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Interested in learning about the latest beauty product? Or maybe how to make your own skin-smoothing beauty scrub? Whether you’re looking to enhance your mindfulness practice or throw out products with harsh chemicals, there’s an expert out there you can learn from.

Actually, we’ve found them for you. Here are the best organic beauty blogs from top companies and some of the world’s most well-known organic beauty experts who have your back.

The official blog of Organic Spa Magazine features posts that highlight and review leading organic beauty brands and interviews with mind-body and beauty experts. Learn about organic spas across the country as well as their cutting-edge beauty treatments. Organic Spa Magazine also offers advice on how to make your own spa treatments at home, like yummy sea salt mineral scrubs and do-it-yourself lip balms.

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Content is a well-known boutique organic skin care store that champions a variety of organic beauty brands. Find details on natural beauty product lines, including reviews of perfumes, facial oils, cleansers, and makeup. Content also offers articles on achieving well-being through natural methods. Read up on alternative solutions for hay fever and organic ways to promote better digestion through clean eating.

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Inspired by nature and design,this magazine is dedicated to “those who want to live thoughtfully.” Their blog includes daily practices that can equal a happier life. Posts also include how to choose the best-quality beauty products and profiles on women in wellness. Each year the magazine releases its Beauty Awards that highlight the best in organic beauty.

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One Love Organics is an organic beauty store with a website known for its video tutorials. If you’ve ever wondered how to use particular products, like serums, shampoos, body oils, or eye balm, this is the site for you. In addition to product highlights and reviews, the blog also offers many tips on decoding ingredients listings and identifying the healing powers of plants.

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Do-it-yourselfers and natural beauty lovers can now rejoice thanks to The Natural Beauty Workshop blog. Get daily beauty recipes for healing masks, body oils, lip balms, and body butters that incorporate natural oils, extracts and plants. Learn tips for making soap and creating gluten-free cosmetic products. There are also tips on navigating product testing, photography, and more for people wishing to build their own organic beauty brands.

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Afrobella is the beauty blog of Patrice Grell Yursik, also known as the “Godmother of Brown Beauty Blogging.” She’s been blogging for more than a decade, sharing tips, reviews, and profiles of other gorgeous women. No matter a woman’s shade or size, she celebrates all women and their natural beauty. Read natural products reviews, health and wellness tips, and even how to access high-quality beauty products without breaking the bank.

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Viva Woman is the brainchild of beauty blogger Sesame, who’s based in Singapore. She offers reviews of natural beauty products, particularly in the trending Korean beauty space. Her write-ups include many product reviews and tips on how to effectively use products. Our particular favorites are the do-it-yourself recipes for all-natural masks and scalp scrubs.

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Eminence Organic Skin Care is a Hungarian-based natural skin care company in business since 1958. Not only do they create all-natural products, but they truly take the extra step by using wind and solar energy to do it. On their blog you can find insider tips on how to use their products. They also share tips for healthy living, like gardening for relaxation.

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HollyBeth Organics is the business and blog of HollyBeth Anderson. She is a Georgia-based proponent of using plant-based skin care products to promote natural healing and beautiful skin. On her blog, HollyBeth shares the importance of skin care ingredients as well as advice on how to use products from her skin care line.

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Joyous Health is the blog from Joy McCarthy, a certified holistic nutritionist and author. McCarthy’s passion about natural products lies in their ability to promote good health and a more beautiful life. She writes inspiring posts about how to approach different situations from an organic perspective. If you were wondering how family, recipes, and well-being can become all-natural, then Joyous Health is the blog for you.

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2017 marks The Beauty Shortlist’s sixth annual beauty awards. This blog compiles the best of international beauty from thousands of entries. It’s the real tried-and-true beauty shortlist. Judges from an international panel spend more than six months out of the year testing and reviewing products before releasing their list. Each year, they also release a “Who’s Who in Natural Beauty” list.

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Real Food Liz is the blog of Liz Wolfe, a nutritional therapy practitioner, author, and self-proclaimed “natural beauty nut.” In addition to blog topics on nutrition and health and recipes and cooking, Wolfe also has a section on safe skin care, tutorials, and reviews on her favorite skin care products.

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The BareBlog is the blog from BareMinerals, a beauty company that’s created products for more than 35 years. Their goal is to make a positive difference in women’s lives. The blog features tips on how to use BareMinerals’ wide range of products as well as the company’s favorite apps. They also share inspiration, lifestyle, and gift guide posts.

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Vapour Organic Beauty is a company that incorporates natural botanicals and plant essences to create chemical-free beauty products of the highest quality. They’re well-known for offering their advice on how to make “clean swaps” from harsh chemicals to all-natural products. They also provide natural product reviews and recipes, like how to make beauty-boosting smoothies.

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Many people know this label for its creative director, actress Gwyneth Paltrow. Juice Beauty is a California-based skin care and makeup company started by entrepreneur Karen Behnke. The company’s blog is crafted with the headline “The Latest Clean Beauty Buzz” and features information about product releases and reviews. You can also find tips for healthy living, choosing the right ingredients, and making clean beauty swaps.

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Imperfectly Natural is the blog of singer, author, and television personality Janey Lee Grace. She believes there’s a natural alternative to every beauty product. On her blog, Love interviews natural health experts and writes reviews on natural health products. The real learning comes from her “buyer beware”-type articles. They inform consumers about possible issues with common products they may be using.

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