4 organic European beauty brands | Shopping guide


Here we go for the second part of the organic beauty brands overview. After introducing you to French brands, today I would like to show you organic brands from other European countries. There are plenty of organic and eco-friendly companies to talk about so I limited my selection to those I already know and those I fancy trying. You will find my products selection in the end as well as where they are available in the UAE.

The British brand is dedicated to sensitive skin by providing products free of irritating chemicals such as alcohol derivatives, phenoxyethanol (a preservative to avoid) and petrochemicals. The range includes baby products too. All made in England. Pai products are cruelty free and certified organic by the Soil Association. Although it is secondary, I love their minimalistic and white packaging. Out of the four brands I list in this article, Pai is the most expensive but it doesn't fall into the high-end brands category. 

>> available at desertcart.ae and ubuy.ae

Lavera
German organic brands are among the most affordable brands in the market. It is funny to compare with the prices in Dubai where it is so much more expensive. Lavera offers a complete range of body care, hair care, skin care and even cosmetics. Products are free of synthetic colors, irritating preservatives and synthetic perfumes. I particularly like the shampoos and body creams. Certified natural, organic and vegan.

>> available at souq.com 


Definitely one of the most popular organic brands in France! The Swiss/German brand has a large range of skin and body care. The ingredients are even grown in their own biodynamic farms. I really like their body care products. Their pomegranate range is very popular. Weleda is certified organic by Natrue and BDIH.

>> available in the UAE in organic shops such as Organic Food & Café

Logona
Another German brand with an ethical approach of cosmetics. The brand covers a large choice from skin care to makeup and is certified organic by Natrue and BDIH. Logona is one of the first brands I discovered when I started to use clean hair care. The shampoos are great and I also tried their hair color powders.

>> available in organic shops such as Organic Food & Café and some pharmacies too such as Life Pharmacy

1. Chamomile & rosehip calming day cream - Pai
2. Lotus & orange blossom skin tonic - Pai
3. Rosehip BioRegenerate oil - Pai
4. Wild smoothing rose eye cream - Weleda
5. Pomegranate firming day cream - Weleda
6. Arnica massage oil - Weleda
7. Balance shampoo lemon balm - Logona (tried and approved)
8. Hand cream - Lavera
9. Repair & care shampoo - Lavera (tried and approved)
10. Conditioner - Lavera (tried and approved)
11. Honey volume shampoo - Logona
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