Organic Beauty Bloggers You Need To Follow

Want to learn more about clean skincare? Natural makeup tips? Follow these organic beauty bloggers!

By Chiara Spagnoli Gabardi

In all modesty, Eluxe’s beauty section rocks. We cover some areas that few others do, and our beauty articles, like Our Top Natural Shampoos, Natural Alternatives to Botox and the Best Natural Hair Dyes, are also some of our most popular. We never accept sponsored beauty posts, and even when we get free stuff, we review it honestly.

But there are plenty of other voices in the realm of organic and natural beauty, and they have a lot of interesting information to share. From teaching you about which cosmetic ingredients are the best (and worst) to introducing you to  new products and makeup techniques, finding a good beauty blog could literally change your life.

Here, we’ve found some organic beauty bloggers who have gained a cult following thanks to their vast knowledge, awesome beauty advice and gorgeous photography. When we say ‘organic’, we use that term a bit loosely – all the bloggers mention at least a little about organic beauty, but not everything they cover is necessarily organic; rather, we selected them based on their holistic, natural approach to beauty. So why not pay them a visit right now?

Organic Beauty Bloggers You Need To Follow

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1. Organic Beauty Blogger

Blogger’s name: Inga

Bio: With a real passion for non-toxic beauty, Inga offers very detailed and practical reviews of a variety of organic beauty products with a particular focus on cost-effectiveness.

One of the best organic beauty bloggers to follow for: Inga’s beauty routines! She’s really good at teaching viewers how to introduce the products in your everyday beauty regime. She also shares some diet and exercise tips. And her Instagram is really inspiring, too.

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2. Beauty By Britanie

Blogger’s name: Britanie

Bio: Britanie’s dedication to a clean and detox life comes from her personal struggle with several chronic illnesses. After learning to detox her system via changing what she puts into her body, it soon dawned on her that what she put on to it counted, too – including skincare and makeup. She has also co-created the Bohemian Natural MakeUp Collection with Modern Minerals and Lotus Wei.

One of the best organic beauty bloggers to follow for: Her healthy attitude about self-love, and helping others to live their best life. She says: “I am passionate about inspiring others to be their most authentic selves and to live a more conscious lifestyle through mindfulness, balance and healthier alternatives.”

beauty by britanie

3. The New Knew

Blogger’s name: Lisa Fennessy

Bio: A Boston native, Lisa now lives in Atlanta. She loves advocating for healthy food and water, organic beauty, and more healthy living tips. In her own words: “I want nontoxic to be the norm and this drives my passion daily.”

One of the best organic beauty bloggers to follow for: Learning how to grow older beautifully and gracefully. Lisa knows all the best products for mature skin, and we love how she shares her experience about going grey ‘cold turkey’. In other words, with no temporary dyes…brave!

the new knew

4. Organic Beauty Lover

Blogger’s name: Andrea

Bio: Andrea is an organic beauty lover from California who now lives in Switzerland. She launched her blog as a creative outlet and hobby back in 2016 and it has really grown! She now boasts over 300,000 organic beauty lover readers along with an IG community of almost 160,000.

One of the best organic beauty bloggers to follow for: The OBL Club. This is a green product testing and review platform that is the perfect source for unbiased, true reviews of green beauty products. Honestly, we’ve tried so many of the same products ourselves, and generally agree with almost everything Andrea says!

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5. Natural Beauty Workshop

Blogger’s name: Mary Helen

Bio: Why buy when you can DIY? Mary Helen is a true DIY beauty star! As the name of this natural and skincare blog suggests, it is a place to learn how to create your own organic beauty products made of unique combinations of ingredients from scratch. Never fear, the recipes are very well explained! Even a beauty novice can create some amazing stuff, including their own skin balms, soaps and even toothpaste.

One of the best organic beauty bloggers to follow for: Learning to make your own organic beauty products. There’s also in-depth profiles of the most interesting of ingredients found in organic beauty products, such as Vanilla Bourbon CO2 extract or Rosehip Seed Oil.

natural beauty workshop

6. Sara Steele

Blogger’s name: Sarah Steele, of course!

