4.16.18
The 12 Top-Rated Natural Skincare Products At Sephora

The people have spoken. These are the top-rate natural skincare products – from masksto moisturizers and serums at beauty superstore, Sephora. The ratings don’t lie: each of these twelve picks earns an elusive 4+ star rating and tens of thousands of ‘loves’ on the site.

Commercial beauty products are notoriously laden with chemicals, which is why we think building awareness about them is so important. As massive retailers tend to lean towards the latest – not the greatest, at least by our standards – we were pleasantly shocked to see how much natural goodness Sephora has started to carry. See their cleanest best-sellers here.

From spritzes to serums, cleansers to night creams, each of these is worthy of your highly curated collection…

Boscia Luminizing Black Charcoal Mask | Full of powerful antioxidants like activated charcoal and vitamin C, this detoxifying peel-off mask leaves skin looking and feeling fresh, clean and ‘luminized’. CHECK OUT

Josie Maran 100% Pure Argan Oil | Argan Oil is rich in vitamin E and essential fatty acids to deeply hydrate and nourish hair, skin and nails. CHECK OUT

Origins Clear Improvement Active Charcoal Mask | This charcoal and clay mask clarifies skin like a champ.  Bamboo charcoal removes excess oil while white China clay absorbs environmental toxins and lecithin dissolves impurities.  CHECK OUT

Origins GinZing Energy-Boosting Gel Moisturizer | This lightweight and oil-free moisturizer is made with ingredients like panax ginseng and coffee bean to boost hydration and bring back radiance. CHECK OUT 

Herbivore Blue Tansy AHA + BHA Resurfacing Clarity Mask | This gently exfoliating mask is one of our team’s favorites, too. Featuring white willow bark – a natural source of BHA – fruit enzymes – a natural source of AHA – and blue tansy, this gorgeously hued mask will soothe, smooth, and resurface the skin.  CHECK OUT 

Origins Original Skin Pore Perfecting Cooling Primer with Willowherb | Slather on this cooling, airy mousse primer before make up to leave skin looking fresh, pore-fected and glowing.  CHECK OUT 

Origins Checks and Balances Frothy Face Wash | This cleanser was created with combination skin in mind, addressing both dry and oily areas simultaneously. The formula features bergamot, spearmint, and lavender for an added boost of natural nourishment. CHECK OUT 

Tatcha Luminous Dewy Skin Mist | Everything Japanese brand Tatcha makes is magic, and this silky toner mist is no exception. Made of Okinawa red algae, hyaluronic acid and a complex of Japanese anti-aging superfoods—green tea, rice and algae— will make skin a moisture magnet in the best way. CHECK OUT 

Tarte Maracuja C-Brighter Eye Treatment | This heavy-duty daily eye cream uses botanicals, minerals and natural oils to bring life back to tired, puffy eyes. CHECK OUT

Tatcha Pure One Step Camellia Cleansing Oil | Doubling as a makeup remover and cleanser, use this luxurious cleansing oil to start off your skincare regimen with deep nourishment and hydration. CHECK OUT 

Origins GinZing Refreshing Eye Cream to Brighten and Depuff | Coffee beans in eye cream? We can’t think of a better match for the morning. This formula featured coffee, panax ginseng, magnolia extract, and natural optic brighteners to quickly wake up sleepy eyes. CHECK OUT

Herbivore Rose Hibiscus Coconut Water Hydrating Face Mist | Made with pure plant ingredients, this coconut water, hibiscus and rose mist helps skin look as ethereal as this spritz smells. CHECK OUT 

 


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  1. I have a concern about the Josie Maran argan oil. It is $48 for 1.7 oz, and contains one ingredient: argan oil. You can get 4 oz of the same thing for around $12. I don’t appreciate companies ripping customers off (that badly at least), and would expect Chalkboard Mag not to condone such. Disappointing.

    Lauren | 04.16.2018 | Reply
    • I buy my organic argan oil, at organic infusions,your right josie maran is quite pricey. Fyi I bought a bottle twice the size for half the price a year and a half ago and still have about a quarter of it left. I keep it in the fridge so it doesn’t spoil.

      Sandra Leyva | 04.17.2018 | Reply
  2. I am concerned about the promotion of using Origins and Boscia for a “natural” skincare line – it should be known that they are not considered to be cruelty free. This is because they do sell in China where animal testing is done by law to sell their products 🙁 Please try harder Chalkboard Mag to promote products that are not of the expense of animal cruelty.

    Lindsay | 04.16.2018 | Reply
  3. I think the only natural products here are Herbivore and Josie Maran.

    Angie | 04.16.2018 | Reply
  4. Water is a chemical. You people are being ridiculous about not wanting anything scientific in your skin care products, but it is your face so have at it. Just so you know ow, if there are no needles involved (and of course there aren’t!) then nothing is breaking the skin/blood barrier therefore nothing is seeping into your body because you put it on you skin.

    Emily | 04.16.2018 | Reply
  5. As an RN for 20 yrs, Emily, I must disagree. Anything you slather or spray on your skin easily! absorbs into your bloodstream and body…

    Anastasia | 04.16.2018 | Reply
  6. Sorry to see these “non-natural” brands on here…
    I love the Chalkboard, but the editorial team should be taking extra care when it comes to what is promoted to its readers. You are a powerful resource, and influence buying decisions. This is misleading – Boscia / Tarte / Origins are not natural products… they just have some natural ingredients in addition to the chemical ones. Natural beauty has been my passion for the last 10 years (I’ve been blogging on it for 7). It is so important to maintain integrity when you’re speaking out. Hopefully in future collaborations with companies like Sephora, you can gain more sway over which brands are those to be talked about in an article like this. Thank you!

  7. UGH. Please do not invalidate your reputation by including brands such as Origins, Boscia, and Tarte. They ARE NOT natural products and when you include these toxic companies, you significantly diminish our ability to trust you. There are SO MANY natural products out there – even at Sephora! You have no excuse.

    Bee | 04.18.2018 | Reply


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