The natural-beauty world seems to be making itself over. These new releases not only look good—they also work!
Shiffa Brightening Ampoules ($90, shiffa.com): Apple extract helps brighten skin, while cucumber calms.
Juice Beauty Phyto-Pigments Luminous Lip Crayon ($22, juicebeauty.com): Eggplant extract provides the pigment in this moisturizing lip color.
Forager Woodland Eau de Parfum ($98, foragerbotanicals.com): This blend of cedar, lavender, and vetiver is like a forest in a bottle.
Ellis Brooklyn Excellent Body Milk in Raven ($55, shen-beauty.com): When the beauty editor Bee Shapiro was pregnant, she couldn’t find a phthlalate- and paraben-free body lotion that thrilled her, so she created her own. I love the new mandarin, peony, and patchouli scent.
True Nature Botanicals Dead Sea Bath Salts in Tranquility ($48, tnbotanicals.com): Lavender and chamomile make these magnesium-rich salts the ideal de-stressers.
Buck Naked Soap Company Lavender & Rosemary Bar ($8, bucknakedsoapcompany.com): This divinely scented, sudsy bar offers a moment of Zen in the shower.
Label M Organics Moisturizing Lemongrass Conditioner ($29, labelm-usa.com): The nourishing quince-seed extract and moisturizing jojoba oil left my hair feeling
silkier than ever.
Farmaesthetics NutrientDense Fine Facial Oil ($58, farmaesthetics.com): Nine oils, including evening primrose and sunflower, join forces to protect and hydrate on cold days.
S.W. Basics DIY Skincare Essentials Lavender Essential Oil and Hydrosol Spray ($14 and $16, swbasics.com): I use these two lavender-based potions together to promote blood circulation, soothe irritation, and even heal breakouts.