Here’s a look at some of my favorite all-natural beauty products for pregnancy, breast feeding, and beyond. Many of these products I’d already made the switch to and loved pre-pregnancy as I worked to clean up my beauty routine. Others I’ve found more recently now that I’m pregnant with #3.
Whether you’re pregnant or looking to make the switch to more natural, non-toxic beauty products, here are some of the clean beauty products I’m loving right now:
CLEAN beauty products for pregnancy & beyond
Eye Cream: CeraVe Eye Repair Cream is clean, a great deal, and effective for just $11. Another mama friend recommended it to me, and I’ve been using it ever since. Dermatologists often say that regardless of price, most eye creams are just temporary aids for depuffing vs having a lasting impact on the skin. So, I’ve found it’s a great place to save in my beauty routine so I can spend more in other areas.
Mascara: Ilia Limitless Lash Mascara is one of the first natural beauty products I tried and loved pre-pregnancy. It adds great color and volume and is also great for sensitive eyes – aka tired mom eyes. Speaking of tired eyes, these Boiron Homeopathic Eye Drops work wonders and are much better for your eye health than your standard Clear Eyes.
Tinted Moisturizer: Drunk Elephant Umbra Tinte Physical Daily Defense, SPF 30 is my everyday go-to in lieu of a heavier foundation. It comes in one universally flattering tint and provides a great glow and necessary SPF coverage.
Lip Gloss: Kopari Coconut Lip Glossy is great for keeping your lips shiny and hydrated with 5 different tinted options. Love this product and pretty much everything from Kopari.
Nail Polish Remover: Tenoverten Rose Polish Remover is a great acetone and paraben free product fortified with natural ingredients like vitamin E, aloe, and essential oils to help remove your polish more safely. If you prefer, they make a cloth wipe version too.
Beauty Palette: RMS Beauty Signature Set in Pop is an amazing all-natural palette for at home or on the go. The palette includes a creme bronzer, luminizer, two shades of lip/check color, and a vanilla lip/skin balm. I love this product so much, it’s what inspired me to write this post so I could share! It truly makes you glow and is the perfect amount of sheer color. I especially love the Magic Luminizer as an on the go eye shadow and highlighter to add a fast glow.
Luminizer: RMS Living Luminizer is a highlighter that gives a beautiful dewy effect on the skin and truly lights you up all over. It’s celeb favorite and beauty cult classic for a reason and their best selling product. I like using the Magic Luminizer from the palette more as an eye shadow. This one is more sheer so you can use to brighten up your face and is recommended for use to accentuate cheekbones, on the bridge of your nose, inner eyes and forehead.
Deodorant: I learned about Curie All-Natural, Aluminum-Free Deodorant on one of my favorite podcasts Mom Brain, After trying and disliking MANY kinds of natural deodorants over the years, I finally found a keeper in this one! It smells nice and most importantly is effective all day long.
Lip/Cheek Tint: Tata Harper Volumizing Lip and Cheek Tint comes from a great line of natural beauty and skincare products by Tata Harper. This one is such a pretty sheer color and goes on smoothly on the lips or cheeks to add a pop of color.
Nail Polish: I also learned about TenOverTen Nail Polish through the Mom Brain podcast as one of the hosts, Daphne Oz created a custom set. The polish is long lasting and goes on smoothly, and most importantly is non-toxic and cruelty-free. It comes in such fun colors too! Additional color options linked here.
Self-Tanning Drops: These Isle of Paradise self-tanning drops are a recent discovery, so not in my initial list – but I’m a huge fan! You can add as many drops as you like to your current facial or body moisturizer to build a controlled tan over time. And best of all, there is no bad smell, and they are listed as a “clean beauty” product at Sephora. I use the light “fair” color, but have also heard of people mixing the “fair” and “medium” or using one color for their face and one for their body. You can find them on Amazon or Sephora, which currently has better prices for some tones.
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