Top 5 Organic and Cruelty-Free Beauty Products (On a Budget!)

Essential organic and natural beauty products that won’t blow your budget.

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Lush Herbalism Cleasner [image source: weekendramblings.com], crowd ink, crowdink, crowdink.com, crowdink.com.au
Lush Herbalism Cleasner [image source: weekendramblings.com]

For those of you who think that organic and natural beauty products are way out of your price range, you have been fooled. Here are 5 essential beauty and skincare products to try that won’t cost you your kidney. And best of all, they are not tested on animals and are much better for the environment.

  1. Sukin

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Sukin [image source: rescu.com.au]
Sukin is an Australian-made and owned natural skin and hair care company that produces high quality products at an affordable price. Sukin products contain botanical extracts, essential oils and a number of other natural products leaving no room for any sulphates, parabens, harsh detergents, or synthetic fragrances. Sukin’s Revitalising Facial Scrub is a great product to try and comes in at just under the ten dollar mark at $9.95 online. The main ingredients of this exfoliating scrub include walnut shell, bamboo, and rose hip oil. Other Sukin products include shampoos and conditioners, body washes, face moisturises and hand creams. All Sukin products are available to purchase on their website and at various pharmacies.

  1. Warbotanicals

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Warbotanicals Clay Mask [image source: onlykindnessmatters.com.au]
Known for its wellbeing and organic ingredients, Warbotanicals is an essential, cruelty-free beauty brand for you and your bathroom. The vegetarian and vegan Green Tea Clay Mask should definitely be on your list of things to buy. It is suitable for all skin types and especially for those of you who suffer from acne. The Green Tea Clay Mask is only $10 online and can also be found at various local health food and speciality stores.

  1. Lush

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Lush Herbalism Cleasner [image source: weekendramblings.com]
Lush is definitely known as one of the more mainstream beauty brands that have everything to offer from cleansers, to shampoos to foundations. Their Herbalism Cleanser is a great product for those of you who have oily skin. Not only is it a facial cleanser to help clear your pores, it gently exfoliates using ground almonds and revives your skin with rosemary. The Herbalism Cleanser is available online and in stores around the globe for $17.50 per 100 grams.

  1. Go-To

Go-To Lip Products [image source: http://www.gotoskincare.com/natural-skincare/pinky-nudey-lips], crowd ink, crowdink, crowdink.com, crowdink.com.au
Go-To Lip Products [image source: http://www.gotoskincare.com/natural-skincare/pinky-nudey-lips]
Go-To is an online cruelty-free skincare brand owned and founded by Zoe Foster Blake that creates all natural beauty products for your face which your skin will love you for. Blake’s Go-To lip products are especially popular and will provide deep restoration and hydration for your lips. Both the Lips! and (Pink-Nudey) Lips! are available to purchase on the official website.

  1. ECO COCO

Eco Coco Hair Treatment [image source: ecococo.com.au], crowd ink, crowdink, crowdink.com, crowdink.com.au
Eco Coco Hair Treatment [image source: ecococo.com.au]
Known for its natural hair and body products that contains 100% certified organic coconut oil, ECO COCO is an online beauty source that has a range of shampoos and conditioners, self-tanning products, body scrubs, et cetera. However, the Eco-Coco Hydrating Hair Treatment is the product you should consider before anything else, especially for those of you with dry hair. This hair treatment contains aloe vera and Vitamin E to help strengthen your hair, while the certified organic coconut oil is designed to repair and recondition dry hair. Available for only $27.95 on the ECO COCO online store, you won’t be disappointed.

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Angela Hryc is a 24 four year old writer and editor who loves everything to do with fashion and the colour purple. Her career goal is to work as a Fashion Editor for Vogue Australia and one day establish her own bag and accessories label. Angela is currently in the process of starting up her own fashion and lifestyle blog, HrycFashion where she plans to share her stories and express her thoughts and views on the world of fashion. In her spare time, you will find Angela reading fashion magazines and books, listening to music and watching her favourite movies.