With so many fabulous Eminence Organics products to choose from (and so little space on your bathroom counter), it can be tricky to know where to start. Here are the treasured classics and everyday essentials that are everyone’s fast favorites. With plenty of customer and celebrity love over the past year, these best-selling products are bound to make a spectacular addition to your collection. Add them to your skin care routine for a gorgeous, glowing and healthy complexion.
1. Stone Crop Hydrating Mist
Alanis Morissette doesn’t leave home without our Stone Crop Hydrating Mist and neither should you! Refresh and hydrate your skin with one quick spray of this Vogue and Vanity Fair favorite. Your skin will thank you for a perfectly fresh and toned complexion.
2. Stone Crop Gel Wash
This InStyle and Cosmopolitan favorite gently washes away impurities and deeply hydrates for an irresistibly fresh and glowing complexion. Suitable for all skin types, the Stone Crop Gel Wash uses botanical extracts to help even skin tone and minimize the appearance of stubborn imperfections.
3. Bamboo Firming Fluid
Turn back time and smooth out wrinkles with our award-winning Bamboo Firming Fluid. Katherine Heigl and Marcia Gay Harden are fans of this luxurious concentrate, which combines hydrating coconut and a Natural Retinol Alternative to give the skin a tighter, more lifted appearance.
4. Mangosteen Daily Resurfacing Cleanser
The Mangosteen Daily Resurfacing Cleanser lifts impurities and preps the skin for exfoliation. A Lactic Acid Complex (lactic acid, ribose, red clover flower extract) contains a proprietary blend of actives that gently resurface the skin and refine pores for a more radiant, even and youthful-looking complexion.
5. Facial Recovery Oil
The award-winning Facial Recovery Oil is part of our Beyond Organic Collection, which consists of products made with certified Biodynamic® ingredients. Clary sage oil contains hydrating properties to improve the appearance of damaged skin while olive oil and sage leaf extract deeply hydrate and rejuvenate. Studies have shown that, on average, Biodynamic® ingredients contain 30% more antioxidants and 47% more Vitamin C.
6. Coconut Age Corrective Moisturizer
Celebrity health and wellness experts swear by this rich moisturizer, packed full of natural ingredients that deeply hydrate the skin. Coconut, shea butter and grape seed oil combine with a Natural Retinol Alternative and green apples for skin that appears lifted and youthful.
7. Clear Skin Probiotic Cleanser
The Clear Skin Probiotic Cleanser is formulated to cool and balance your skin with cucumber and tea tree oil. This cream-gel cleanser nourishes and softens the skin with sweet almond milk. This formula also contains a Biocomplex2™, a booster of antioxidants that brings vitality, strength and radiance back to the skin.
8. Monoi Age Corrective Night Cream For Face & Neck
Diminish the visible signs of aging overnight with our Monoi Age Corrective Night Cream For Face & Neck. This deeply hydrating night cream replenishes moisture while you sleep for a finer, smoother and more youthful-looking complexion come morning.
9. Citrus & Kale Potent C+E Serum
The Citrus & Kale Potent C+E Serum contains two types of Vitamin C, stabilized Vitamin C (L-Ascorbic Acid) and Vitamin C salt, to help reduce the look of fine lines and wrinkles. This serum also contains botanical ferulic acid and leafy greens (kale, spinach and broccoli sprouts) to help improve the appearance of elasticity and hydration for younger-looking skin.
10. Strawberry Rhubarb Dermafoliant
With a stamp of approval from celebrities, makeup artists and beauty editors, our award-winning Strawberry Rhubarb Dermafoliant is fast becoming a cult classic. Gentle yet effective, this rice-based exfoliant gently sloughs away dead skin cells, removing impurities and shrinking the appearance of pores for a brighter, more polished-looking complexion.
To learn how to use these products, read our best sellers skin care routine for a step-by-step guide.
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This article was originally written in January 2017.