All makeup is not created equal. The majority of cosmetics on the market are loaded with synthetic ingredients and preservatives like parabens, dyes and fillers which may be harmful to your skin and your health. Orglamix is different. Handcrafted in small batches, Orglamix cosmetics are free from harmful chemicals: synthetic dyes, parabens, sulfates, petrochemicals, phthalates, preservatives and free irritants like bismuth oxychloride.  Experience the Orglamix mineral makeup difference: exceptional color + remarkable quality + amazing customer service. We are committed to making cosmetics that are fresh, wholesome + safe to wear-- so toss your toxic, old, gross makeup and experience the Orglamix difference. It's just plain awesome.

Natural Mineral Makeup That Rocks

Oh so pretty. Oh so good. Discover the best natural makeup + skincare for flawless, healthy skin. 100% cruelty-free cosmetics crafted in small batches in Chicago, IL by PETA approved. #iheartorglamix

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Willow Bark

April 02, 2015

Our willow bark comes from the black willow tree (Salix nigra). The extract from this bark contains natural beta hydroxy acids, including acne-fighting salicylic acid. Willow Bark is Good For You, NaturallyWillow bark extract works as a natural skin exfoliant to help unplug follicles and pores. It has also been shown to have anti-inflammatory properties.  Where On Earth Does Willow Bark Come From? The black willow tree (Salix nigra) is native to North America. Indigenous peoples of North America have used parts of the black willow tree for minor pain relief because of its astringent properties. You can find Willow Bark in our Zit Zap; aka Pimple Stick. This stick does the trick on acne, clogged pores, back bumps, and...

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9 Beauty Essentials to Pack in Your Travel Bag

March 06, 2015

Whether you are heading out for a long weekend or a couple of weeks away, there is no need to say bon voyage to looking your best. Travel light and still feel like you have all your makeup needs on hand with this jet-setter's checklist of what to stow when you are on the go. Face Mist Airplanes are moisture-sucking monsters. Even a few hours of being exposed to a cabin’s ultra dry air are enough to sap your skin, never mind a long distance flight. It’s no wonder we land looking decidedly duller than when we took off. Luckily, a few hits of hydrating face mists every hour or so are all you need to get your glow back...

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