Now is the time for self-care.
Three-step skincare kit, $55, True Moringa
These ethically sourced, all-natural, paraben-free and vegan oils can be used on the face, body and hair. All shipping is currently free nationwide, and the company is generously participating in the #BeMyQuarantine campaign. Use the code BMQ20 at checkout and get 20% off all purchases; for each order placed, a product will be donated to healthcare professionals in the Boston area.
The first boutique in the city to offer toxin-free makeup is still one of our faves. Shelves both in store and online continue to be stocked with a staggering number of top-notch products that have been tested for safety through a meticulous trial-and-error process. 53 Dartmouth St., Boston, 857.284.7078
Founded by Lev Glazman and Alina Roytberg in the early ’90s, the beauty brand has become a worldwide hit due to its fierce dedication and the undeniable effectiveness of the items it produces. And lucky for us, it still has a store in our backyard. 121 Newbury St., 617.421.1212
If you don’t believe the spokesperson, everybody’s favorite friend Jennifer Aniston, then put your trust in science. The popular haircare line was born from the geniuses at MIT. One Design Center Place, 617.621.1800
This modern cosmetics line uses indigenous, plant-based ingredients and draws from the regenerative powers of nature to create luxurious skin and makeup products such as Eau De Vie, a creative blend of herbal botanicals designed to soothe the senses. 21 Eliot St., Natick, 508.655.8018
Photography by: Product photo courtesy of True Moringa; portrait by Ashley Ricks.