Natural Skin Care Tucson AZ

Natural skin care is comprised of products that are made from botanically sourced ingredients. Aloe vera is often used for its healing properties, along with shea butter from the shea tree, tea tree oil from the melaleuca plant, and jojoba. These ingredients are found in many natural skin care products. Read on to learn more and for spas in Tucson, AZ that give access to natural skin care.

Your Hair Salon and Day Spa
(520) 230-7943
170 W Ft. Lowell St
Tuscon, AZ
Hours
Monday 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Tuesday 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Wednesday 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Thursday 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Friday 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Saturday 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Sunday Closed
Services
Day Spa, Manicures, Pedicures, Spa, Waxing

Endless Possibilities An Aveda Concepts Salon
(520) 624-6280
121 S Olsen Ave
Tucson, AZ
Industry
Health Spa

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Spirit Salon & Day Spa
(520) 881-1050
2567 N Campbell Ave
Tucson, AZ
Industry
Health Spa, Massage Practitioner

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Day Spa by Angel's Heaven Relaxation Spa
(520) 319-2525
1740 E Lester St
Tucson, AZ
Industry
Health Spa, Massage Practitioner

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Arizona Neuromuscular Therapy
(520) 293-0323
720 E Prince Road
Tucson, AZ
Programs & Services
Medical Spa

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Metropolis The Salon, Downtown
(520) 884-7400
268 East Congress Street
Tucson, AZ
Programs & Services
Day spa

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Spirit Salon & Day Spa
(520) 881-1050
2567 N. Campbell Ave.
Tucson, AZ
Programs & Services
Day spa

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Tucson North Health Spa
(520) 887-3151
4001 N Tyndall Avenue
Tucson, AZ
Programs & Services
Day spa

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Xanadu Salon and Spa
(520) 623-8942
3250 N Campbell Ave
Tucson, AZ
Industry
Health Spa

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Salon De Nouveau
(520) 323-0770
2204 E Fort Lowell Rd
Tucson, AZ
Industry
Health Spa, Massage Practitioner

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Beauty and the Budget

Beauty and the Budget

Great natural skincare at prices that won’t break the bank

When times are tough, the tough get back to basics. Recessionista beauty is all about beauty fundamentals: a clear complexion that’s toned, moisturized, and radiant. Who needs vibrating mascara wands, lip plumpers, and primers when your skin looks even better without makeup?

And you don’t have to sacrifice high quality, toxin-free skincare just because budget-conscious is your new bottom-line. Since the latest trend in beauty consumption, according to Mintel (a beauty market research company), is only buying effective, necessary products, we’ve focused on the skincare essentials that we, at least, can’t live without. We’ve found 12 picks in eight categories that comprise a standard beauty routine, and most are under $30.

Our search, by no means exhaustive, required brands that used natural or organic ingredients and none of the nasties: parabens, synthetic fragrances, petro-chemicals, sulfates, artificial colors, or other carcinogens.

Lina Hanson, makeup artist and author of Eco-Beautiful, The Ultimate Guide To Natural Beauty and Wellness (Rodale, 2009) helped us narrow down our search by weighing in with some sage beauty advice. “Some amazing ingredients to look for in natural skincare are aloe vera, shea butter, jojoba oil, calendula, vitamin E oil, and chamomile, which keep your skin soft and moisturized the all-natural way,” says Hanson.

Cleanse:

Eco-friendly skin products treat your skin more gently than those laden with harsh chemicals, but still you want to find a cleanser that complements your skin type. Kimberly Parry Organics Clean Facial Wash helps soothe irritated skin with comfrey root, lavender, and chamomile (8 oz; $30). For dryer skin, The Body Deli Almond Milk Cleanser works wonders. It completely rinses away without a trace, doubles as a makeup remover, and quenches dehydrated skin (8 oz; $22).

Tone:

Don’t be tempted to skip this underrated step. Toning removes any excess grease, makeup, or cleanser residue, creating a pure surface that easily absorbs moisture. A spritzer/toner combo lets you refresh whenever and tone as needed. Pangea Organics Italian Green Mandarin with Sweet Lime Toner gives you a burst of stimulating aromatherapy, reviving your cells—and your spirit (4 oz; $26).

Moisturize AM:

Depending on how dry your skin is, you might want to consider moisturizing several times a day. For parched skin, look for moisturizing superstars like almond, argan, and rosehip oil. Pangea Organics Italian Red Mandarin with Rose Facial Cream stars argan in its hydration arsenal, absorbs instantly, and smells like an English garden (2 oz; $36).

Moisturize PM:

For oilier skin, sometimes a lighter serum gives you all the moisture you need, allows skin to breathe, and avoids the clog factor. Talulah Primrose Calming Serum saturates skin with rich antioxidants—shitake mushroom, borage, and green tea—while healing inflammation and b...

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Clean Your Makeup Routine

Clean your makeup routine

Organic and natural skincare products are great. But what about your makeup? Fortunately, it's easy to clean your beauty routine with a few swipes, blots, and smears of some seriously gorgeous colors coming out of the newest environmentally aware product lines.

NVEY ECO blends organic plant and mineral ingredients with natural botanicals and powerful antioxidants in the creation of a pure and radiant OFC Certified Organic line of makeup. Beauty; naturally. www.econveybeauty.com

RAW Natural Beauty, consisting of RAWColor and RAWMinerals, is based on the belief that performance is everything. Because nature's bounty is naturally gentle on the skin, RAW is created from natural ingredients that enhance beauty and are good for the skin and environment. www.rawnaturalbeauty.com .

Flowers By Chocolate Sun uses certified organic ingredients in every product. Though primarily a producer of natural sun tanning products, they have a gorgeous Flowers Make-Up line complete with antioxidant-rich lip glosses, camphor- and clove-powered lip plumpers, and an all-around bronzer that's perfect for any skin tone. www.chocolatesun.net

Laurel House

March/April 2008


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