The Best Beauty Finds at Anthropologie

As if you needed another reason to shop at Anthropologie, the store now offers a carefully curated and super impressive beauty section (with the same indie, effortlessly chic vibe as their clothing and bedding). Here, a few of our favorite finds and why we love them.

1

Kaia Naturals Juicy Bamboo Natural Facial Cleansing Cloths

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We’ve seen pack after pack of face wipes come across our desks, but none are as delicious as these. Each bamboo fiber cloth (they’re bio-degradable!) is soaked in a blend of nourishing essential oils and vitamins, along with honey, jojoba, and sunflower oil. Not only does it remove makeup, dirt, and oil, it also leaves your skin smooth and hydrated—not sticky or stripped. Bonus: They smell like fruit punch.

To buy: $16, anthropologie.com.


2

Capri Blue Volcano Hand Cream

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If you’re an Anthro regular, you’ll recognize the scent of this hand cream—they burn the matching candle in the store. Now the tropical scent goes beyond home fragrance and is available in hand cream form. Coconut oil, glycerin, and shea butter keep hands hydrated (not greasy) while the signature scent of sugared orange, lemon, and lime keeps them smelling fresh.

To buy: $18, anthropologie.com.


3

Posies & Co. Rollerball Fragrance Oil

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These little fragrance rollerballs are exactly what you would expect an Anthropologie fragrance to be: feminine, floral, soft, and dainty. They’re the perfect blend to throw on whenever you need a boost. Available in three floral scents— magnolia, plumeria, and fig—each glass bottle is infused with dried blooms and made with coconut, sunflower seed, and evening primrose oil so they won’t dry out your skin.

To buy: $18, anthropologie.com.



4

Kai Deodorant

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Most natural deodorants are too thick or not long-lasting, which is why we were happily surprised by this one from Kai (a fragrance brand known for their signature white floral scent). The aluminum-free formula is gentle enough for sensitive skin and contains vitamin E to help it go on smoothly while chamomile and witch hazel regulate moisture and keep bad smells at bay.

To buy: $24, anthropologie.com.


5

Graydon Superfood Mask + Scrub

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Create a DIY mask or scrub without doing the dirty work. These little capsules are packed with 19 superfoods (matcha green tea, shitake mushrooms, and papaya to name a few) and can be mixed into any mask, scrub, or cleanser to give skin a brightening boost whenever you need it.  Their compact shape is also great for traveling.

To buy: $39 for 20, anthropologie.com.


6

Cocovit Facial Mist

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Coconut oil can be used for nearly everything (hair mask, makeup remover, moisturizer, etc.), so it’s no surprise it’s now available in a face mist form. Whether you want to use it as a toner before moisturizer or as a mid-day refresher over makeup, this coconut water, aloe vera, witch hazel, and honeysuckle concoction leaves skin feeling nourished and smelling like a tropical vacation.

To buy: $32, anthropologie.com.



7

Mer-Sea & Co. Sugar Whip Lotion

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To get all of the indulgence of sweet cream without any of the calories, rub on this rich, whipped lotion. The blend of shea butter, coconut oil, jojoba seed oil, and vitamins melts into skin and leaves behind the light scent of warm coconut, vanilla, and sugar for a sweet treat that keeps on giving (skin is still super soft long after the formula sinks into your skin).

To buy: $28, anthropologie.com.