Integrity Botanicals is one of my favorite clean beauty retailers for many reasons. The brands carried there are robust and expertly-curated, the customer service is top-notch, free shipping over $50, and the sample offerings are the best! (With each and every purchase you make, you get to choose three samples to try out. Yes, choose…it’s not some rando situation in which you receive a bunch of crap samples that you would never use.)
I’ve assembled all my favorite products from Integrity Botanicals ranging from $12 to $90 to fit varied budgets. I want to clarify that each and every one of the products mentioned below is, in fact, one that I use often. They all get the Whoorl Stamp o’ Approval for certain.
Small Z Palette. $12 – To save space (and also save money by purchasing refills of cosmetics instead of the full packaging), I put many of my eyeshadows and blushes in these palettes. They are fantastic and come in many sizes. I use the Small and Medium the most.
Priti NYC Nail Polishes, $15 – My favorite nail polishes in green beauty. I have tons of colors and also love their clear Nail Strengthener.
Almost Naked Organic Lubricant, $15.95 – This is a great organic personal lubricant. (If you’re going to go green, don’t forget your nether regions!)
Osmia Oh So Soap, $18 – Perfect soap bar for sensitive skin.
Kari Gran Lip Tint, $20 – The shade Cora Gold is my dream color. Like a slightly shimmery full-bodied coral. LOVE.
RMS Lip Liner, $20 – Both shades in Daytime and Nighttime Nude are perfect for creating definition around the lips. Very natural color.
Ouli’s Ointment, $20 – I love this stuff and put it on everything that needs hydration. Looks great on cheekbones for a subtle highlight without any shimmer.
Alima Pure Satin Matte Blush, $24 – Now, I usually don’t go for loose powder blushes, but the shade “Pink” looks downright ethereal on the cheeks.
One Love Organics Easy Does It Cleanser, $25 – I will say it until I’m blue in the face. The best facial cleanser out there. Gentle, effective and gets all eye makeup off on first pass.
Ere Perez Carrot Colour Pot, $25 – Love these pots! So much pigment – only need the smallest amount to make your cheeks and/or lips pop.
Lily Lolo Bronzer, $26 – My go-to bronzer for years. No orange in sight – looks so natural.
Josh Rosebrook Serum Spray, $28 – I freaked out over this when it came out because it’s so good. Smoothing, heat-protecting, super-smelling awesomeness for your hair.
100% Pure Coffee Bean Eye Cream, $29 – I like to apply a tiny bit of this cream underneath my eyes before applying concealer. Keeps the area looking hydrated and non-feathery.
Rituel de Fille Rare Light Luminizer, $29 – I’ve tried so many highlighters, but 95% of the time, I reach for this one in Phosphene. Gorgeous.
Kjaer Weis Pressed Powder, $36 – Best pressed powder in the wooorrrrrrld.
Mo Mi Styling Jelly, $38 – This is a great hair product for those of you looking for flexible hold and volume. Bonus that it smells amazing.
Leahlani Mermaid Mask, $38 – I STILL can’t believe Leahlani only charges 38 bucks for this wondrous mask. It performs like a million bucks.
Fitglow Beauty Lip Serums, $42 – I think we all know by now that I’m obsessed with these lip glosses. I have all the shades, but if I had to pick three, they would be Buff, Nudie, and Liv.
$50 – $100
Leahlani Meli Glow Illuminating Mask, $52 – Another Leahlani gem, this mask leaves the skin looking bright and brand new. Love it when I’m looking for some glow action.
Kjaer Weis Cream Blush, $56 – These blushes give such a dewy, fresh-faced glow. My favorites are Blossoming, Sun Touched, Reverence, and Abundance.
Maya Chia The Refresh Mint Mask, $68 – Another Maya Chia superstar. A chemical exfoliant that has the best cooling effect on the skin. And just look at that color!
Laurel Brighten Mask, $72 – Got hyperpigmentation? LOOK NO FURTHER. Seriously. Just buy it.
Red Flower Arctic Berry Cream, $77 – I love how pillowy and lovely and amazingly-smelling this cream is.
Florescent Sundays Perfume, $79 – I’m usually pretty hush-hush about my favorite scents, but this is one of them. (You can only buy it if you live outside of my state because I want to be the only #specialsnowflake wearing it here.)
Mahalo The Bean Mask, $80 – Good enough to eat and gets that blood circulating in the face! A damn good mask.
Laurel California Body Oil, $90 – I love love love this body oil. It smells absolutely divine, I just want to bathe in it all day. This is one of those rare products that feels memorable when I wear it.
I could go on and on, but this should give you some food for thought in terms of the products available at Integrity Botanicals. As always, if you have any questions, feel free to leave them in the comments!