Bio: Sarah is an organic hair stylish by day, but a green beauty blogger by night. Born with a conscience to do better, she fell in love with the environment and living as ethically and sustainably as possible, in all aspects of her life. Her blog is a platform to those organic beauty products; from sharing soy candles to organic lipsticks, her blog is a treasure trove for organic lovers.  

One of the best organic beauty bloggers to follow for: Cult European beauty products. Based in the UK, Sarah leans more towards brands based in the EU. She shares reviews and insights about beauty products that she’s recently purchased. We adore her openness and (sometimes brutal!) honesty.

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7. NatuRia Beauty

Blogger’s name: Ria, as in ‘NatuRia’.

Bio: Mom of one, Ria is a nutritional therapist with a strong interest in becoming a more conscious beauty consumer, too.

One of the best organic beauty bloggers to follow for: The product reviews. From Pai and Vapour to Ren and Nourish London, you’ll find loads of different natural and organic beauty products here. The good and bad points of each are discussed frankly and honestly. Naturia Beauty is a kind of sharing economy applied to blogging, with an ever-growing community of green supporters that exchange tips and products thanks to beauty swaps. We also love. how Ria organises bi-annual international green beauty swaps (in the spring and for Christmas). Perfect if you’re interested in exchanging green beauty gifts with others!

naturia beauty blog

8. The Green Product Junkie

Blogger’s name: Katie

Bio: A true native New Yorker, Katie has turned an obsession on everything green and non-toxic in a very practical blog. Along with in-depth presentations of beauty, makeup and even green products, for the home, she rewards her readers with great news about sales and promotions.

One of the best organic beauty bloggers to follow for: Bargains! If you’re looking for great green products without the cost, then this is the blog for you. It regularly features news about sales and promotional offers for items from some very high-end brands. We also love how Katie demonstrates some of her fave makeup looks using only green products.

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9. Living Pretty Naturally

Blogger’s name: Kate

Bio: Kate’s passion for natural living and holistic health is apparently inspired by her mom. Aw! And Kate really knows her stuff. She’s fully versed not only on which ingredients really work for you in skincare and makeup, but also on which ones are to be avoided. Not only in beauty products, but household cleaning products, too.

One of the best organic beauty bloggers to follow for: A ton of great info! It covers not only organic beauty, but also yoga, wellness, cleaning your home healthily. There are even recipes too! But let’s get back to beauty. We love how she has a section on ingredients to avoid in skincare products and makeup. And we love how she often tells you how you can use foods, like honey or coconut, to make yourself more beautiful.

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10. The Beauty Idealist

Blogger’s name: Fabiana

Bio: Neiman-Marcus counter-girl-turned-blogger Fabiana has a taste for the finer things in life. She’s basically an ‘Eluxe’ girl – she favours beauty products on the luxurious (but sustainable) side. 

One of the best organic beauty bloggers to follow for: Feeling like you’re chatting with a friend. The blog is not only written in a punchy, perky tone, but you can actually listen to the articles, too! Yep, that’s right: there’s an audio version of each page, too. We also love how she organises her reviews into sub-sections like first impressions, her experience and the final verdict. But the Beauty Idealist isn’t just about product reviews. Fabiana also writes about skincare and beauty trends, too.

First two images: Living Pretty Naturally.

Did we miss any of your favourite organic beauty bloggers? Let us know in the comments, below!

Chiara Spagnoli Gabardi
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78 thoughts on “Organic Beauty Bloggers You Need To Follow”

  1. This article from Eluxe is a fantastic resource for anyone curious about exploring organic beauty products and the bloggers who champion them. I especially loved that they highlighted a variety of bloggers with different areas of expertise.

    For someone new to organic beauty, like me, Inga’s blog (Organic Beauty Blogger) sounds like a great place to start. Her focus on cost-effective products and easy-to-follow routines is exactly what I need. I’m also intrigued by Mary Helen’s Natural Beauty Workshop – creating my own DIY beauty products sounds like a fun and rewarding challenge!

    On the other hand, for those already familiar with organic beauty, The Green Product Junkie (Katie’s blog) sounds perfect. I’m always on the lookout for deals and promotions, and her focus on affordable green beauty products is right up my alley.

