Edible Beauty - Beauty Reset Drops – Bakuchiol Retinol Alternative

RRP: $42.00

Bronze
Non-toxic
Formulated from excellent, non-toxic ingredients. Includes bakuchiol, orchid, magnolia and spinach leaf extracts.
Ethical
Edible Beauty Australia products are all produced in Australia, are certified vegan and exclude ingredients such as Parabens, Silicones, Benzyl Peroxide, PEGs, Petroleum Derivatives, Mineral Oils, Propylene Glycol, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Artificial Dyes & Fragrances, Talc, Nano-Particles and Harsh Additives. The brand also promotes the use of sustainable and wildcrafted organic ingredients where there is a trustworthy and suitable source. Alternatively, they use natural ingredients from pollution-free sources.
Sustainable
Edible Beauty Australia aims to use recyclable and biodegradable packaging for their skincare, tea and wellness products. The majority of the brand's skincare is packaged in glass. Products not packaged in glass, along with parts such as pumps and caps that cannot be collected in local council recycling bins, can be recycled through Terra Cycle, their global recycling partner. Edible Beauty Australia also uses recycled and sustainable fibre packaging for their products that is 100% recyclable. In addition, the brand uses recyclable mailers that are filled with bio-fill, packaging "foam" that is made of 100% biodegradable cellulose starch.
Responsible
Edible Beauty Australia partners with other sustainable companies to encourage creative "up-cycling" of their empty skincare bottles and tea jars, and share content that inspires everyone to minimise their individual carbon footprint. Customers are able to choose which charitable project $1 from each order placed goes. Current projects they support via the 1-change platform include Protecting Women, Saving our Reef and Feeding Aussies in Crisis. The brand donates both products and funds to indigenous communities and recently planted over 1000 trees as part of a "tree support" month with one tree planted for every order placed in the month of May. In addition, the brand has been involved in fundraising for the Australia bushfire crisis.

What our experts say...

This is such a lovely product to use. It feels lovely to apply and feels nice on the skin afterwards. When I wake up in the morning I feel like my skin is soft and fresh. It works well on it’s own or mixed/layered with a moisturiser. The hero ingredient of this product is Bakuchiol which has been listed as an endangered plant by the International Union for Conservation of Nature.

– Ash Quinn

A brilliant alternative to retinol, which all skin types (even sensitive and pregnant/breastfeeding – both of which apply to me!) can enjoy. It’s lightweight and silky on the skin, so layers with any other care regimen well. It leaves skin radiant and glowing, without irritation or dryness (which can typically come with highly active serums). The packaging has a chic premium feel to it too. Really thoughtful and thorough – it’s impressive that it encompasses all facets of the business, and also includes direct philanthropy which can be informed by the consumer individually.

–Amy Starr

So feather light, this incredible silky oil spreads smoothly and vanishes in seconds, absorbing deeply into my skin leaving no oily sheen at all, just exquisitely moisturised and soft skin. Super gentle, this gorgeous face oil doesn’t make my combination skin break out even when used daily. Within a week of daily use, I was getting compliments on my youthful glow (as a mother of two young children, that’s really something!)

–Emily Fletcher

My skin is very happy when using this oil – even after just a few days use, I can see it becoming brighter, smoother and plumper. Containing just a few ingredients, I am directed to apply it for three weeks for a “beauty reset” and I can see already, in just a few days, the wonderful benefits this would reap. I love that it can be used in tandem with a serum and second face oil. I’m a big fan of the heartfelt ethos of this brand and their commitment to being sustainable and reducing waste.

–Emma Freeman

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