Green Beauty: 5 Everyday Essentials From

Monday 17 September 2018

Everyday Essentials From
One of my favourite places to shop online is at LoveLula which is a haven for some incredible green beauty brands! Not only is it a great place to treat yourself to something special, but it's quickly become my go-to for everyday essentials as well. Here are my top five daily products that I like to pick up from LoveLula.

Regular readers will know that I'm a big fan of taking natural supplements to help keep your health in tip-top shape and LoveLula stock an excellent range from Terra Nova and Kiki Health. Both of these brands don't use any cheap fillers, bulking agents or additives in their products so you're getting a much higher quality supplement. The Terra Nova Magnesium Calcium Complex* (100 capsules, £13.25, link) is something that I take on a regular basis, as well as their B-Complex (100 capsules, £16.75, link).  

If you're looking for a more natural alternative to mainstream toothpaste, LoveLula has some good options from Weleda, Green People and Lavera that you can try out. Each one features different ingredients, but they're all free from the main 'nasties' such as SLS and parabens, and there are fluoride-free formulas available too. My top pick is the Lavera Basis Sensitive Toothpaste in Organic Mint* (75ml, £3.95, link) which has a lovely refreshing flavour.

Everyday Essentials From
Finding a natural deodorant that works for you often requires a bit of trial and error - I know I've tried out a lot of different brands over the years! Thankfully, LoveLula has a wide range available from the likes of MadaraLaveraElsa's Organic SkinfoodsWeledaDr HauschkaSukinNeal's Yard RemediesBen & AnnaGreen PeoplePacificaOhm and Benecos. I particularly love the Native Unearthed Deodorants and Elsa's Organic Skinfoods Deodorant in Ocean(45g, £10, link) as it keeps me smelling fresh all day long. 

Cotton Essentials
For your everyday cotton based essentials, you can't beat Organyc whose products are all made from 100% certified organic cotton and have a hypoallergenic composition with no perfumes, no colourants, no synthetic materials or SAP (Super Absorbent Powders). They have sanitary/femcare products, wipes and post-pregnancy items, as well as two staples that I always buy; Cotton Pads(70 pads, £2.79, link) and plastic-free Cotton Buds(200 buds, £2.99, link).

Everyday Essentials From
Finally, if you love a good solid bar of soap as much as I do for baths, showers, washing your hands etc, you'll find lots to choose from at LoveLula. In addition to well-known green beauty brands such as John Masters OrganicsWeledaJOIKMadaraPacifica and Odylique, you'll also discover some smaller, more niche companies like Ruth RomanoGK Natural Creations and The Handmade Soap Company, so there's something for everyone. I tend to chop and change between different brands, but two firm faves of mine are the Organii Cream Soap in Almond(100g, £2.95, link) and PHB Ethical Beauty Natural Soap in Lavender* (100g, £3.95, link).

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  1. It's good to read about your favourites. I love Organyc products too and Elsa's deodorants. And I am totally crazy about soap bars but I cannot decide which one is my favourite! Recently I tested PureChimp Super Soap which I found really good, so moisturising!

    Petra /

    1. Thanks Petra! It's so hard to pick favourites with soap bars isn't it?! I've heard very good things about the Pure Chimp soaps so I'll definitely be trying them out soon :) x

  2. I love reading about peoples everyday beauty products. I really need to read up on supplements and see whether I need to pick any up - have you got any recommendations on where to start?

    Also I'm definitely going to be picking up some of those Organyc Cotton Pads with my next order. I didn't know LL stocked them tbh!

    Thanks for the recommendations Evelyn :)

    Kayleigh x

    1. Thanks for reading Kayleigh! With regards to supplements, you first need to have some blood tests done to see if there's anything that you're currently deficient in - you can book this at your GP or you can order kits online if you want to go private. For example, if you've been suffering from tiredness lately, you may have low iron levels that could benefit from a supplement or diet/lifestyle change - always best to check with your GP for their professional advice. There may also be some supplements that you want to take for other reasons that may not have anything to do with blood tests, for example, I take Evening Primrose Oil daily as it helps with my period pain x


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