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Clean Natural Beauty And Skincare Products That Have 10 Ingredients Or Less

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With so much brand transparency and information online, consumers are more conscious than ever of what they're putting on their skin. "Skinimalism" is a newly coined term in the beauty space that's all about doing more with less.

One of the best ways to practice skinimalism is by picking products with fewer (and more natural) ingredients. Here are nine products with an ingredient list you can count on both hands.

Heritage Store Rosewater Facial Spray

May Ning | Narcity

Price: $14.99

Details: This rosewater spray smells amazing and is a great way to add some hydration to your face or hair. The only ingredients in this refreshing spritz are water and rose oil.

$14.99 On AMAZON CANADA

Rocket Robin Raw Shea Butter

Amazon Canada

Price: $12.99

Details: I've been making my own body butters lately, and shea butter is my favourite ingredient. I recommend melting it and whipping it up before using. It pairs great with coconut oil and essential oils (you can mix arrowroot powder or corn starch if it's too greasy for you).

$12.99 On AMAZON CANADA

Dr. Bronner's Hemp Almond Castile Soap

Amazon Canada

Price: $30

Details: Castile soap is incredibly versatile and can be used for anything from shower gel to shampoo to laundry detergent. This one has a light marzipan scent with other natural ingredients like organic hemp and jojoba oil.

$30 On AMAZON CANADA

Vaseline Cocoa Butter Lip Therapy Balm Tin

Price: $3.98

Details: This three-ingredient lip balm uses the good old power of petroleum jelly to keep your lips from getting dry and cracked. It also has cocoa butter and aroma for extra nourishment and a yummy smell.

$3.98 On AMAZON CANADA

Three Ships Detox Green Tea Antioxidant Clay Mask

Amazon Canada

Price: $22

Details: Three Ships Beauty is a female-founded clean skincare brand based here in Canada. The only ingredients in this mask are white Kaolin clay, French green clay, and green tea botanical extract. Just mix with a little water and it's ready to use.

$22 On AMAZON CANADA

Bioderma Sensibio H2O Soothing Micellar Cleansing Water And Makeup Remover

Amazon Canada

Price: $15.99

Details: Micellar water is a magical invention made of a blend of micro-droplets made to mimic the skin's barrier. It literally feels and smells like regular water but somehow works wonders for pulling makeup and dirt off the skin.

$15.99 On AMAZON CANADA

Tom's Of Maine Deodorant

Amazon Canada

Price: $6.99

Details: This company specializes in only a few types of products, with deodorant being one of them. If you're looking to get away from aluminum-based deodorants with fragrance, you'll love how this unscented product only has nine natural ingredients.

$6.99 On AMAZON CANADA

The Ordinary Niacinamide + Zinc 

Sephora Canada

Price: $5.90+

Details: The Ordinary has been getting a lot of hype in the last few years because of its minimalistic and affordable approach to skincare. The niacinamide and zinc serum is popular with reviewers for reducing pore size and getting rid of blemishes.

$5.90 On SEPHORA CANADA

Pura D'or Organic Castor Oil

Price: $19.99

Details: Castor oil is a thick, nourishing oil that reviewers swear by because it helps their lashes and brows grow nice and long. This set comes with a large bottle, a small brush tube and a mascara applicator tube.

$19.99 On AMAZON CANADA

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