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Truly Natural Cosmetics: 6 Must-Try Beauty Products from Tirol

Updated on 14.05.2020 in Recommendations


Our skin is our largest sensory organ. Through skin we perceive and feel the world outside, and we show our beauty in the way our skin appears. So if you fancy getting to grips with some truly natural and organic beauty products, full of local folk remedies and knowledge handed down from generation to generation, look no further:

1. How to Get Rid of Dry, Chapped Lips: CANNABEE® Lip Care

Nourish parched lips with this hydrating (and naturally) organic CANNABEE® Lip Care, made with 100% natural ingredients: Beeswax and honey from their own apiary offer intensive moisturization and are ideal for relieving dry, chapped lips. Propolis oil has antiseptic and restorative properties. Organic olive oil and essential hemp flower oil soften the lips and add even more moisture.

2.  For Sun Lovers: Magdalena’s Suncare

SPF is non-negotiable if you take your skincare even the tiniest bit seriously. Magdalena’s Suncare combines sun protection and soothing action with a photostable combination of natural, organic filters. This minimalist formula provides effective protection from UVA and UVB radiation. Chamomile complex soothes sensitive skin and reduces skin’s irritation while sunflower oil enhances the skin’s natural defense against oxidative stress caused by adverse external effects.

3. Gentle Cleanser: Walde Organic Soap with Cedar Wood

Walde has been manufacturing soaps in Innsbruck since 1777, so more than 240 years of expertise have gone into the crafting of the finest natural skincare products. Their Organic Soap with Cedar Wood offers softness and moisturization. The natural soap mass base of essential oils such as coconut oil, almond oil and olive oil has a soothing and smoothing effect. This wonderful soap gently cleanses while maintaining the skin’s natural hydration and provides a sense of well-being and relaxation thanks to its essential oils and unique scent of cedar wood, rosemary and juniper.

4. Soothing Sensitive Skin: Alpienne Wild Rose Pampering Pack

The wild rose of Tirol has long been used in local folk remedies, especially in the field of skin care. In this amazing cosmetics line, Alpienne uses Tirol wild roses and ensures that the knowledge handed down will be passed on to future generations. This gorgeous Pampering Pack including hand cream, bath salts and soap gently soothes, moisturizes and cleanses the sensitive skin, leaving it soft. Enriched with snow algae, glacial water and, naturally, the name-giving wild roses, all three products soothe sensitive skin instantly and nourish the skin in depth.

5. Ideal for Mature Skin: Alpine Organics Face Care by Pure Green

Since 2007, Pure Green has created its products at the Heart of the Alps based on a unique philosophy. Pure Green cosmetics combine naturally derived active ingredients, extracts from local plants and organic essential oils. Their formulations do not contain ingredients that have been associated with adverse effects on health or the environment. The key ingredients of their joyously active Eye Cream and Night Cream are Tirol mountain spring water and grapeseed oil. Ideal for dehydrated or mature skin with wrinkles, it quenches the thirsty skin and recovers its hydration thanks to organic shea butter, jojoba oil and aloe. The rich formulation with natural ingredients also contributes to skin regeneration and combats multiple signs of aging.

6. Natural Skin Repair: Alpenlarch Body Cream

Alpenlarch’s Organic Larch Body Cream with the unique attributes of juniper leaves the skin exceptionally soft. It provides an amazing Tirol sensation of wellbeing thanks to its unique larch and juniper-based scent. Larch organic essential oil has very effective and promising healing attributes: It relaxes the body and the senses and helps treat stress while uplifting your spirits. Stone pine and juniper essential oils provide additional moisturizing and tone the body’s microcirculation.

In Austria for a product to be classified organic, at least 95 per cent of what’s inside it must be certified as such. The natural substances of plant and animal origin and of derived natural substances contained in the product must come from controlled organic farming and/or wild collection. No silicones, parabens, mineral oils, petrochemicals, synthetic fragrances or artificial preservatives are permitted, as well as other ingredients that have been associated with adverse effects on health or the environment. Learn more about Austrian Standards (German only).

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