How to Clean Up Your Beauty Routine, According to Sephora

Updated 05/04/19
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As beauty-conscious consumers, we don’t always have an easy time deciphering what ingredients are going into our beauty products, what they actually mean, and whether or not we really need them in our routines. Luckily, Sephora’s Clean category is here to empower us in our product options.

Over the categories of skincare, makeup, haircare, and fragrance, Sephora has now added their seal of approval (or “Clean Seal”) on specific products that are free from ingredients on their “no” list, such as sulfates, parabens, and coal tar, to name but a few. The list of banned ingredients was determined by industry insights, client feedback, and a sustainability team, to provide us with a clearer vision of the beauty products bursting with powerful ingredients that we actually want, minus the ingredients we may not.

So if you’re ready to clean up your beauty routine, shop some of our favorite “clean” beauty products—from skincare to haircare—that have the Sephora seal of approval.

Squalane + Phyto-Retinol Serum
Biossance Squalane + Phyto-Retinol Serum $72
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Massage one to two pumps of this powerful serum onto a clean face morning and night to diminish the look of fine lines and wrinkles—thanks to its plant-derived retinol.

Multi-Stick in A Fine Romance
Ilia Multi-Stick in A Fine Romance $34
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Using a healing and hydrating blend of avocado oil, vitamin E, organic cocoa, and shea, this buttery tinted multi-stick melts onto lips and cheeks for a beautiful on-the-go application.

Don't Despair, Repair! Strength + Moisture Leave-In Mask
Briogeo Don't Despair, Repair! Strength + Moisture Leave-In Mask $28
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Restore hydration and enhance shine to your hair with this leave-in conditioner moisturizing mask. Simply spray throughout freshly washed and damp hair.

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