Hey there-hope y’all are staying safe and healthy! I also hope that y’all have been able to appreciate some simple joys even in the midst of another week of quarantine life. Hair salons, nail salons, and spas may be closed right now, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t indulge in some self-care at home. So, today I want to share 15 clean beauty home spa essentials to pamper yourself during the coronavirus quarantine. All of the items in this post are free from harmful or questionable ingredients. (Check out this post for more on why I switched to clean beauty products). Keep reading for my top clean beauty home spa recommendations!
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1. Beautycounter Citrus Mimosa Body Wash
The Citrus Mimosa Body Wash is one of the first Beautycounter products I ever tried, and remains a favorite. I light citrus scent is absolutely amazing, and best of all it’s free from sketchy artificial fragrance. This definitely takes your shower experience up a notch! Shop Beautycounter Citrus Mimosa Body Wash here. Also note that new customers can save 20% on Beautycounter through April 30!
2. ILIA Beauty Balmy Nights Lip Exfoliator
ILIA Beauty is one of my other favorite clean beauty brands! I’ve been using their eye primer for months, now and this past week I ordered their Balmy Nights Lip Exfoliator. It arrived yesterday, and I used it for the first time last night. I really like that the stick format makes it easy to apply. My lips are dry year-round, so a lip exfoliator is a must-have for me. ILIA Beauty is offering free shipping on orders $25 and up, and you can also get a 15% off code if you sign up for their email list. Shop the ILIA Beauty Balmy Nights Lip Exfoliator here. You can also buy it at Nordstrom here.
3. Primally Pure Lip Balm
Primally Pure is another one of my go-to clean beauty brands. Their products have safe, natural ingredients. I love how moisturizing their lip balm is. I’m currently using the cocoa flavor, and the only ingredients are beeswax, coconut oil, and cocoa butter. Primally Pure lip balm also comes in grapefruit, creamsicle, peppermint, and lavender. I have some creamsicle and grapefruit in my stash that I plan to try later. You can shop Primally Pure lip balm here, and save 10% with code LS10.
4. Beautycounter Lemongrass Body Set
The Beautycounter Lemongrass Body Duo is from the Holiday 2019 line, and I honestly don’t know how it’s still in stock! This set is perfect for the ultimate clean beauty home spa day. You get a 3 oz tub of Beautycounter’s Sugar Body Scrub, and a 3 oz tub of body butter. Both come in an amazing Lemongrass scent, free from artificial fragrance, of course! The sugar body scrub is perfect for exfoliating dry skin away, which is especially useful for frequently washed hands right now. The body butter is an extra thick and luxurious body moisturizer. Shop the Lemongrass Body Duo here. Also, you can purchase an 8 oz tub of the Sugar Body Scrub here. Don’t forget new customers can save 20% thru April 30!
5. Zoya Nail Polish
I discovered Zoya at the beginning of this year when they had a special promo. They are now my go-to brand for safer nail polish. With 400 colors, there’s something for everyone. Each color is $10, which makes it comparable in price to popular salon brands. Shop Zoya nail polish here.
6. Rahua Light Leave-In Treatment
This Rahua Light Leave-In Treatment specifically formulated for fine hair is their newest product! Rahua is my favorite clean brand for styling products, and I have incorporated a few of them into my hair care routine this month. A little bit of this leave-in treatment goes a long way, and it’s designed to help prevent breakage, protect against heat damage, and tame frizz. Shop the Rahua Light Leave-In treatment here. Rahua also has a regular leave-in treatment, which you can shop here.
7. Beautycounter Lotus Glow Cleansing Balm
Beautycounter Lotus Glow Cleansing Balm is one of their best-selling products. I use this each night to remove face makeup in the first step of my double cleanse. If you have dry skin, you can also use it as an overnight moisturizing mask. Although I don’t use it as on overnight facial mask because my skin is on the oilier side, I have put on my hands before bed. The Beautycounter cleansing balm is on the pricier side, but completely worth it. Plus, one jar lasts me about six months when using nightly as a face makeup remover. Shop Beautycounter Lotus Glow Cleansing Balm here.
8. Honest Company Body Wash
I recently picked up some Honest Company Body Wash at Target so that I could alternate with my Beautycounter Body Wash, to make sure it lasted until I place my next Beautycounter order. I definitely recommend this as another great option for a clean body wash. It lathers well and has a nice refreshing scent. You can order directly from Honest here.
9. Billie Body Lotion
In full transparency, I haven’t actually tried the Billie Body Lotion yet, but I placed an order last weekend and it should be arriving soon. I have been using the Billie razor and shaving cream for several months now, so wanted to try one of their other clean body products. It has a grapefruit scent, so I’m pretty sure I will like it. I’m excited to test it out, and will definitely update y’all! You can shop the Billie Body Lotion here. All Billie products have a 1 or 2 rating on the Environmental Working Group (EWG) Skin Deep Database, which is a great resource for anyone looking to swap out their beauty products for safer options!
10. Beautycounter Charcoal Mask
Beautycounter’s Charcoal Mask is one of their most popular products, and after using it once you will understand why. I always feel like I’m having a luxurious home spa treatment when I use it, and it’s the perfect self care treat while you’re spending extended time at home. You can incorporate this charcoal mask into any skincare routine, but it’s especially great for people with oily or blemish prone skin. The mask draws impurities out of your pores, and absorbs excess oil. One tube lasts roughly six months if you use twice a week. Shop the Beautycounter Charcoal Mask here.
11. Rahua Hydration Detangler + UV Barrier
I’ve only been using the Rahua Hydration Detangler + UV Barrier for a little over a week, but I can already tell a difference in the health of my hair. It’s definitely had fewer tangles, so I don’t feel like I’m experiencing as much breakage when I comb through it. I feel like my hair has been softer as well. Also, the scent is amazing! Plus no artificial fragrance either. You can shop the Rahua Hydration Detangler + UV Barrier from Sephora here. (It’s currently out of stock, but you can sign up to be notified when it comes back). It’s also available directly from Rahua here.
12. Beautycounter Melting Body Balm
The Beautycounter Melting Body Balm is extra moisturizing and great for those extra dry areas in need of some extra hydration. Plus, it smells like a tropical vacation. Since no one is traveling right now, you can live vicariously through your sense of smell and imagine you are on a beach somewhere! This melting body balm also received a 2019 Allure Best of Beauty Award. Highly recommend this for a clean beauty home spa treatment. Shop the Beautycounter Melting Body Balm here.
13. Rahua Voluminous Spray
Rahua Voluminous Spray is another safe haircare product I’ve incorporated into my styling routine, and I’m loving it. This definitely adds a much-needed boost to my fine hair! Plus it’s certified organic by Clemson University. Go Tigers! Shop Rahua Voluminous Spray here.
14. Beautycounter Citrus Mimosa Body Lotion
The Citrus Mimosa Body Lotion was also one of the first Beautycounter products I tried, and I have been hooked ever since. I highly recommend snagging a tube of this to nourish your hands while they are extra-dry from so much washing. Shop Beautycounter Citrus Mimosa Body Lotion here. I also recommend the Citrus Mimosa Hand Cream and Citrus Mimosa Body Butter for your moisturizing needs.
I hope that y’all enjoyed my round-up of clean beauty home spa essentials and got some inspiration on ways you can practice self care at home right now. And even once it’s safe and healthy to go out for a spa day again, it’s honestly more cost-effective to have some self-care beauty products on hand at home. Please let me know if you have any questions about any of these products, or if you try any of these suggestions. If you try any of these products, I hope you love them as much as I do!
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