Updated Brand Review: Earthwise Beauty

How is it almost Halloween already?! As I look outside my window and see the leaves that have changed to colors of red, orange, and yellow, I immediately think of Earthwise Beauty. For thirteen years, a maple leaf was a part of Earthwise Beauty’s identity — it was emblazoned at the top of their home page, on the labels of each of their products, and on their packaging. A maple leaf will always symbolize Earthwise Beauty to me.

In June of this year, Earthwise Beauty debuted a new look along with a streamlined collection of products. This included a majority of their original core products — a couple of new and improved ones (Resiliency Face Serum and Marshmallow Face Cleanser) — and one entirely new product (Yasuni Face Balm) — for a grand total of seventeen products (plus seven teas, of course). Frightening Green Face Mask, Tangerine Skies Facial Oil, Carrot-a-Day Face and Eye Serum Sensitive, Marigold Fields Face Moisturizer, and Aphrodite Facial Steam were the products that were retired (cue the Sarah McLachlan song, “I Will Remember You“). They will be deeply missed.

Ava and her team spent many months planning and creating the brand’s new look, staying tightlipped throughout the whole process. Finally, after much anticipation, they unveiled their new look to the world — gone were the colorful and quirky designs and glass jars and metal lids of years past. Their new look encompasses ingredient-protecting miron bottles and jars; sophisticated cream labels; sleek, modern black font; and a copper foil logo. The “new” Earthwise Beauty is chicer, more grown up, but still embodies the spirit of the original Earthwise Beauty that we’ve loved over the years. But that’s not all — droppers have replaced pumps on some of the products and some new sizes were also introduced. All in all, I could not be happier with the changes — everything looks great! With that, I will be reviewing some of my favorite products from the “new” Earthwise Beauty.

(P.S.: If you’re curious about Earthwise Beauty’s redesign process, you can read all about it here!)


The Marshmallow Face Cleanser (simplied from Marshmallow Suds Face Cleanser) is the only liquid face cleanser in Earthwise Beauty’s repertoire at the moment. The Cleanser is ultra-gentle and is suitable for those with sensitive skin or have skin issues like eczema. It gently foams to create a soapy, milky lather, and contains many calming and soothing organic herbs like soothing and softening marshmallow root, healing calendula petals, and anti-inflammatory chamomile flowers. For the new and improved Marshmallow Face Cleanser, apricot kernel oil has been replaced with pumpkin seed oil, and galbanum oil and violet leaf absolute have also been added.

I primarily use the Cleanser at night (as I don’t usually cleanse my face in the morning), and I find that it cleanses very well — my skin feels soft, silky, calm and almost squeaky-clean, but never too dry or tight. The original Marshmallow Suds face wash had a unique scent that my dear friend Arjun and I often described as “buttered lobster,” but the scent was actually due to the mix of German chamomile, Moroccan chamomile (blue tansy), and lemon balm! After using as least five or six bottles, I had grown to love the scent! The new Marshmallow Face Cleanser still smells the same for the most part, but I think the addition of the galbanum oil and violet leaf absolute has made it less butter lobster-y. (I promise you, it smells good!) Nevertheless, it’s still one of my favorite cleaners — “holy grail” status for sure! You only have to use the tiniest bit as a little goes a long way — just make sure you shake the bottle to evenly disperse all of the ingredients! Bonus: you can also use this as a body wash! (3.4 oz / 100 ml; $60)


Herbal infusion {distilled water, Althaea officinalis (marshmallow) root*, Calendula officinalis (marigold) flowers (* or organic from our gardens), Matricaria recutita (chamomile) buds*}, water, saponified Cocos nucifera (coconut) oil*†, cold-press unrefined Cucurbita pepo (pumpkin) seed oil (organic whenever available), Simmondsia chinensis (jojoba) seed oil, cold-press whole-leaf Aloe barbadensis leaf juice*, vegetable glycerin (from non-GMO soy)*, saponified Olea europaea (olive) oil*†, potassium hydroxide (but none remains in final product, after saponifying oils into soap and glycerin), Cannabis sativa (hemp) oil*, natural ECOCERT preservative {glycerin, Leuconostoc (radish root) ferment filtrate, Lonicera japonica (honeysuckle) flower extract, Lonicera caprifolium (honeysuckle) extract, Populus tremuloides (quaking aspen) bark extract, gluconolactone}, guar gum, gluconolactone (from non-GMO corn), organic Tanacetum annuum (blue tansy/Moroccan chamomile) oil, Matricaria recutita (German blue chamomile) oil*, Melissa officinalis (lemon balm) oil*, Ferula galbaniflua (galbanum) oil*, organic Viola odorata (violet) leaf absolute, citric acid, tocopherol (vit. E from non-GMO sunflowers). *Certified organic. †Certified Fair Trade.


