Get your organic and natural beauty fix at these stores and online retailers.

Balm Kitchen

Singaporean Teresa Foo founded Balm Kitchen to create natural, plant-based and vegan lip balms and body balms. It all started in her kitchen (hence the name) and has grown from a hobby to a business with an extensive range. All products are handmade in Singapore and use sweet almond oil and raw ingredients like vanilla, coffee beans and dark chocolate.
We like: Green Tea Lip Balm ($5.90) and Au Naturel Body Balm ($10.90). They're local, handmade and seriously good value.

Bud Cosmetics

Bud Cosmetics stock a large range of ethical and natural beauty products. All the cosmetics are made from certified organic and bio-dynamic materials and plant-derived ingredients. There's also no use of synthetic chemicals or artificial fragrances either, so products can be used on even the most sensitive skin.
We like: That they have a full range of organic makeup (from $25) which can be tricky to find elsewhere, as well as the all-natural Logodent Herbal Toothpaste ($9) for those who don't want to ingest unnecessary fluoride.

Adonica Kube

Adonica Kube offers a range of natural and environmentally-friendly skin care, hair care and makeup products for men and women. There’s a distinct focus on organic ingredients and products that are free from pesticides, petroleum and parabens.
We like: That they have a wide range of natural men's products, like the Hydrating Shaving Cream ($32.40) and Aloe and Sandalwood Hair Styling Cream ($30.60) that both come in sufficiently masculine packaging. 

Charis Naturals

Charis Naturals curate and distribute natural skincare, haircare and cosmetics with formulas based in herbalism and the power of plants. They also have an online glossary to explain the ingredients used and outline the effects of other harsh chemicals on the skin.
We like: That they feature hard-to-find products like Kahina Organic Argan Oil ($122) and yummy-sounding skincare like the Athenia Chocolate Indulgence Mask ($29).

Katharos Organics

Katharos stock personally hand-picked organic skincare from two natural brands, Eminence and Wild Nature. All products on the site are organic, toxin-free, animal cruelty-free and environmentally friendly with minimal packaging.
We like: The popular Wild Nature Loose Powder Foundations ($79.99) and the anti-aging Eminence Bamboo Firming Fluid ($81.60).

Mekhala Living

Founded by Jang Bauerle, a vegan, yogi naturopath, Mekhala's natural products are created using her indigenous knowledge of plants and herbs learned in her native Thailand. Starting out as just a small business, the range now includes a full set of skincare products and essential oils. 
We like: That they use interesting ingredients and scent combinations like the Coconut and Turmeric Scrub ($8.50) and the Soothing Tamarind Facial Cleanser ($42). Their online store also stocks organic sauces and condiments. 

Plume and Preen 

Plume and Preen began as a humble market stall selling homemade soaps, and have since expanded into a fully-equipped online store. They even do custom soaps for weddings, baby showers and corporate gifts.
We like: Their delish edible-sounding soaps like Latte ($16.90) and Honey Green Tea ($19.90) as well as sweet-smelling skincare products like the Floret Face Wash ($29.90). 

The Naturally Better Company

The Naturally Better Company are out to prove that natural products can be just as effective as their chemical counterparts, and stock a range of products that are biodegradable, certified organic and fair-trade.
We like: The pretty and affordable Hurraw Vegan Lip Balms made from raw and wildcrafted ingredients (from $9.10) and natural household products like the Grapefruit Dishwashing Liquid ($9.50).

Pure Tincture

Less focused on beauty products, but still in the beauty realm, Pure Tincture offer a range of facials and skincare treatments without the use of the synthetic or toxic products (the ones that can often leave your face red and sore after a trip to the spa).
We like: The organic facials for sensitive skin like the Jasmin Organic Uplifting Facial ($180) and the Sukispa Natural Antioxidant Facial ($180).


An oldie but a goodie, Lush is well known for its ever-evolving range of plant-based products. They use organic fruits and vegetables to make their range, together with essential oils and natural fragrances. They also have minimal packaging and are strongly against animal testing.
We like: That their products sound good enough to eat, like the Creamy Candy Bath Bar ($9.50) and the Mint Julips Lip Scrub ($21). Their stores smell almost too good to walk past as well.