I started my organic journey by stumbling upon organic products at T.J.Maxx. This was years ago before organic beauty was more mainstream. But yep, T.J.Maxx was the retailer that pretty much introduced me to organic products. Many stores are also known for carrying natural and organic brands. As the years go by more retailers are starting to put cleaner products on their shelves. So if you are new to the organic beauty community or you are not sure where to look for products, here is a list of national retailers that could be in an area near you.
At Whole Foods you will find brands like Derma E, Shea Moisture, Alba Botanicals, Jason Naturals and so much more.
CVS has a good selection of products. From Burt’s Bees, Alba Botanicals and Jason Naturals, to Yes To Carrots and other natural and organic brands.
Like CVS, Rite Aid will carry pretty much the same brands and products. You will find organic deodorants, toothpaste, facial cleansers and more.
At Walgreens you can find natural brands like Physicians Formula, Alba Botanicals and Burt’s Bees and other brands.
Ulta has a shelf that is completely dedicated to natural and organic skincare. Around the store you will also find natural cosmetic brands like Mineral Fusion, Physicians Formula, Ecotools and more.
T.J.Maxx has a huge selection of natural brands to choose from. Here you will find Nature’s Gate, Andalou Naturals, Derma E, Ecotools, Dr. Bronners, Organic Burst, Pure and Simple, Shea Moisture and Carol’s Daughter, just to name a few. From hair care products to skincare and bath and body. You can also find luxury organic bar soaps.
At Target you can find many natural and organic brands like Shea Moisture Cosmetics, Burt’s Bees, Physicians Formula and more.