The Cistus and Moonlight Face Mist is a truly special facial mist. This multi-faceted hydrosol is formulated with the cistus essential oil (which is a variety of rock rose that grows in the wild in Spain and Portugal) and is known for its skin firming properties. Ava actually sources the cistus directly from an artisan distiller in Portugal that painstakingly cuts the plants by hand. Once she receives a shipment, she waits for the next full moon to infuse the “Portuguese beauty water” under the moon overnight. The moonlight is believed to amplify the healing properties that correspond to the yin (or feminine element), such as beauty, female intuition and insight, gentleness, and patience. I love that the Mist is enriched with gemstones like Rainbow Moonstone, Mangano CalciteClear Quartz; and flower essences, like Pacific Northwest Pink Phlox and Alaskan Monkshood; which in turn effectively turns the Facial Mist into an aura mist. I’ve just recently gotten into different types of therapies like these so I appreciate that Ava incorporated a bit of crystal healing into the Mist.

In addition to its skin-firming capabilities, the cistus has a slew of other great skin benefits: it’s naturally antibacterial (also anti-viral and anti-fungal), anti-acne, pore minimizing, and is excellent for reducing signs of aging. A touch of cold-pressed organic whole-leaf aloe juice has also been added to the Face Mist for its skin-reparative and cooling properties.

The Cistus and Moonlight Face Mist is incredibly refreshing and cooling. I use this both AM and PM after cleansing (if applicable), and I like to spritz this very liberally. One of my biggest pet peeves is when mists spray me with too much product — this one doesn’t! The nozzle disperses an even, fine mist. After using the Mist, there is a visible improvement in my skin — it feels hydrated, firm, smooth, and pores look tightened. The Mist has a unique scent that is kind of hard to describe — it’s resinous, sweet, and almost honey-like. I wasn’t fond of the scent at first, but it grew on me after a few uses, and now I love it. The Mist used to only be available in a 2 oz size, but Earthwise Beauty has answered my prayers for a bigger size and now offers a generous 3.4 oz size — yay! (3.4 oz / 100 ml; $40)


Cistus ladanifer (rock rose) hydrosol* or † (Portugal), cold-press whole-leaf Aloe barabensis juice*, Cistus ladanifer (rock rose) essential oil†, potassium sorbate (natural food-grade preservative), wild Aconitum delphinifolium (monkshood) flower essence, wild Phlox longifolia (pink phlox) flower essence, rainbow moonstone gem essence, mangano calcite gem essence, clear quartz gem essence. *Certified organic. †Responsibly wildcrafted. Aloe certified by the International Aloe Science Council (IASC) for purity and content.


The Ambrosia del Cerrado Liquid Moisturizer was the very first Earthwise Beauty product I tried, and is what started my love affair with the brand. Ambrosia del Cerrado is a very lightweight moisturizer with the intent of delivering lots of moisture without a waxy or overly emollient feel. It’s great for times when the skin is dehydrated but you want a moisturizer with a breathable, light feel. If you have very oily skin then you can certainly use this during the warmer months as your only moisturizer (as I think it would provide enough moisture) but I actually like to use this as a hydrating serum year-round.

Ambrosia del Cerrado is like sunshine in a bottle! The Serum’s yellow hue is bright and cheery and the Serum has a delicious light tropical-guava scent. It is somewhat watery in texture (but not runny), is quick-absorbing, and has a silky finish. Like many of Earthwise Beauty’s other products, this one is also aloe-based! In addition to aloe, Ambrosia contains some other fantastic, exotic ingredients, such as:

  • Pequi fruit oil: rich in vitamin C, betacarotene (which the body converts to vitamin A), and vitamins B1 and B2, all promoting firm, supple, even-toned skin
  • Buriti oil: great for anti-aging and for improving the appearance of brown spots and scars
  • Moringa pod oil: further aids moisturization and delivers an incredible range of vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients

Since this is aloe-based, I don’t mind using a generous amount — I usually use a half dropper-full each time. I use Ambrosia as a hydrating serum both AM and PM right after I mist with the Cistus and Moonlight Mist. My skin loves this stuff and eats it right up! It feels quenched, hydrated, nourished, and healthy — brilliant! The 1 oz size is still available but the larger size is now 1.7 oz instead of the 2 oz as it was before. (1.7 oz / 50 ml; $70)


