Frenshe Spring Favorites

05.15.2022 — The Frenshe Editors

Spring is here and it’s always the best time of year for a reset! If the season has you looking to give your selection of products a nice refresh, then keep reading. Below are some of the Frenshe team’s favorite clean, non-toxic picks for both skincare and lifestyle that we’ve been loving lately.

Nette Spring 1998 Candle ($68)

Nette candles smell amazing (of course we had to pick a floral scent for this list), that’s a given, but they are also made with non-toxic coconut wax and come in 100% recycled packaging! Plus, their minimal containers are handmade and can be repurposed once you’re finished burning.

The Nue Co. Skin Filter ($45)

Most supplements in the market are comprised of 50% preservatives and fillers. When The Nue Co.’s founders realized this, they aimed to create products free from those additives, sweeteners and other chemicals. One of their best selling blends is the Skin Filter, which has been shown to brighten the skin whilst reducing blemishes and redness. 

Alani Nu Collagen Peptide ($29)

From supplements to workout snacks, Alani Nu’s mission is to help its customers succeed in their wellness goals. If you’ve been reading our posts at Frenshe for a while, you’ll know we’re big fans of collagen here–add a scoop of this to your drink of choice every and enjoy the skincare boost!

Summer Fridays’ Jet Lag Mask ($49)

The goal of Summer Friday’s founders was to create a brand of beautifully packaged, easy to use products made up of clean ingredients. Their Jet Lag Mask is a multi-purpose, nourishing moisturizer that can be used as a nighttime mask, daily lotion, eye cream and more. 

LATHER Radiant Recovery Sheet Masks ($38)

Committed to ingredient transparency, both in their own brand and the industry at large, LATHER offers incredible non-toxic skin and hair care products. Their sheet masks are soothing, moisturizing and, best of all, fragrance-free and biodegradable. 

Farmacy Beauty Makeup Remover Balm ($34)

Not only is Farmacy Beauty intent on creating products made out of conflict-free, clean ingredients in waste-free packaging, but they also give back through their work with Feeding America. Their meltaway cleansing balm is definitely a favorite–it removes makeup and impurities, hydrates and, best of all, lasts a long time!

Tower 28 SOS Rescue Me Facial Spray ($28)

Tower 28 focuses on making non-toxic products for sensitive skin. The Rescue Me facial spray helps reduce redness and inflammation, and also works great as both a setting spray and a refresher throughout the day. 

Project Reef Sunscreen ($26)

Each purchase from Project Reef removes 1lb of plastic from the ocean, and their packaging is made of recycled plastic waste. Not only that, their sunscreen is mineral, making it better for your skin and reef-safe. If you’ve been looking for a new SPF, look no further!

Topicals’ High Roller Ingrown Hair Tonic ($26)

Topicals’ formulas are gentle on the skin and constantly improving with both customer feedback and new studies, all to guarantee that their products are always at their most effective. The High Roller helps prevent razor bumps and soothe irritation that may occur in the area, and its reviews definitely seem to agree.

Authentic Beauty Concept Hair Oil ($25)

Focused on sustainability efforts, Authentic Beauty Concept’s founders have made it their mission to offer quality ingredients and packaging, all while giving back as much as they can. Their hair oil is formulated to be light, nourishing and smoothing. 

Eco Lips’ Bee Free ($10)

Eco Lips has been committed to providing high quality, organic lip balms for almost two decades. Their Bee Free line is completely vegan and cruelty-free, and all of their balms come in 100% plastic-free containers.

Twice Toothpaste ($8)

If you’ve been looking for a good, clean alternative to popular toothpaste brands, check out Twice! Every purchase helps their efforts to provide free dentistry to people in need, and their fluoride toothpaste comes in three different flavors. (They also offer a fluoride-free option for the same price!)

Public Goods’ Bathroom Cleaner ($6)

Household cleaners are one of the biggest sources of chemicals in our daily life. Public Goods are committed to creating affordable, non-toxic alternatives for all your staples, including this eco-friendly bathroom cleaner. Even better? They offer refills for all their products.

The Frenshe Editors