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Super Clean Solutions: Fall 2020
SUPER CLEAN SOLUTIONS
Whether you’re hibernating or embracing the chill, there’s no need to fret fall’s cooldown with these hot beauty finds that’ll keep you glowing all season long.

THE ORGANIC PHARMACY PURIFYING SEAWEED CLAY MASK

“Mask-ne” and winter-wrought skin have a new heroine. This rich clay mask is a treat for the senses with notes of earthy sage, relaxing lavender and clarifying eucalyptus to detoxify and re-balance the skin. Heralded for its brightening, tightening and toning effect, the silky texture goes on smooth and does not cake or crack as it dries. Plus, I always love it when the first ingredient in a product is aloe. AVAILABLE AT THEORGANICPHARMACY.COM, $70

CHRISTMAS MORNING NAIL POLISH 

Time to say goodbye to your summer nail polish hues and dive into a festive cold-weather palette. Whether you are tucked in and surrounded by the pungent aroma of evergreen boughs or keeping it hot in a tropical haven, this color is bound to keep your spirits high and lets your hands do the talking. Celebrity nail technician Nausil Zheer founded the Karma brand with the idea of creating non-toxic, vegan, cruelty-free polishes free of the “big three”—toluene, formaldehyde and DBP. AVAILABLE AT KARMAORGANICSPA.COM, $9.99

KARMA ORGANIC SPA SOYBEAN OIL AND LAVENDER NAIL POLISH REMOVER

In lieu of being haunted by the pungent scent and toxic composition of acetone, opt for this lavender-laced, soy-based nail polish remover. Gentle on the nails, nail beds and nose, this concentrated formula goes a long way. Even better, it’s non-toxic, vegan and cruelty free. AVAILABLE AT KARMAORGANICSPA.COM, $12.00

HOURGLASS VEIL MINERAL PRIMER 

The sateen texture of this primer plus its antioxidant properties and SPF 15 makes it an ideal place to begin your makeup routine. Perfect for sensitive skin, the lightweight formula fills in fine lines, reduces inflammation and leaves the skin looking quenched and responsive. Use under your foundation or alone as an everyday pollution barrier between your skin and external environment. AVAILABLE AT HOURGLASSCOSMETICS.COM, $20

LASH BINDER

Spellbinding lashes were once the result of either great genes or the patient hand of a talented professional artist. The Lash Binder tool changes the game by making lash application a whole lot easier for the rest of us. The curved clip design of this tool helps you navigate lash placement and clamps down on your lashes, encouraging fast, even adhesion. Best of all, for each product purchased, Lash Binder will donate a second product to someone with cancer. Now that’s a beautiful concept! AVAILABLE AT LASHBINDER.COM, $24.99

KJAER WEIS BEAUTIFUL OIL

Packed with potent active botanicals and cold pressed oils from Italy, this signature product looks, smells and feels luxurious. Equipped with a nostalgia-worthy light fragrance inspiring thoughts of indulgent comfort, this product is perfect for softening any edges left in winter’s wake. Presentation-perfect and refillable glass packaging belies the manufacturer’s commitment to sustainability and generational beauty. AVAILABLE AT KJAERWEIS.COM, $65

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