Cold-press whole-leaf Aloe barbadensis leaf juice*, cold-press unrefined Caryocar braziliensis (pequi) fruit oil†, cold-press unrefined Mauritia flexuosa (buriti) fruit oil†, cold-press unrefined Moringa oleifera seed oil† or *, Sambucus nigra (elderberry) fruit extract, polysorbate 20 (naturally derived), tocopherol (vit. E from non-GMO sunflowers), potassium sorbate (natural food-grade preservative), xanthan gum, ascorbic acid (vit. C), citric acid. *Certified organic. †Responsibly wildcrafted. Aloe certified by the International Aloe Science Council (IASC) for purity and content. 

The next two serums are like my “ride or dies!” I used both of these together religiously for several months straight (when I first discovered them) and they completely transformed my skin! When several people I knew commented on how great my skin looked, I knew these were the real deal. These serums can be used separately, but I love using them together. When paired together, boy, they a force to be reckoned with!

Earthwise Beauty’s Carrot-A-Day Face and Eye Serum (Classic) is now the wonderful Resiliency Face Serum. Resiliency is the first serum of the aforementioned dynamic duo. I’m so happy Ava decided to keep this as a part of her collection! A couple tweaks were made to the formula and now it’s better than ever! Resiliency is another aloe-based serum that has a thick gel-like texture. It is a cloudy light peach color. The Serum has a fresh, sweet carrot scent with a hint of spearmint — really refreshing (and this is coming from someone that doesn’t like any mint scents!).

What’s great about this Serum is that it is completely non-comedogenic! Resiliency is technically oil-free as the essential oils that are in it are more extracts than oils — which makes this a fantastic Serum for acne-prone skin. Minimally-processed aloe is the main ingredient, followed by the main active, carrot seed oil. Betacarotene-rich carrot seed oil is highly effective for skin tissue regeneration, and sun damage prevention and correction. It also helps fade dark spots and brightens your overall complexion. The Serum also contains German blue chamomile for its anti-inflammatory and skin-healing properties, as well as, helichrysum (everlasting) for its anti-aging, and scar and spot reduction capabilities. Corsican helichrysum is no longer used in the formula due to concerns about overharvesting in the region. Earthwise Beauty now uses a blend of Croatian and Bosnian helichrysums to offer a broad spectrum of healing components and a more complex scent. And finally, a touch of spearmint offers cooling and de-puffing properties.

Both AM and PM, after I use Ambrosia del Cerrado, I apply a healthy dollop of Resiliency all over my face and neck. The thick gel texture feels so incredible when I smooth it over my skin. It’s refreshing and cooling — just divine! It feels even better when you apply it right out of the fridge! (It’s recommended that you refrigerate the Serum, which I normally do, and would recommend that you do, too.) Right away, my skin feels hydrated, plump, supple, and looks radiant. After extended use my skin is so smooth and even-toned and the appearance of dark spots and any hyperpigmentation have vastly improved. I just look and feel phenomenal when I use this Serum. If you want that ‘glow,’ you definitely need to try Resiliency! It will always be one of my “holy grail” serums — it’s just that good! Instead of having two different sizes, Resiliency now comes in a nice 1 oz jar. (1 oz / 30 ml; $64)


Cold-press whole-leaf Aloe barbadensis leaf juice*, Daucus carota (carrot) seed essential oil*, tocopherol (vit. E from non-GMO sunflowers), Helichrysum italicum and (Italian everlasting) oil*, natural ECOCERT preservative {glycerin, Leuconostoc (radish root) ferment filtrate, Lonicera japonica (honeysuckle) flower extract, Lonicera caprifolium (honeysuckle) extract, Populus tremuloides (quaking aspen) extract, gluconolactone}, natural ECOCERT emulsifier (glycerin, sucrose laurate, sucrose dilaurate, sucrose trilaurate, hydrogenated starch hydrolysate), Marticaria recutita (German blue chamomile) oil*, carbomer, ascorbic acid (vit. C), Mentha spicata (spearmint) oil*, Rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary) leaf extract. *Certified organic.

