we should incorporate some of their smoothies into our skin care routine!

Do you have a favorite Houston-based natural skin care brand we missed? Let us know in the comments!

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