Bare Skinfood

Bare Skinfood

Bare Skinfood organic skincare is a combination of the best Australia has to offer: it’s designed in artsy Melbourne and made in the beachside town of Byron Bay. With a pared-back offering, the brand focuses on what matters most: making skincare synonymous with self-care.

There’s an honesty to the brand that reassures us that every product works. The founder’s personal struggle with hypersensitive skin, eczema, rosacea, acne and a loss of self-confidence sparked the idea for an authentic and trustworthy skincare range. A sensitivity to the goings-on in the world around makes this a brand that stays true to its values while supporting causes close to its heart.


Bare Skinfood

Bare Skinfood is certified COSMOS Organic by the ACO Certification. The ACO is Australia’s largest certifier for organic and biodynamic produce. Packaging is environmentally friendly and kept to a minimum, and all products are vegan friendly and palm oil free.

These three core products are all you need for refreshing and nourishing your skin, taking a moment to gently cleanse, soothe and hydrate. The lightweight multivitamin crème can be used on all skin types and is rich in butters to keep skin hydrated from morning to night. The purifying mousse reveals revitalised skin with organic extracts to exfoliate and polish the skin, leaving it smooth and supple. Finally, a few Dew Drops are the ultimate finishing touch. Pressed gently into the skin, the intensely nourishing formula deeply hydrates, leaving the skin glowing.

Here at a-beauty we’re committed to working with like-minded brands with values that complement ours. Here are some of the things about Bare Skinfood that we love most:

  • No palm oil
  • Ethically-sourced shea butter
  • Certified organic
  • Donates to the Orangutan project
  • Affiliated with Children’s Ground

It’s so much more than just a skincare brand, and warms our hearts in its commitment to making the world a better place through conscious support of organisations making a change for people and animals.          

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