The second serum of the aforementioned dynamic duo is the marvelous Nap in the Meadow Face Serum! I originally tried this when it first came out and it was like love at first use. The Serum is lightweight, quick-absorbing, and virtually oil-free! It is also aloe-based which makes it another fantastic option for those with oily / acne-prone skin. It is light-blue-green and cloudy in color, and has a liquid-y, dew-like texture. The scent is incredibly calming with its mix of floral essential oils like yarrow, German blue chamomile, and lavender — but it also has a hint of sweetness to it. In addition to aloe, Nap in the Meadow is formulated with some other fantastic ingredients:

  • Turmeric CO2 supercritical extract is non-irritating and provides antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits
  • Yarrow oil has fantastic anti-inflammatory properties that help soothe skin disorders such as psoriasis and eczema, and also helps heal acne and balance excessively oily skin
  • Helichrysum (Bosnian and Croatian everlasting) revitalizes skin tissue and is beneficial for wrinkles, sagging skin, other signs of skin-aging, scar healing, and sunburn
  • Elderberry extract provides an incredible dose of antioxidants to delay skin aging and reverse UV damage
  • Galbanum aids with skin tissue repair and scar healing and prevention
  • Copaiba balsam resin has fantastic acne-healing properties

What makes Nap in the Meadow so special is that it delivers a broad range of benefits in a single product: deep hydration, strong anti-inflammatory action, antioxidants, anti-aging benefits, acne-reducing, tissue repairing, and sunburn / sun damage repair. The Serum works fantastically on its own, but I love using this along with the Resiliency Face Serum. I truly believe that these Serums go hand-in-hand, and when used together, you get the most fantastic results! I like to use this right after I apply Resiliency and what I notice most after using this Serum is how hydrating it is and how much it helps with my skin’s overall appearance. My pores are visibly minimized, it helps with my acne-scarring, and it makes my skin super-smooth.

Earlier this year Ava reformulated Nap in the Meadow to remove the preservative Polysorbate 20 (as there were concerns that it is created with carcinogenic ethylene oxide and can subsequently be contaminated with 1,4 dioxane), and replaced it with a cleaner, naturally-derived substitute, caprylyl capryl glucoside. The change in formulation did not impact the effectiveness of the Serum, as the actives are still the same. It is recommended that you refrigerate Nap in the Meadow, as well, and that’s how I like to store it, too. The Serum comes in a 1 oz size, as well, as a 1.7 oz size now. (1.7 oz / 50 ml; $50)


Cold-press whole-leaf Aloe barbadensis leaf juice*, Sambucus nigra (elderberry) fruit extract, Curcuma longa (turmeric) root Supercritical CO2 Select extract*, caprylyl capryl glucoside (naturally derived), Lavandula angustifolia (lavender) oil (* and †), Achillea millefolium (yarrow) oil*, Helichrysum italicum (Italian everlasting) oil†, Marticaria recutita (German blue chamomile) oil*, potassium sorbate (natural food-grade preservative), organic Pelargonium graveolens (geranium bourbon) oil, Pelargonium roseum (geranium rose) oil*, Copaifera officinalis (copaiba balsam) resin†, Ferula galbaniflua (galbanum) oil*, xanthan gum, ascorbic acid (vit. C), Rosa woodsii (Wood’s rose) flower essence†, Phlox longifolia (pink phlox) flower essence†, Achillea millefolium (white yarrow) flower essence†, Lupinus argenteus (silvery lupine) flower essence†. *Certified organic. †Responsibly wildcrafted. Aloe certified by the International Aloe Science Council (IASC) for purity and content.


The Ruby Face Oil is one of my absolute favorite face oils! I’ve literally gone through bottles of Ruby at lightning speed. It’s extremely lightweight and has a luscious guava-passionfruit scent — it’s so addictive! Because the face oil is lightweight, it’s perfect for oily / acneic skin types and is especially suitable to use in the Spring and Summer. The Facial Oil reminds me so much of Ambrosia del Cerrado because it contains so many antioxidant-rich, exotic, tropical oils — pequi and guava oils give the skin a lovely glow; buriti, pequi, and rosehip oils provide skin firmness; and raspberry, rosehip, and cranberry oils help with skin elasticity. The addition of turmeric CO2 extract and whole-plant celery CO2 helps reduce inflammation of the skin. Ruby has a vibrant orange color but is non-staining.

