We filled you in on the deets of small batch beauty and why it’s your new beauty obsession. Ready to get shopping? Here are the brands you need on your list.
Organic beauty is rising to the top of health and wellness programs. With consumers working to kick toxins to the curb, nontoxic is where it’s at. Small batch takes healthy beauty one step further. Think of this as super fresh, hand crafted goodness for your beauty kit.
Now, where to find these sweet little beauties. Following is our round up of good for you, small batch beauty brands. All healthy and high performance. These may be apothecary-vibed, but they are anything but home brews. Happy shopping!
20 Small Batch Beauty Brands to Shop
1. Aster & Bay
Items for face, body, and hair with a focus on herbalism. Made from raw plant ingredients only. 100% vegan and cruelty-free.
Skincare, body care, and hair care designed to be medicinally focused and remedy based with a luxurious feel. Made with high quality botanicals and herbs.
Products for face and body. Entirely plant-based, food grade ingredients chosen by herbalists. Cruelty-free.
4. Fig + Yarrow
Face and body products created in Denver, CO. Artisan, hand crafted products with ingredients and packaging chosen to evoke beauty and vitality.
5. Flynn & King
Items for face and body, including a selection of bar soaps, for gender-neutral use. Ingredients are sustainable and wildcrafted, unrefined and undeodorized when available.
Skincare made with locally sourced ingredients with French inspo. Botanicals like tamanu and frankincense are utilized for a sensory effect.
Products for face, body, and hair made with active therapeutic ingredients. High quality food grade ingredients are use. No GMOs or animal testing.
A line of body, face, and hair care, with products for men too. Alternative, modern apothecary goods made with Certified Organic ingredients.
Facial, body, and baby care items, with a selection of bar soaps. Made with vegan and cruelty-free ingredients.
Facial, body, and hair care products created in Brooklyn. Designed to be holistic and authentic, all products are cruelty-free.
11. Pratima Skincare
Face, body, hair, and sun care products based on Ayurvedic principles. Items are available by skin concern or dosha.
12. Raaw in a Jar
Items for face and body based on Chinese and Eastern medicine. Made with raw ingredients and cruelty-free, this brand features a line of seaweed products.
13. Stark Skincare
Skincare and perfumes made using a “slow-apothecary” process in micro-batches. Items for aging and acne skin concerns. All products are certified vegan.
14. Stewart & Claire
A line of lip care made of highly edited, organic ingredients in unique formulas. Created by a cookbook author with her husband, these balms and scrubs contain pure flavor, essential oils, and botanicals.
15. S.W. Basics
Products for face and body made in simple, pure formulations. Ingredients are certified organic, fair trade, and gentle on skin.
16. Tata Harper
The reigning queen of small batch beauty, Tata Harper makes and grows ingredients for her line of skincare, body care, and makeup on her Vermont farm.
Skincare, body care, and perfumes made of certified organic, biodynamic ingredients. All plant extracts are created in-house by founder, Vered Back.
A full line of hair care made with certified organic and vegan ingredients for healthy hair and scalp. All products are nutrient-rich and cruelty-free.
Face and body care items with cutting-edge design. Ingredients sourced from chiral labs and biodynamic farms.
20. Waxing Kara
A line of body care products featuring the healing energy of honey. All pure honey used in these products is sourced from hives on-site.
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