Top 10 Clean Beauty Products At Target!

January 18, 2018

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All together now….Coming into 2018 like, THIS IS MY YEAR! That’s right, I read your list of new year’s resolutions and even if you’ve already given up on going to the gym 3x a week, I’m not letting you give up on going green with your skincare and makeup. I know it can be overwhelming to make the switch…where to start, what really works…is this even clean…I have no idea what I’m even looking for….phenoxyWHO? Girl. One step at a time. And you know you’re gonna be at Target at some point next week so let’s start there. Read on for my Top 10 List of clean beauty products at Target.

Just to clarify…this is not just a list of 10 clean products you can find at Target….these are literally items I have in my rotation and really enjoy. They work, they are clean and you don’t have to spend a ton to add them to your kit. Also, just wanted to mention inventory varies store to store and even online so if you don’t see it locally, check online and vice versa. Check it out:

Top 10 Clean Beauty Products At Target

1. Zuzu Luxe Mascara, $17.99

This mascara is an all around solid mascara. It’s not going to give you falsies volume + length but it does its job and stays put. Comes in brown, black, navy and clear (great for holding brows in place).

2. Honest Beauty True Velvet Eye Pencil, $16 (discontinued)

A creamy pencil that goes on smooth with no tugging. One of the best around. Available in several colors. I love black.

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3. Zuzu Luxe Liquid Liner, $15.99

This liner is seriously so good. It comes with a felt tip applicator which makes applying way easier than a willy-nilly brush. And it stays! Plus comes in several fun colors like yellow, green, blue, purple and ofc the usuj…brown + black. For more, click here!

4. W3LL PEOPLE Narcissist Foundation Stick, $28.99

This is a cream formula. You can swipe it on straight from stick to skin and either blend with your fingers or a foundation brush (I like W3LL PEOPLE’s Kabuki Brush). This foundation is made with a base of plant oils so it looks really natural on with a dewy finish. Read my review here!

5. Gabriel Cosmetics Multi Pot, $19.30

LOVE this product. I apply it by dabbing my ring finger in the pot and then to my cheeks, face, etc – layering until I get the opacity I want. It has a cream to powder finish – which is super pretty, subtle and soft. Use the pinks/reds for cheeks and shadows. See more here!

7. Zuzu Luxe Oil Free Liquid Foundation, $31.99

A medium coverage foundation that looks wicked natural on. Covers redness but lets natural marks show through.

8. Acure Brightening Scrub, $9.99

Love this scrub for my face, back, elbows and arms…heck anywhere really. It’s a fine grit scrub that is soft enough to use 1-2x a week as an effective exfoliator. The texture here is the star of the show…sometimes I even mix in a drop of facial cleanser in with it to give it some cleansing power too.

9. PLANT APOTHECARY Body Wash, $17.99

LOVE IT! This body wash comes in several scents. It works. It smells good. It foams. It’s cute. It’s clean. You get a huge bang for your buck here. Read my full review here!

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10. Weleda Wild Rose Smoothing Facial Lotion, $21.49

This moisturizer smells good, goes on light and isn’t greasy. A fantastic price for what it is – a great place to start! I like their Almond Soothing Facial Lotion too for sensitive skin.

More Budget Finds

What are some of your Target green beauty faves? For more on nontoxic makeup on a budget check out this post I did with my girl Molly of MaisonPur.

Unsure of what’s clean in Target and what’s not? Subscribe to This Organic Girl and get my Target Shopping Guide. A simple list of brands to buy and brands to avoid at Target. Some brands market themselves as clean when in fact they really aren’t. This is called greenwashing and it’s not cute!

Xo, lisa

By Lisa

Lisa is the founder of This Organic Girl. Passionate about clean beauty, organic eats and nontoxic lifestyle, Lisa writes to create awareness. Conscious consumerism and informed decisions will impact the marketplace, our health and THE WORLD!