Tuesday, December 5, 2023

Even More Clean Beauty Products for Your Vanity

In the September/October issue of Boca magazine, we highlighted the clean beauty movement. We featured seven companies that are removing chemicals and other harmful ingredients from their products—that’s a trend we hope will stick around! Here are four more products to try out:


Inspired by the Japanese beauty regimen, the founder of Tatcha created a line of cruelty-free and clean products. The best-selling water cream utilizes a trifecta of green tea, rice and algae for an anti-aging and hydrating cream. $68, Tatcha Water Cream, Sephora at Town Center, 6000 W. Glades Road, Boca Raton; 561/391-1221; sephora.com

Bite Beauty

Prepare your lips for lipstick with a Bite Beauty lip scrub, using agave nectar, sugar, papaya, and other plant-derived ingredients to help scrub away dry skin and keep your lips hydrated. $20, Bite Beauty Agave+ Weekly Lip Scrub Sephora at Town Center, 6000 W. Glades Road, Boca Raton; 561/391-1221; sephora.com


With foundation covering your entire face, make sure it’s the cleanest. Ilia’s True Skin Serum Foundation offers 18 shades of light to medium coverage, using aloe leaf, rosehip, jojoba and marula oils to ensure that your great look doesn’t lead to irritation or breakouts. $54, Ilia True Skin Serum Foundation, Nordstrom at Town Center, 5820 Glades Rd, Boca Raton; 561/620-5555; nordstrom.com

Yes to

From a brand that isn’t full of “nasties,” as they say, treat yourself after a hard day with a face mask using the detoxifying powers of charcoal. And rather than getting it all over your hands to apply, use the stick to apply the mask to attack impurities on your face. $15.99, Yes to Tomatoes Detoxifying Charcoal Snapmask Stick at Target, 1200 Linton Blvd., Delray Beach; 561/265-3500; target.com

This web extra was inspired by our September/October 2019 issue of Boca magazine. For the full piece and more content like this, subscribe to the magazine.

Christiana Lilly
Christiana Lilly
Christiana Lilly is the former web editor at Boca magazine, where she enjoyed battling with web coding and community reporting—the more off beat, the better. An award-winning journalist, she is the president of the Society of Professional Journalists Florida chapter and a proud graduate of the University of Florida.

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