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The beauty business is transforming as the world becomes more aware of its purchase patterns. So we decided to look at what is available now that Indian firms that provide plant-based and organic skincare are becoming more widespread.

With the widespread use of frequently dangerous chemicals in skincare and growing public awareness of the issue, more and more people seek clean, chemical-free skincare. You may have heard the term “organic skincare,” and we’ll explain what it means.

Effective skin care solutions are available from brands that employ organically produced components without herbicides and create without artificial perfumes, parabens, or preservatives. As a result, the items are beneficial to our health and the health of the earth. In addition, these items are frequently vegan and have not been subjected to animal testing.

Here are some of our favorite natural skincare brands right now:

Pahadi Local

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This business claims to deliver us Himalayan items after investigating indigenous ingredients and recipes, as the name implies. They provide things that are muslin filtered to retain the elements and their goodness.

Earth Rhythm

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Formerly known as Soapworks India, this firm is owned by a father-daughter team and focuses on safe, ECOCERT-certified products that are “non-toxic and scientifically effective.”

Neemli

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Neemli promises to provide products that give long-term benefits while still containing all of the richness of natural components. This company set out to combat the widespread use of false advertising in the organic skincare industry.

Arata

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This brand was launched in 2016, when one of the co-founders tried a flaxseed-based natural hair gel. This put in motion a series of events, and Arata was founded as a result of the need for chemical-free hair products.

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After seeing the widespread usage of dangerous substances in items marketed as organic and natural, the creators of this business decided to create it. What began as a search to meet personal requirements evolved into the creation of ‘earth to shelf’ products.

Note: Always consult a dermatologist for professional advice/skincare treatment.

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