I can honestly use this oil year-round, but when my skin feels like it needs a little more moisture (like in the colder months), I like to use a face balm, like Tigress on top. I use this in the AM after I apply Nap in the Meadow. Ruby absorbs pretty quickly, and I like that it is hydrating but never leaves my skin feeling oily. My skin definitely feels firmer, more elastic, and glowy. The best! Ruby now comes in a .5 oz and 1 oz size. (1 oz / 30 ml; $100)


Organic cold-press unrefined Psidium guajava (guava) seed oil (India), cold-press unrefined Silybum marianum (milk thistle) seed oil*, cold-press unrefined Vacinnium macrocarpon (cranberry) seed oil*, cold-press unrefined whole-fruit Rosa canina (rosehip) oil*, cold-press unrefined Plukenetia volubilis (sacha inchi) seed oil* or †, cold-press unrefined Rubus ideaus (raspberry) seed oil (organic whenever available), cold-press unrefined Caryocar braziliensis (pequi) fruit oil†, cold-press unrefined Moringa oleifera seed oil†, cold-press unrefined Calophyllum inophyllum (tamanu) nut kernel oil (India)*, cold-press unrefined Mauritia flexuosa (buriti) fruit oil†, Curcuma longa (turmeric) root Supercritical CO2 Select extract*, tocopherol (vit. E from non-GMO sunflowers), organic Oenothera biennis (evening primrose) seed CO2 Total extract, organic Apium graveolens (celery) CO2 Total extract, Acacia dealbata (mimosa) flower absolute† (artisanally extracted in Grasse, France). *Certified organic. †Responsibly wildcrafted.


Earthwise Beauty released their first face balm late last year, the Tigress Face Balm, and it did not disappoint! It’s absolutely gorgeous and it’s everything I thought it would be — and more! I love that it’s geared towards acne-prone skin and is completely non-comedogenic. Tigress is lightweight, soft in texture, and is a greenish-toffee color. It has a unique spicy-tropical scent which I find so addictive! The Face Balm contains some unique skin-healing and regenerating ingredients from around the world, such as Ucuuba butter, Kokum butter, Sapote oil, Babassu oil, green coffee bean oil, Spikenard, frankincense, and Usnea lichen extract.

  • Ucuuba butter is super-healing and addresses a plethora of skin issues like acne, eczema, and psoriasis; it also renews collagen and promotes skin tissue regeneration
  • Kokum butter is a pore-minimizing astringent and is rich in vitamin E
  • Sapote oil is known for its highly antimicrobial properties (and is more like a butter in texture)
  • Babassu oil is another butter-like oil that is a lightly astringent emollient for dry to severely dry skin
  • Green coffee bean oil has a similar pH to our own skin and is rich in phytochemicals, which is fantastic in the caring of acne-prone and oily skin
  • Spikenard essential oil is a gentle, yet powerful skin regenerator that is known for helping stubborn skin issues, particularly acne, psoriasis, and eczema
  • Frankincense essential oil is great for anti-aging and helps diminish wrinkles; reverse sun damage, loss of skin firmness, and age spots; and also helps reduce inflammation
  • Usnea lichen extract has a ton of antimicrobial properties, it dries up acne breakouts, and speeds up healing

Tigress is super-soft, buttery, and melts instantly on contact. It absorbs quickly without leaving any residue behind. A little goes a long way, so I only use a very mall pea-size amount. I like to use this over a face oil like the Ruby Face Oil or the Ferns and Moss Face Serum. The Face Balm penetrates deeply and is extremely healing — my acne has gotten better overtime and my scarring is less noticeable; my pores look smaller, and my skin hasn’t been as oily. My skin also feels soothed, calm, and moisturized. After using Tigress for quite some time, my skin definitely feels firmer and smoother. It’s a must-have for the colder months — love! Tigress now comes in an easy-to-use 1 oz jar. (1 oz; $110)

When Ava comes out with a new product I get giddy with glee. She had been teasing about a new product, the Yasuni Face Balm, since January — and when the “new” Earthwise Beauty got rolled out I finally got to try it! Yasuni is such a fantastic face balm so it was worth the wait!

Yasuni, named after the Yasuni National Park in Ecuador, can be used for all skin types but it was created with sensitive skin in mind as it contains no essential oils. The face balm is based on fruit oils (acai, buriti) that work similarly to a retinol — it exfoliates and resurfaces the skin but without any redness or irritation. Yasuni contains some other beautiful ingredients like cranberry and raspberry seed oils; green coffee bean oil; marula oil, and tucuma, cupuaçu, kokum, and bacuri seed butters. What’s amazing about Yasuni is that despite it being semi-hard in the jar, the balm itself is featherweight, and melts instantly on contact. I use this mostly at night but feel very comfortable using this in the AM as it so lightweight and non-greasy. It works fabulously at controlling oil production and I also find that it heals acne and reduces blackheads exceptionally well. As for the scent, it is light — slightly fruity but smells clean and green — like freshly picked green coffee greens. It’s a completely different scent profile as Tigress, but still as addictive, nonetheless! (1 oz / 30 ml; $110)


