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The Choosey Chick Favorite Picks Best Natural Organic Beauty Products

If you’ve been following me on social media lately, you’ll notice my recent discovery + obsession with one of the newer One-Stop, Healthy Beauty Shops on the scene –  The Choosy Chick! I love everything from their site content + design, to the selection products they offer,  as well as how they package + ship their orders! #adorbs doesn’t even describe it!

Here are some of my Favorite Picks from The Choosy Chick!

Dr. Alkaitis Organic Soothing Gel, $60 – Dr. Alkaitis is an OG when it comes to natural skincare + really knows what he’s doing! Much like my girl Lilly, from Genuine Glow – I can’t say enough good things about this! It’s an absolute must-have in my regimen – especially for beauty emergencies! I depend on it for everything from reducing the swelling in pimples, minimizing razor burn, on shaving knicks + cuts, sunburn, after occasional waxing, after a facial that makes your skin red, etc. While it’s on the pricey side for sure, it’s definitely worth the splurge! Get it.

Josh Rosebrook Active Enzyme Exfoliator, $25 – I’m a total sucker for facials, +  have heard amazing things about Josh’s products – so this has been on my wish list for a really long time now! I got the .05 oz Travel Size, + it seems to be enough for about maybe 7-8 treatments, if not more. It smells faintly like fennel or licorice, + the grit in this is absolutely perfect – not too big, or too small. Just right. I applied it to a clean face, + left it on while I showering, giving it an extra boost from the steam {multi-tasking, Lol}. After I rinsed it off, my skin felt clean, clear + super-smooth afterwards. Loved it!

Tsi-La Organics L’Absolu Vanille Organic Eu De Parfum Oil, $44 – As you might know, this isn’t my first rodeo with Tsi-La, I absolutly adore their perfumes, + especially the fact that they’re Organic! Over the years, I’ve been pretty partial to their Fiori D’Arancio, but this is a really nice way to switch it up for Fall + Winter! It’s creamy, warm, sweet + spicy… but not herbaly or woodsy {which happens with LOTS of the natural perfumes, ugh!}. Personally, I happen to love really girly, fruity, candy-scented stuff… so this hits the nail on the head for me!

Kimberly Sayer of London, Gentle Face Cleanser, $25 – Having super-sensitive eyes + a love affair with eye makeup, I’m constantly on the hunt for a good cleanser that completely removes heavy makeup without: having to scrub, oily / blurry vision afterwards + stinging eyes. At first, I was a bit torn between choosing the Gentle Face Cleanser + the Light Cleansing Lotion, as they both sound so similar, + I’d read mixed reviews about which one was best for removing makeup. So, I asked Margot {The Choosy Chick, herself} since I knew she had tried both. She asked what my skin was like + sent me the Gentle Face Cleanser. Like most of the reviews out there, I really like this product, but there is a teensy-bit rubbing involved – which I’m not really a fan of, especially when it comes to my delicate eye area. I’ve applied it both with + without water, + then used a hot washcloth afterwards to remove {like a cold cream}. In all honesty, I’m still not sure which way I prefer using it most – with or without water, so I go back + forth. I did discoverer that I wasn’t really using enough product at first though {only 1-2 pumps}… the instructions say to use about 1/2 teaspoon… so once I used more, it worked much better for me. I’d definitely be interested in trying the Light Cleansing Lotion to see the comparison though.

Evolvh SmartStart Leave-in Conditioner + Uber Detangler, $26 – Finding good, natural hair treatment + styling products that don’t make your hair dull, greasy, or weight it down can be really tough! Especially a product that stays in your hair. I got the travel size of this, + used it after washing + conditioning my hair  as usual {which I only do about once a week}. I applied it near the ends on damp, towel dried hair. After combing it through, I blew it dry {which I only do in the winter – otherwise I let it air dry to reduce EMF radiation exposure!} + set it with Hot Rollers. For me, that’s usually the true test to see how well any hair products perform. Love the soft + bouncy feel of this, as well as the fresh + airy natural scent… the scent fades away though.

HollyBeth Organics USDA Organic Rose Geranium Face Moisturizer, $39 – This rich, golden facial butter is so divine, that it’s almost like a sealing your skin with sacred ritual every time you apply it! The smell is incredibly intoxicating, it’s super-smooth, + creamy, AND, it’s certified 100% USDA Organic! I’ve been using this for the past month, + I have to say that I haven’t had any of the normal hormonal breakouts I usually get! In fact, I haven’t had any real breakouts at all recently + my skin seems to be more balanced than usual. LOVE! I’ve been using this morning + night after washing my face {using a little less + letting it soak in before applying makeup!}. Under makeup though, I tend to prefer the HollyBeth Camellia Sunflower Face + Neck Elixir – it’s a much lighter + drier oil, that soaks in more quickly! So far, I haven’t met a HollyBeth Organics product I haven’t liked, so both of these are run, don’t-walk-products that can definitely give some of the most exquisite + expensive moisturizers a run for their money!


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Have you ever tried any of these? Have you ever purchased anything from The Choosy Chick? What did ya get?


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    Judy S
    December 17, 2014 at 11:04 pm

    This is my first time to hear about this product and they seem like good ones. I will check on these and see if they can be included in my list.

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