Clean At Sephora

by Sarah

Great news! Sephora just launched a new category called Clean At Sephora, taking the guesswork out of combing through ingredients lists.

If you’re conscious of ingredients in your beauty products, or trying to include more natural, organic options into your routine, Sephora’s Clean category now makes it a breeze to shop for such products…

SHOP Clean At Sephora HERE

Clean At Sephora

Because of my job, I don’t always pay attention to “clean ingredients” when it comes to makeup. However, over the past couple of years, I’ve been more conscious of purchasing skincare, body care and haircare products that contain more of the “good stuff”.

I try my best but I’m not very good at investing in the time to check the ingredients list of every product either. This is why I’m particularly excited about Sephora doing the hard work for us.

Clean At Sephora category only features brands and products that have been approved with the green Clean At Sephora seal. So all you need to worry about is deciding which feel-good product you should put in your cart.

SHOP Clean At Sephora HEREClean At Sephora

Clean At Sephora is divided into Makeup, Skincare, Body Care, Hair Care and Fragrance. It features products from already renowned brands, but also some niche favorites too. This is a great way to discover new products…and I welcome that opportunity with open arms.

I’m happy to report, my latest obsessions by Indie Lee, all time favorite Vinoperfect Radiance Serum by Caudalie and Jetlag Mask by Summer Fridays all made the cut!

Clean At Sephora is now live on their website, so feel free to browse through the range HERE

Do you pay attention to ingredients in your products? What are some of your favorite Clean brands?

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Diana June 6, 2018 - 12:39 pm

Love this! I hope other stores follow in the footsteps. Thanks for letting us know

Sarah June 14, 2018 - 3:30 am

I hope so too Diana :)


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