These Are the Best-Selling Skin-Care Products to Buy at Whole Foods

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Grocery shopping has become a major outing during quarantine, which is why it’s crucial to visit a store that you know is going to stock everything you need in just one stop. Whole Foods, a cult-favorite for many, not only has aisles upon aisles of health conscious and good-for-you foods, but they also have a wide variety of beauty products, many of which have all-natural labels. If your looking to revamp your vanity with products that are noteworthy for a reason, look no further than our favorite health food store. 

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Weleda Skin Food ($19)

If you have dry patches (which a lot of us do in quarantine) don’t sleep on Weleda’s most-popular creation. Before bed, apply this to the specific areas of the face or body that need a hug of hydration. When you wake up you’ll have even, smooth skin that will last through the day ahead.

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Thayer’s Witch Hazel Toner ($11)

Witch hazel is best known for its magical inflammation-fighting powers. This means it helps to relieve acne, skin irritation and redness. What we like most about this toner? It’s alcohol-free and suitable for all skin types—and it comes in different scents, like rose.

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Dr. Hauschka Eye Balm ($55)

This Eye Balm feels like a chapstick for the under-eyes. Formulated with calendula and carrot, it has a smooth, buttery consistency that glides onto the eyes—great for preventing wrinkles, fine lines and dryness. Try applying this in the morning underneath your makeup if you’re going for a luminescent, supermodel-worthy glow.

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Mad Hippie Vitamin C Serum ($34)

Vitamin C is praised for its brightening benefits, but it’s also noteworthy for its ability to lighten dark spots or acne scarring. If you’re in need of a little skin pick-me-up, this serum is for you.

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Indian Healing Clay ($13)

If you’re struggling with black heads or clogged pores, using 100% clay is the perfect ingredient for purifying and detoxifying the skin. Mix this powder with raw apple cider vinegar for the best (and cleanest) result.

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Dr. Bronner’s Pure-Castile Liquid Soap ($19)

If you’re a multitasker, get your hands on Dr. Bronner’s ASAP (it’s good for just-about anything). Whether you need a new body wash, window cleaner, pet shampoo or baby soap, this product is made with all-natural ingredients that are both harmless and effective.

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ACURE Brightening Facial Scrub ($10)

Super-ingredient sea kelp is used in this scrub to soften and detox the skin for an exfoliated, clean glow. The addition of lemon peel and madonna lily brings in the brightness, making this product the perfect replacement for any harsh scrub.

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Dr. Hauschka Rose Day Cream ($45)

One of the most popular must-haves in Dr. Hauschka’s line, the Rose Day Cream, captures the bright, strong essence of the rose and translates it to the skin. The result? Calm, even, relaxed skin that is happy both inside and out.

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Naturtint Permanent Hair Color ($12)

Harsh conventional hair dyes can permanently damage your hair, so using a product like Naturtint—which is formulated without ammonia, resorcinol or parabens—allows you to find your hair’s perfect shade without the worry.

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Whole Foods Market Bulgarian Lavender Essential Oil

Lavender essential oil, most well-known for its relaxing effects, is the perfect match for your aroma diffuser. Even just rubbing this on your arms and chest before bed can really make your mood change for the better.

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Pacha Soap Co. Bar Soap ($6)

This bar soap not only amps up your shower aesthetic, but it also comes in many different scents that last all day once applied on the skin. Our favorites are Almond Goat’s Milk, Dirty Hippie, and French Lavender.

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