Farmacy Beauty is one of my all-time favorite clean beauty brands. I love both the ethos behind the company and what their products have done for my skin, and I thought I’d share some of my favorites from the brand.
Farmacy partners with local and organic farms around the world to source clean, natural ingredients sustainably. Thanks to their science-backed formulas, their products are non-toxic, natural, and effective.
Farmacy products are free from parabens, formaldehyde, synthetic fragrances, pthalate, and mineral oil, and are cruelty-free. They’re mostly vegan, with the exception being honey in some of their products.
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My Favorite Farmacy Beauty Products
I’m on my fourth or fifth bottle of this stuff. It is liquid gold! I have combination normal/oily skin and this cleanser does the job without stripping my skin of moisture. It’s the only foaming cleanser I’ve used that doesn’t leave my skin feeling dry. Also, it smells like honey, which is an absolute delight.
If you have acne-prone skin, including fungal acne, this cleaner is an absolute must.
This is my all-time favorite makeup remover! It doesn’t sting my eyes and it removes everything, including waterproof mascara.
The product is indeed a lovely pale green color. It’s a solid at room temperature, which is super convenient for travel because it doesn’t spill. Once it warms up on your skin, it melts right in, and it rinses off easily with water, without leaving any oily residue. Oh, and it has a fresh, citrusy smell that I love!
Note: I love that Farmacy offers the Clean Bee cleanser and Green Clean makeup remover at a discounted price if you buy the set!
A chemical exfoliant is a must for any skincare routine, but the key is to not overdo it. The Honeymoon exfoliant has a high concentration of AHAs – 12% – so tread lightly, but it is quite effective and helps clear my skin and fight breakouts.
I use this on my oily areas (forehead, mostly, and sometimes the center of my face) about three times a week. More often than that, and my skin gets dried out from over-exfoliating. A little goes a long way, so this product has lasted me a long time.
OK, can we talk about the packaging??? The bottle is adorable and makes me feel like a secret princess living in a cottage, where I sing to birds and the bees make face masks out of honey just for me.
The mask smells like honey, of course, and goes on sticky like you might expect but then lathers a bit with some friction. It makes my skin tingle in a really pleasant way. The mask is moisturizing and leaves my face super soft, and the honey has antimicrobial properties to fight blemishes.
When I ran out of my last eye cream (it was from Biossance and it was like $54!!!), I Googled, “is eye cream really necessary?” I read some opinions from dermatologists and decided, begrudgingly, that I would rather shell out an unreasonable sum of money for a tiny amount of product than suffer premature eye wrinkles, because I am vain.
At $38, Farmacy’s eye cream is actually on the more affordable side of the spectrum for eye creams. I know…it’s still ridiculous for less volume than the dollop of sour cream you get in a Chipotle burrito bowl. Although I’m using this preventatively rather than to see immediate results, I like that it’s easy to apply and keeps my undereye area moisturized so that it’s not flaky when I use concealer.
There you have it – my Farmacy skincare staples! I have yet to be disappointed by a Farmacy product, so I’m eager to try out more whenever the need arises. Shop Farmacy here.
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