Between You & The Moon
This Brooklyn brand’s Sow Your Wild Oats—a gentle, all-natural exfoliating cleanser—delicately removes dead skin cells with oats, milk powder, elderflower and rose while lactic acid provides skin with a deeper detox. Mix the powder with water, cream, yogurt or honey depending on your skin type.
Sow Your Wild Oats, $22, betweenyouandthemoon.com.
Created by Maryam Nassir Zadeh, the chic owner of the eponymous Lower East Side boutique, for one-year-old New York-based beauty brand MAKE, the Celeste e Verde color palette is a set of eight earthy yet bright shades that can be used on eyes, lips, and cheeks.
Celeste e Verde Palette, $40, weseebeauty.com.
Known for their sizable pots of 99% natural cream, this brand makes a moisturizer for just about for every skin type. One standout: Vitamins in a Jar, which contains A for cell renewal, B5 for elasticity, C to stimulate collagen and E for its healing properties.
McBride Beauty Vitamins in a Jar, $45, mcbridebeauty.com.
Safe for pets, kids, and adults alike, Common Good’s products are as chic as they are effective. The soy candle in lavender, made from just 3 ingredients including 100% pure essential oil, is fresh and light enough to convert even scented candle-phobes.
Common Good Lavender Candle, $25, commongoodandco.com.
Makeup artist Munemi Imai’s No.1 Aknari Nighttime Dream Youth Serum combines organic prickly pear seed oil—which is rich in vitamin E and essential fatty acids‑ with argan and rose oil, for their anti-inflammatory properties. And despite the “nighttime” in its name, it works beautifully by day under makeup.
Mun No.1 Aknari Nighttime Dream youth Serum, $95, munskin.com.
Cold Spring Apothecary
Located an hour outside of the city, Cold Spring Apothecary uses only all-natural, steam-distilled essential oils in its products. One standout is their Soft Gel, which gives hair that tousled, second-day Kate Moss look—even if you’ve just stepped out of the shower.
Cold Spring Apothecary Soft Gel, $15, colspringapothecary.com.
While some natural deodorants disappoint, this Deodorant Cream really works, utilizing superfine, vegetable-based clays and powders—along with essential oils like tea tree, peppermint, and lavender—to absorb moisture and inhibit odor-causing bacteria.
Soapwalla Deodorant Cream, $14, soapwallakitchen.com.