Sephora Promotes Organic and Natural Products

Sephora Promotes Organic and Natural Products. One trend that is always in is wearing natural makeup that is good for your skin as well as...

Sephora Promotes Organic and Natural Products. One trend that is always in is wearing natural makeup that is good for your skin as well as for the earth. Many product line have either gone organic or have a organic earth friendly line. Which is why Sephora our beauty makeup heaven has feature more than 1,400 products that are either organic or natural on their website.

These earth friendly products can be found around the Sephora site as well as any Sephora store by the showing of a simple green Sephora symbol. This little symbols lets us know that it is a Sephora approved natural product. Top brands from Bare Esstuals, Tarte, and Cargo are all featuring this symbol as well as many other brands. You can check out some of them below and by hopping to sephora, and let me just say I think its wonderful that Sephora has gone green. We just might soon see more company's going green as well. Here's hoping.

Get 8 FREE Natural and Organic beauty samples with any Sephora.com purchase. Enter code NATURALBAG at checkout. *while supplies last.


Tarte ReCreate™ Anti-Aging Foundation With Wrinkle Rewind™ Technology
A natural foundation with clinically
proven anti-aging results.


Sephora Brand SEPHORA PURE Natural 7-Color Palette
A makeup palette featuring six eyeshadows and a blush, from Sephora's new Pure line.



Juice Beauty Oil-Free Moisturizer 2 oz
A lightweight, balancing,
gel-textured hydrator.

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