    Thanks to Eluxe for this informative and inspiring list! It’s definitely sparked my interest in exploring the world of organic beauty.

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  3. Wow, this Blog post is amazing! Thank you for sharing! we are also delivering the organic skin care products with are natural and harmless.

  4. i am really glad to see the finally the clean beauty revolution is starting to have some dent in the beauty industry. Been clean , non toxic, sustainable and effective at the same time is possible and there are many great companies, most of them small, that are promising a great future for this industry. Not only matters to be cruelty free, but there is a need of education behind the ingredients used in the formulas, with clear statements on dangers of parabens, sulfates, dyes, colorant, essential oils, artificial fragrance. EWG ( ) is a great source to use to study the concerns of certain ingredients, is free and available for all, a great resource to use to shop clean skincare. Think dirty app is also great to dig into the chemicals included in many skin care products. We did our research and founded a company that avoid these dangerous chemicals.

  5. Love to see that the green beauty industry is exploding right now ! If anybody ever has interest in starting their own organic skincare line feel free to reach out to me. I live and breath green beauty skincare

  6. I am following lots of blog in the beauty category. But want to say I have found amazing content ever. Really enjoyed your article and images. I will get back to you, keep your posting.

  7. Hi
    I was told about you from a family friend. I live in central Minnesota where it is freezing cold, skin issues are huge for many people.
    I have over 37 years experience in the cosmetology industry. 20 of those years of owned my own salon/spa. I was raised on a dairy farm as a child.
    In 2011 me and hubby Jerry started hobby farming goats part time, we now do it full time with 88 does, 1 buck and 5 kids?
    I make an all natural Goat milk soap, lip cream and face & body cream and an artisan goat cheese in our licensed cheese processing room from our does milk??
    That my clients love, and I am now sharing it with you and the public.
    If you suffer from any skin issues, try one of our amazing products.
    You are a click away from getting the relief you want.
    Theresa Eichers
    Happy New Year
    May God Bless you and your family in the New Year??

  8. hello everybody, it was such a pleasure to read the blog. I recently have been noticed a lot of people are moving towards cruelty free/organic makeup skin care products and its just amazing to see how the world is realizing the importance of small things in life such as makeup. I recently came across this website where (i think the actual owner of the website) provides information about the suitable products for your skin type in the chat feature of the website. She recommended me a few masks and skin toners for my skin that i have been using for awhile. Overall I defiantly do feel that it is very important to know what are the suitable skincare products for ones skin. It won’t hurt just to ask the beauty specialist on this website and see what she recommends you.
    thats the mask i used myself and loved it:
    and this is the link to the website where you can ask whats good for your skin:
    Thanks for reading 🙂 I hope it was helpful.

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  10. The tips you have told are very useful and i was searching this type of content. I enjoyed reading your blog, thanx for sharing knowledgeable information.

  11. Waooww i appreciated and impressed from your hardwork, useful information on makeup, really like this mag and I’ve learned some great makeup tips. So much information to share with everyone.
    Thank You for letting us share, We do Natural Products are connecting natural minded people with natural homemade products.

  12. Interesting article although I noticed that none of the Beauty Bloggers has any hands-on experience dealing with skin care on other individuals besides themselves. I believe my blog is of value precisely because I have treated women, men, and teens of all ages and skin conditions over a 25 year career in esthetics and having created the first spa featuring only organic high quality products and protocols in 1993–way ahead of the popularity of natural products with the general public. I would love to share my knowledge, expertise and guidance to my selection of curated products with a larger audience and therefore, invite you to check out my FB page @Simply Nirvana and my blog/website, Your Skin Advisor Thank you for featuring beauty blogging as a worthy pursuit.

  13. Great list! The Organic Beauty Blogger & Mademoiselle Nature are my favourites. There are some really great ones between the youtube vloggers as well, like Laura’s Natural Life or The Green Bunny.

  14. how about Organic Bunny? She educates her followers about the ingredients and “greenwashing”. She also has Organic Bunny Box, making it easier for organic makeup and skincare lovers to find out more about organic brands 🙂

  15. Thanks for compiling this list of green beauty bloggers! Great info on some amazing blogs. Will check out each and every one of them. xo-Jane

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