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The 6 best natural beauty products this season at Sephora

At this years Sephora Beauty Beats we couldn’t help but notice a very obvious beauty trend. Natural beauty. Your skin is your largest organ so its important that you pay close attention to what you’re putting on it. Here’s a round-up of the best natural beauty products that Sephora has to offer.

1. BYBI Beauty. Vegan, eco-friendly and 100% natural.

Founded by beauty blogging duo, Elise and Dominika, BYBI stands for By Beauty Insiders. They believe in creating products that you can trust that is sans chemicals and preservatives. Take their Strawberry Booster for example, it contains nothing but strawberry seed oil. Plus, most of their packaging is made from glass or sugarcane packaging.

2. Tata and Harper

Tata and Harper Skincare, take caring for the environment to the next level. each product and ingredient is grown, crafted and created on their very own farm in Vermont. Crafted with wild juniper berries and Chlorella, the Clarifying cleanser, $130 is a must-try.

3. YUNI

Yogi’s listen up, YUNI Beauty is the brand you’re about to fall in love with. Created by yogi’s for fitness and skincare addicts, their healthy and natural range will help you maximise your workout and your skincare routines. Their Shower Sheets, $22 are 100% biodegradable and are perfect for a quick refresh after the sweatiest of workouts.

4. Youth To The People

Founders and cousins Joe and Greg, take inspiration from their grandmother’s passion for healthy skin. They pair superfoods with science to bring you the latest in beauty. Bring back your youth (or hold onto it) with their Superfood Face Mask. $62.

5. KORA Organics.

Crafted by Australia’s very own Miranda Kerr, KORA Organics is made of the highest quality organic ingredients. Sourcing the best of the best, KORA is a must-try. Our fave? The Sun-Kissed Glow Body Oil, $80.

6. Skin Gym

Give your skin a workout and reap the rewards. Skin Gym wants you to add century-old skin rituals to your self-care routine. Think Rose Quartz Rollers, $53 and Gua Sha’s $55.

Lottie Dalziel is resident sustainability guru for THE F. When she isn’t running her own eco website, Banish, you can find her hiking along NSW’s picturesque coast picking up plastic as she goes.

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