The 12 Best Whole Foods Beauty Products

You already know it has great tomatoes, quinoa and almond milk. But the next time you’re filling up your cart, take a stroll over to the beauty aisle. There are some great finds (at surprisingly reasonable prices). Here are 12 of the best Whole Foods beauty products, from eye serum to sea salt spray. 

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Acure Organics

1. Acure Organics Brightening Facial Scrub

The next time your skin is looking dingy, grab a bottle of this hardworking scrub. It naturally exfoliates with organic sea kelp and lemon peel, and then zaps away oil with French green clay. Use it three times a week to get your skin back to its bright, vibrant self. 

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2. Weleda Skin Food

Ashen elbows and cracked heels are no match for this über-hydrating moisturizer made with rosemary, sunflower oil and lanolin. Rub a dime-sized amount of the extra-thick cream on the driest areas of your skin—or use a dab as makeup primer.

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Dr. Hauschka

3. Dr. Hauschka Rose Day Cream

Calling all sensitive-skinned ladies: Balance out an uneven complexion with this heavy-duty moisturizer. Avocado, shea butter and rose petal wax help soothe chapped and rosacea-prone skin. 

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Dr. Bronner’s

4. Dr. Bronner's Peppermint Castile Soap

Don’t be scared by the eccentric quotes printed on the label. The design dates back to the 1950s, and it’s just part of this all-purpose soap’s charm. (And yes, there really was a Dr. Bronner.) A little goes a long way, and a few drops will lather up your whole body. Apparently, you can even use it to do your laundry. 

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5. Zatik Organic Pomegranate Eyebright Serum

This cream zaps under-eye puffiness with natural ingredients like pomegranate oil, chamomile, aloe vera and pumpkin oil (whoa). Just dab a few drops under your eyes before bed and let the serum do its magic.

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John Masters Organics

6. John Masters Organics Sea Mist Spray With Lavender

We first fell in love with this stuff at Ulta, but you can get your fix at WF, too. Just spritz on wet hair and scrunch for maximum beach-wave effect. (Plus, it smells heavenly.) 

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7. Acure Marula Oil

It’s packed with omega-3s, and it’s the new "it" oil on the block—this cold-pressed, unrefined version is as good as it gets. This stuff soothes chapped skin, reduces the appearance of scars and prevents split ends, so stock up. 

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8. Mychelle Perfect C Serum

Vitamin C naturally prevents fine lines and wrinkles, and this stuff is chock-full of it. (It’s also totally vegan.) Use one pump on your face in the morning after cleansing and you’re good to go.

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9. Eo Organic Lavender Hand Sanitizer Spray

Tip: Keep this organic disinfectant stashed in your purse at all times. One spray kills 99.9 percent of germs, and best of all, it doesn’t leave that rubbing alcohol scent lingering in the air. Mmm, lavender fields…

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10. Trilogy Everything Balm

A multitasking lip, body and hand balm that doubles as diaper rash cream if you’re in a pinch. The soothing combo of rosehip seed oil, marula oil, beeswax and jojoba oil is also a great salve for small cuts and scrapes.

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Mineral Fusion

11. Mineral Fusion Volumizing Mascara

This cult favorite has a huge following. It’s cruelty-free, hypoallergenic and made with—you guessed it—minerals. It also contains vitamin E, which naturally conditions your lashes with each use. 

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12. Alaffia Good Almond Milk Soap

This triple-milled soap is ethically traded, and it’s available exclusively at Whole Foods. We love to lather up with the soothing almond milk formula, but the blackberry, cucumber, wild strawberry and coconut versions aren’t too shabby, either.

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From 2015-2020 Lindsay Champion held the role of Food and Wellness Director. She continues to write for PureWow as a Freelance Editor.