7 Natural Beauty Products Flying Off Shelves in Canada

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Shopping for natural beauty has never been easier, but with so many products on the market now (and lots more popping up every day), the challenge is sorting the best from the rest. We reached out to a few Canadian stores to ask, which natural beauty products are flying off shelves right now?

Wil Lakatos, founder of Oak and Tonic in Calgary

“For some reason, we cannot keep the Kaia Naturals The Takesumi Detox Bamboo Charcoal Deodorant in stock. It’s an amazing starting point into the world of natural deodorant. With a combination of activated charcoal and natural fermentation technology, you will stay odour-free all day.”

Kaia Naturals bamboo charcoal deodorant
Kaia Naturals The Takesumi Detox Bamboo Charcoal Deodorant, $21

Stephanie Gee, director of Gee Beauty Toronto

“The Joanna Vargas Exfoliating Mask is one of our bestsellers in natural beauty at Gee Beauty. The powerful, plant-based exfoliating mask works to detoxify, stimulate collagen and brighten skin tone, with its active ingredients of lactic acid, vitamin C and kaolin clay. It doubles as a physical exfoliant with its volcanic ash scrub, making it the perfect product for travel and pre-party glam. It’s a cult favourite.”

Joanna Vargas exfoliating mask
Joanna Vargas Exfoliating Mask, $112

Nitasha Goel, founder of The Cure Apothecary in Toronto

“The Vitamin B Enzyme Cleansing Oil + Makeup Remover by One Love Organics is absolutely a shop favourite—we can barely keep it on the shelves. And it’s the cleanser I use every day. It not only dissolves all makeup and grime, but also gives skin a dewy glow, instead of stripping away natural oils. The clean-rinsing formula features papain, a fruit enzyme that helps exfoliate and soften, and a vitamin B complex to detoxify and tone.”

One Love Organics cleansing oil
One Love Organics Vitamin B Enzyme Cleansing Oil + Makeup Remover, $58

Julie Michaud, founder of Portia-Ella in Winnipeg

“There are a few products in life you just know you will use forever. Beauté Divine Camellia Facial Cleansing Oil from Corpa Flora is one of them. It’s a one-step deep-cleansing routine with no drying effect. It takes off your makeup and waterproof mascara, yet it’s gentle enough for the most sensitive skin. The lemon-myrtle scent is sublime, and upon contact with water, the oil emulsifies into a gentle creamy milk that rinses easily.”

Corpa Flora facial cleansing oil
Corpa Flora Beauté Divine Camellia Facial Cleansing Oil, $40

Tara Miller, owner of Health Hut in Toronto

Living Libations Best Skin Ever in Seabuckthorn is so versatile. You can use it to cleanse and moisturize the face, body and hair, too. Plus, it smells fantastic. It leaves skin feeling so soft and dewy, with a lovely glow. It’s also cool that it’s locally made in Halliburton.”

Living Libations cleanser
Living Libations Best Skin Ever in Seabuckthorn, $36

Jennifer Freitas, founder of The Truth Beauty Company in Guelph

“Our clients really love the Kosas lipsticks, probably for the same three reasons I love them. The colours are all gorgeous and look amazing on everyone. The founder of Kosas wanted her lipsticks to provide beautiful dimension on a range of skin tones—she certainly achieved it. I think we all love how buildable they are, too. For example, even though Stardust is fairly sheer, you can achieve a deeper shade by layering it a few times. Lastly, everyone loves how creamy and good they feel.”

Kosas lipstick
Kosas Lipstick in Stardust, $33

Laura Townsend, marketing director of The Detox Market in Toronto

“From the super clean ingredients to its incredible performance, customers love the Odacité Green Ceremony Cleanser. The powder-to-foam consistency is a delicious treat for the skin, very gentle yet ultra effective. It helps clear surface impurities and stubborn build-up while energizing the complexion. So good, you want to drink it!”

Odacité green tea cleanser
Odacité Green Ceremony Cleanser, $67
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