5 Beauty Products With Cult Followings You May Not Have Heard Of

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Everyone has their favorite beauty brands. It’s good to stay loyal, and when we find something that works for us, we should stick to it. But what if our current favorite only holds that position because we haven’t even discovered something that could replace it as top dog?

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That’s why we wanted to introduce everyone to some cult favorites they may not have used or even heard of before with tons of reviews obsessing over it. Our new, actual favorite product might have been right under our nose this whole time!

 

Thesis Facial Cleanser – Tender As Petals

Thesis Cleanser
Thesis Beauty

This super gentle, all-natural face cleanser is based around organic flowers and clays. It’s a powder cleanser, which is new for many beauty lovers out there, but it may leave us with our softest, cleanest skin yet, removing all traces of makeup and oil and leaving a dewy complexion behind. It also comes in a beautiful apothecary glass bottle, making it an amazing gift (even if it’s just for ourselves). Shoppers are also raving about how this cleanser can double as a mask!

See it: Get the Facial Cleanser – Tender As Petals for just $21 at Thesis Beauty!

 

Osea Anti-Aging Body Balm

Osea Balm
OSEA

Forget lotions and creams; this cruelty-free body balm is where it’s at. It’s “ultra silky” and is rich with nourishing ingredients like acai, passion fruit, Patagonian seaweed and detoxifying coconut oil. It smells amazing too, featuring a floral blend of geranium, lavender and jasmine. Shoppers are saying this balm leaves no greasy feeling and instead leaves their skin feeling “protected,” “soft and hydrated”!

See it: Get the Anti-Aging Body Balm for just $48 at OSEA!

 

Farmacy Bright On Massage-Activated Vitamin C Mask

Farmacy Mask
Farmacy

Is this mask not the prettiest thing we’ve ever seen? The color claims to literally transform as it works to remove impurities and smooth our skin’s texture and tone. It’s not only super unique, but shoppers are finding its antioxidants and AHAs incredible effective! They’re saying it makes their skin feel “so incredibly soft,” nicknaming it “perfection in a tube!”

See it: Get the Bright On Massage-Activated Vitamin C Mask for just $38 at Farmacy! Subscribe to save 10%!

 

Lather Avocado Mint Hair Repair

Lather hair Mask
Lather

Avocado and mint? Together? We’re listening. This is a deep-conditioning hair mask that claims to provide “intense moisture therapy” to our dry locks, using tingly white peppermint and tea tree oils and well as moisturizing ingredients including shea butter and jojoba oil. This paraben and sulfate-free hair mask claims to be suitable for normal, dry and color-treated hair, and reviewers are saying it easily works as well as other treatments that cost over three times as much!

See it: Get the Avocado Mint Hair Repair for just $16 at Lather! Subscribe to save 5%!

 

Naked + Thriving Rejuvenate Restorative Facial Oil

Naked and Thriving Oil
Naked + Thriving

If we’re looking for an anti-aging facial treatment, we’re going to want to stop right here. This Rejuvenate Oil features extremely popular ingredients such as argan oil, sea buckthorn and rosehip oil and may leave our skin restored to its “natural, youthful beauty,” all the while repairing past damage. Shoppers are saying their skin “drinks it up” and one even said they have “no need more makeup anymore!”

See it: Get the Rejuvenate Restorative Facial Oil for just $72 at Naked + Thriving!

 

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