Rosemary and Mint Organic Soap
Treat your bathroom sink to something special—like this sweet smelling, all-natural soap that soothes dry skin (thanks to several essential oils). This soap's blend of rosemary, eucalyptus, and spearmint makes it both cleansing for skin and soothing to smell. Plus, the company is “organic” through and through—from using all-natural ingredients to investing in wind energy for storefronts.
To buy: $12, skinnyskinny.com.
Hydrating Coconut Gel Mask
After a long week, your skin needs some R&R, and a 25-minute facemask is sure to do the trick. This pick comes from Farmacy, a New York-based company committed to creating natural, farm-grown skincare products. The mask contains all natural ingredients, including purple broccoli and coconut gel. The vitamin- and mineral-rich mask works to brighten and hydrate skin.
To buy: $24 for three, sephora.com.
Geranium and Vetiver Skin Stick
Created by California herbalists, Earth Tu Face started in 2010 and contains 100 percent plant-based products. This skin stick is a triple threat: use it on skin, lips, or body to heal chapped, dry skin. Beeswax and olive oil helps prevent further irritation.
To buy: $34, earthtuface.com.
Fig & Yarrow Cardamom Coffee Body Scrub
Treat your body (and wake it up with the smell of coffee) with this all-natural exfoliant. Scoop out a sizable amount, and massage over skin with a bit of warm water. The caffeine helps tighten skin, while the cardamom essential oil tricks your senses into thinking you’re at the spa. Formulary 55 started out as a small farmer’s market beauty stand, and now sells at more than 500 retailers.
To buy: $42, formulary55.com.
Strawberry Rhubarb Hyaluronic Serum
For those with sensitive skin or major allergies, this nut- and soy-free serum will rehydrate skin that's been dried out by cold weather. Keep it at your desk and apply a thin layer a few times a day (no more than three), and feel good knowing it contains wholesome ingredients, like strawberry, rhubarb, and honey.
To buy: $48, dermstore.com.