Cold-press unrefined Theobroma grandiflorum (cupuaçu) seed butter†, cold-press unrefined Garcinia indica (kokum) seed butter†, cold-press unrefined Platonia insignis (bacuri) seed butter†, cold-press unrefined Astrocaryum tucuma seed butter†, cold-press unrefined Euterpe oleracea (açai) fruit oil†, cold-press unrefined non-GMO Vaccinium macrocarpon (cranberry) seed oil (organic whenever available), cold-press unrefined Rubus ideaus (raspberry) seed oil*, cold-press unrefined Coffea arabica (green coffee) seed oil†, cold-press unrefined Sclerocarya birrea (marula) seed oil*, tocopherol (vit. E from non-GMO sunflowers), cold-press unrefined Mauritia flexuosa (buriti) fruit oil†, Sambucus nigra (elderberry) fruit extract. *Certified organic. †Responsibly wildcrafted.


When Ava spends over a year to create a product, you know it’s got to be good. Who knew a lip treatment would take that much time to develop? After forty-one iterations, the Thelma Lip Treatment was finally ready. When Ava created Thelma she had a specific goal in mind — she wanted a creamy, moisturizing, balm that penetrated deeply to heal the lips. In order to do this, she used South African mafura butter, Brazilian bacuri butter, and Brazil nut oil. She also used mango kernel butter to enhance smoothness and elasticity of the lip tissue.

Right off the bat, this lip balm is more unique than any other lip balm I’ve tried. It’s got a hard texture but it gets softer and more “fluffy” the deeper you get into the pot. Thelma applies soft upon contact and is surprisingly not thick at all! I’ve been so used to thick lip balms, that this one took me some time to get used to. The Lip Treatment feels very lightweight on the lips — almost like I have nothing on at all. Despite the consistency being rather thin, it moisturizes my lips well and makes them feel very smooth. It is incredibly reparative as it penetrates deep into the lip tissue to heal it. Thelma doesn’t really have much of a scent — it just smells of butters and is slightly nutty. I’ve been using this for months now and I feel like I’ve barely put a dent in it — this little jar will last you forever! I’m not sure if this is feasible or not, but I’d love to see Thelma in a stick version! (.2 oz; $26)


Cold-press unrefined Allanblackia floribunda seed butter†, Cold-press unrefined Ximenia americana seed oil†, cold-press unrefined Bertholletia excelsa (Brazil nut) seed oil* or †, cold-press unrefined Theobroma grandiflorum (cupuaçu) seed butter†, cold-press unrefined Mangifera indica (mango) seed butter* or †, cold-press unrefined Trichilia emetica (mafura) seed butter†, cold-press unrefined Platonia insignis (bacuri) seed butter†, Sambucus nigra (elderberry) fruit extract, tocopherol (vit. E from non-GMO sunflowers), Vanilla planifolia (vanilla) extract*. *Certified organic. †Responsibly wildcrafted.

Final Thoughts

I’ve been using Earthwise Beauty for years now and I’ve recommended them to friends and family time and time again. The reason why is because Earthwise Beauty’s products actually work — I know that I can trust Earthwise Beauty — and I know they will never compromise on ethics or quality. All of Earthwise Beauty’s products are beautifully-formulated using only the most uniquest and freshest ingredients. You can literally see and smell how fresh their products are. I also love that they care about the earth and their committment to sustainability.

Earthwise Beauty absolutely nailed it with this relaunch! I love the new look — it’s aesthetically-pleasing, and grown up and sophisticated. And I like the pared down product selection — it’s not as overwhelming as before. As much as I’m going to miss the discontinued products (that I mentioned above), I know Ava will have some even better products up her sleeve. One new product I know she’s working on is the Black Locust Firming Concentrate — I cannot wait for it to come out — it sounds incredible!

If you’re interested in trying any of these products (or any of their other products), the promo code “ecochicbeauty” gets you 15% off your entire order at Earthwise Beauty. The promo code works on their Pacific Northwest Essenses, as well! The promo codes never expires so you can use it as many times as you’d like! Enjoy!


The Earthwise Beauty products were kindly provided for consideration, however all opinions expressed are my own. This post contains an affiliate link and promo code as mentioned above.