Where To Shop Natural Beauty And Skincare In Toronto
While the tried and true stores like Shoppers Drug Mart and Sephora always have plenty of products to chose from, sometimes a visit to these trusted options can be overwhelming because of the never-ending selection. This is why you need to go directly to the source and head to the nearest natural beauty boutique. Luckily, when it comes to the eco-conscious beauty scene, Toronto is doing its best to stay ahead of the scene.
Trust us, you’re going to want to stop what you’re doing and head to these 6 clean beauty boutiques ASAP!
As soon as you step into this College Street oasis, you’ll swoon over the Health Hut’s Instagrammable aesthetic. Here you’ll find a solid overview of the top clean beauty and skin care brands including Tata Harper, Province Apothecary, Rahua, Graydon, Ilia, Leaves of Trees, RMS, and more. Plus, there’s a robust menu of in-house services as well including intuitive eating consulting, holistic facials, and psychotherapy.
With multiple locations in Toronto, including Union Station, Yorkville, and the newly opened Spadina flagship, there’s always a Detox Market location nearby. Hailing from California, the Detox Market is an OG when it comes to natural beauty. Think of this as your one-stop shop for all your clean beauty and skin care needs, where you can stock up on everything from makeup and fragrances, to wellness products and gifts. Plus, if you’re new to the clean beauty realm, the helpful staff is always ready to offer suggestions and educate customers on new products and lines.
Gone are the days of Hudson’s Bay’s beauty department only selling conventional high-end cosmetic and skin care brands. The Queen Street flagship has added in an impressive beauty hub on the second level (next to Topshop) where you can stock up on all the major natural and clean beauty brands, including Deciem, French Girl Organics, RMS Beauty, Ahava, Rahua, Coola, Pai, and much more. You can not only pick up all of your natural beauty and skin care essentials, but also snag a few seasonal must-haves for your wardrobe as well.
If the impressive selection of brands and in-house beauty services weren’t enough to get you to Gee Beauty in Rosedale ASAP, perhaps the fact that this beauty emporium is also a multi-generational beauty brand founded by the Gee women will. Not only can you shop from Gee Beauty’s signature makeup line, but the shop is also stocked with major natural brands like Goop, Grands Naturals, Ouai, Sunday Riley, Tata Harper, and more. Plus, there’s a wide range of in-house services available ranging from facials and lash tinting, to brow threading and faux lashes.
You can now find Consonant Skincare’s cult favourites at three Toronto locations including Queen West, Uptown, and in the PATH for all those working downtown and in need of a quick natural beauty fix. At the Consonant Skincare locations, you’ll find all of the brand’s 100% natural, clinically proven products, that range from skin and body care products, to gym and travel items. Plus, while you’re here you can also try one of the in-house facials that focus on a number of skin concerns like dehydration, elasticity, and uneven complexions. There are also body treatments available that address other skin care issues like acne. #Bless.
If you have yet to try Province Apothecary, get ready to have your world rocked. After struggling with allergies and eczema all her life, founder Julie Clark began crafting natural, organic beauty products right in her kitchen. Today, Province Apothecary has a store on Dundas Street, which sells all of the brand’s covetable products such as the custom face serums, dual-action Jade facial roller, full brow serum, and body oils. Province Apothecary also has a clinic located a few doors down, where you can enjoy organic aromatherapy facials, skin care consultations, custom brow and lash treatments, and more.
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