Switching to cleaner personal care products is really important! Why? Because these products cover the largest surface area of your skin + probably have the biggest impact on your overall body burden. So, I would begin to replace these products first, as you run out of your old ones – if you’re just starting out. Incase you missed the other posts in the Green Beauty on a Budget series, check them out, here.
Here’s a quick + dirty list of some of the cleanest, most budget-friendly body care products on the market!
- Dr. Bronner’s Organic Pure Castile Liquid Soap, $6
- Nourish Organic Exfoliating Body Polish, $11
- Kiss My Face 4-in-1 Moisture Shave, $4
- EO Organic Deodorant Spray, $6
- Deep Steep Body Butter, $7
This challenge was a toughie as I tried to keep it under $10 bucks per product. Doesn’t always happen, but I try! Prices may vary, so shop around!
What are your fave Budget Beauty products? Have you found anything that’s cleaner + less expensive?
MarieJune 3, 2014 at 10:43 pm
the body butter looks amazing. Are these products available in Canada?
Love from Canada,
Marie from http://www.ElleCharie.com
DanielleJune 3, 2014 at 11:42 pm
Hey Marie! I’m not sure, but I think most of them should be :) XO <3
DorothyJune 11, 2014 at 9:36 am
Okay – the under $10 pricing is awesome. My goal is to make some of my own things such as body butter, but however wonderful home made is it doesn’t always travel well and if you run out well…you may not have the time to whip up a new batch right away. These products seem like great options for travel, for backups and in general if you’re just looking to switch it up. I love, love, love all natural. Thanks!
ArielleJune 11, 2014 at 7:44 pm
I’m currently using 100% Pure’s lotion and I’m not too impressed (plus it’s $16). I will have to check out that body butter!
AnyaJune 4, 2016 at 4:44 pm
Do you know by any chance if AVALON ORGANICS is organic certified or not?
DanielleJune 15, 2016 at 10:58 am
Hi Anya! Years back I know there were some issues (see this article on the Organic Consumer’s Association site), but I believe they have since cleaned up their ingredients + gotten back on track (see here + here). The only products I know of in the Avalon Organics line that seem to be 100% USDA Organic, are all but one of their Lip Balms. I think their other products are much cleaner now than they used to be though too – it seems that they now use several Certified Organic Ingredients (YAY!!), but they still have some iffys that I try to avoid as well! It’s all about steps in the right direction though. I know it’s confusing, but I hope this helps! XO <3