Being an all natural girl, I’ve never really been into makeup too much. Don’t get me wrong I adore Sephora as much as the next gal. But while most of them flock to the makeup aisles I hover over the skincare section. Testing out moisturizers, serums, face oils, lotions, eye creams you name it i have it, have tried , it or I want it.

Over the years however due to hormonal changes my skin has become somewhat sensitive and less tolerant to the typical chemicaly laden, cleverly disguised products. A recent bout of breakouts and excessive dryness led me to actively be on the lookout for more natural alternatives.

As it turned out natural, organic skincare was a dime a dozen. From drugstores to high end boutiques, everywhere I turned organic and all natural products were on display , ready and willing to prove their dedication to Mother Earth . ?

Well this was a piece of cake I thought as I skipped home clutching my bulging bags, heck I feel closer to nature already.?Look out Pocahontas !

However I did a double take ? as I unboxed the first item from my haul and went over the ingredients list. The ?% Shea butter lip balm contained only 5% Shea butter ?! The rest of the 95% was a jumble of tiny, ?unpronounceable print out of which petrolatum and 8% almond oil was all I could make out.

The rest as they say is a very expensive history ??. Every single product from the face wash to the moisturizers from a wide array of brand names swearing up and down about being organic ?. were anything but ❌.

So what’s with all the labeling you ask❓Here’s what’s happening. There are no FDA standards or regulations in place when it comes to labeling cosmetic products as organic. Basically it means that even if one of the gazillion ingredients is organically sourced the entire concoction can be labeled as an organic product. ?

So what’s a gal to do⁉️ You need to play detective that’s what?. Don’t be lulled into a false sense of security by the word “organic”. Look for products with the USDA organic seal if possible, this will ensure the product contains only organically sourced ingredients.

Check the ingredients list, an organic product should contain between 70- 95% of organically sourced items excluding water and salt. Basically the fewer ingredients a product has the better it is for you.

Now here’s the bad news ; Your chances of finding all natural , certified ?% organic , cruelty free products in your nearest beauty store are about the same as finding a single,handsome, charming hunk of a guy ready to commit at the word go, when you turn the corner . Basically zero to very slim ?.

But not to worry ,yours truly has done the work and weeded out the crazies for you. Below are the products i have tried, tested and vouch for as being all natural and effective in what they claim to do.

In no particular order:

Moogoo Anti Aging Face cream with SPF15– with milk protein, olive & raspberry seed oil and zinc oxide for sun protection. This is one of the best moisturizers i have tried hands down. Its non greasy, super moisturizing and wont break you out. Plus its all natural ingredients (i can pronounce and recognize all of them). You can get yours at priced at $34.90.

Moogoo Udder Cream and Full Cream– I use them after a shower as an all over body moisturizer, they are super creamy and smell yummy. Personally i prefer the udder cream i feel it has a thicker texture, the full cream i feel is a bit lighter for me probably better in the summer. Available in 100 grams- $11.90 or 270 grams $18.50 at


Moogoo serums–These have been a lifesaver for me. The super c vitamin serum, the 3 vitamic eye serum and the tamanu oil . I use them all over my face, they absorb instantly , no oily residue , no break outs, just healthy moisturized skin. They have a serum tester pack if you want to sample all of them first. priced at $69 for four full size bottles.Contains the evening primrose oil serum as well. (Haven’t gotten around to trying that but i’m sure ill love it !).


100% pure organic Argan oil by Moroccan Gold-got this from Amazon, super moisturizing , hydrating , pure argan oil. USDA/Eco certified/ Approved fair trade certified. Its a dry oil so once you apply it will absorb into your skin no greasy residue. Has a funky smell but it dissipates within a few seconds. priced at $15.76. (Amazon keeps changing the price but this was the price as of 01/26/2016).


Made from earth-USDA/ECO and cGMP certified products, a bit pricey. I have tried their vitamin C moisturizer, its contains coconut oil and aloe vera and rosehip oil. Another favorite of mine just too pricey to keep buying though was priced at $54.99 now on sale at $38. Get yours at


Dustygirls earth cream– i love love love this cream, its a tinted moisturizer avaiable at a sister site of moogoo. They have an entire line of all natural, cosmetics so all you beauty mavens head on over and check them out. The earth cream is my go to moisturizer everyday, it offers between light and medium coverage. It goes on smoothly, no creasing, caking or streaking and is suitable for acne-prone skin. Comes in light and medium shades. priced at $18.50.


Some other products i have heard really good reviews but haven’t gotten around to trying yet are:

100% pure cosmetics – my best friend swears by these. you can get yours at

sheaterra organics-these are next on my list, especially the rose hips facial cream and the mango shea butter smoothee yumm! check them out at

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That’s all for now folks! i hope you found this review/rant/infomercial helpful and do let me know if you try and like any of these products.

FYI- I am not a sales/spokes person for any of these brands nor do i have any grudges against Sephora i still love going there.

Till we meet again love you all xoxoxo!?