A Few New Clean Beauty Faves

Clary Renew Repair Oil
OK, this one is nowhere near new to me, but I’m not sure I’ve shared about it. A few years back when I had breast reduction surgery, I began using this oil on my healing scars. I’ve been using it ever since and swear by it as my favorite body oil.

Weleda Skin Food Light Nourishing Cream
I love Skin Food to the point of obsession, but it’s very thick. I am glad they came out with this light version because sometimes it’s needed. It smells so great and is very affordable (and sold in Target now). It’s my go-to face and body lotion and I carry the hand cream in my purse at all times.

Glossier Cloud Paint
Total honesty—I have tried a lot of Glossier products that were just OK to me. But I really love this cream blush! It’s beautiful and will last forever because all that’s needed is a tiny bit each application. (The colors I use are Dawn and Beam.)

Jane Iredale Cream Blush
I use the color “Warm Rosy Neutral” and it’s like a bronzer and blush-in-one for me. It’s one of my most used blush shades recently. I love cream blush and will likely never go back to pressed powder.

Oui Fresh Wellness Oil 
My favorite oil for boosting immunity naturally. I use a drop mixed with sleep oil and diffuse it quite often in my office while I’m working.

Note: This post is pre-scheduled. I am currently on my maternity leave with baby Marigold (!!!!!!!), so if I don’t respond to your comment, don’t worry, someone else on our team will. I am so grateful for the opportunity to take a little time to bond with our new baby. But I left a bunch of posts in the drafts for you to enjoy while I’m away. See you on the other side! xx

Credits//Author: Elsie Larson. Photography: Amber Ulmer. Photos edited with A Color Story Desktop.
  • Lovely products, I’d love to try some of those, they seem amazing. Enjoy your time with your baby!

  • Didn’t know Glossier was a clean brand! That’s awesome– definitely opens some possibilities.

  • Hey thank you for the suggestions! I am also a Skin Food lover. Their recent re-vamp seems to have put them really in the map! The story and philosophy behind Weleda is fascinating, it was founded by the same man who founded Waldorf / Steiner education, and has really interesting practices. (Or used to…? I think they have stuck to their roots during the re-vamp!)

  • Glossier actually isn’t clean. It’s a great brand but you should not be categorizing it as clean because it isn’t.

  • The Weleda Skin Food Light looks interesting. I know you said the regular version was too thick, but my skin is seriously dry at the moment so maybe it might love that stuff. Thanks for the recommendation 🙂

    Sarah xo Oomph London

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