Mindful Skincare Shopping

If you follow me on Instagram, then you probably know that I’m a bit of a beauty product junkie. My tastes have transformed over the years and I now primarily shop non toxic and honestly, woman made when I can. I also love finding products in glass rather than plastic. (But plastic usage is different a topic for another day!)

Recently, I’ve branched out from my two go-to beauty stores, Follain and Violet Grey, and have been lingering in the beauty aisle of Whole Foods. I guess I hadn’t given it much thought before because it’s a grocery store. The good stuff couldn’t be at a grocery store, right?! Wrong!

Not only do they have great quality non toxic products, they have a ton of variety and affordable prices. (Because let’s be real, although on my wishlist for years, at this point in my life, I can’t really justify buying Vitner’s Daughter and all the other hero products I drool over from VG.) Cocokind is one of my favorites on their shelves. Nontoxic, woman made, and all products are under $25. And they really work.

Something that’s important to me is buying less but buying better. I’m a minimalist in my own way and I would never have a cabinet full of skincare and beauty products that I don’t use. That’s why I love doing my research and experimenting to find five star products and get the most out of them. Cocokind has a ton of what I would consider five star products.

You can imagine my excitement when I found out Whole Foods is having a 25% off beauty sale next week. (Extra 10% for prime users!) I already set aside a bag of a ton of products to try including brands like Cocokind, Mad Hippie and Juice Beauty. I’d be happy to post again with my favorites once I try them all out!

Hope you all are enjoying my posts and enjoy your week!

(Photo via Pinterest)

2 Comments

  1. Looking forward to hearing what u think of the stuff you got! Whole Foods is my second home & I’ve never really gone through the beauty aisle. Now I’m thinking I should!

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