I never really dealt with Clean Beauty before I received the awesome Clean Bag from Niche Beauty. Before you ask yourself: This post is not sponsored in any way and I placed the order with Niche Beauty myself. But now back to the topic. The beauty industry is practically free of regulations – there are few or no regulations regarding the ingredients that may be used. As a result, many manufacturers of our everyday products, such as mascara or lip balm, pack into their products what they want and can still use labels such as „natural“ or „ecological“ without this being actually true.
So what do we mean by Clean Beauty?
Clean Beauty refers to products that are free of any toxic ingredients and contain only natural ingredients. Problematic ingredients are for example parabens, phthalates, petrolatum or formaldehyde. With such a multitude of ingredients nowadays, there is often no information at all regarding their safety. For this reason, there are many beauty brands popping up that have made it their mission to use only natural ingredients that are safe for us. For example the American company Beautycounter or Honest Beauty. Niche Beauty is also putting a strong focus on this and labelling natural cosmetics-certified products with its Clean Beauty label. This makes it easy to identify clean brands. And believe me: Clean Beauty may not sound very „sexy“, but the product world is very versatile and absolutely effective. I am therefore very excited to test the products (linked below) from Niche Beauty’s Clean Bag.
Björk & Berries White Forest Exfoliating Body Scrub
Susanne Kaufmann Ingwer Oil
Briogeo Don’t Despair, Repair! Leave-In Hair Mask
Lixirskin Electrogel Cleanser
Aurelia Probiotic Skincare Refine & Polish Miracle Balm
Tata Harper Regenerating Cleanser
Oskia Restoration Oil
RMS Beauty Peach Luminizer (nicht auf den Fotos abgebildet / not in the pictures)
After Spa Massage & Detox Brush (nicht auf den Fotos abgebildet / not in the pictures)