5 Chic Stocking Stuffers for Your Green Beauty Queen

Even though she’s old enough to know Santa didn’t stuff her stocking full of surprises on Christmas Eve, doesn’t mean she should lose out on the fun of digging through her loot on Christmas Day. Instead of stuffing her stocking full of the usual candy (she’ll never eat it) and gag gifts (she’ll shove in a drawer), gift her with petite green beauty products she will actually put to some good use.

No bigger than a box of matches, this pint-sized balm packs a powerful punch. Opt for the No. 1 in clear, which can be used on everything from lips and dry patches to taming flyaway hair and brows. Or, choose one of the tinted balms that can be used to give cheeks and lips a natural flush. No matter which of the seven balms you select, know that it’s clean beauty at its best (read: made of only good stuff like organic olive oil, shea oil and bees wax).

Scoop up this travel size of cult-favorite miracle juice by skin mad scientist Marie Veronique for your loved ones and your handbag. Trust me. This isn’t your average mist/toner – it balances the skin microbiome, hydrates and treats inflammation. Tip: Spritz throughout the day to refresh makeup and keep skin hydrated.

$25 for $68 worth of long-wearing, non-toxic lip crayons that keep the lips moist? Yes please. There is nothing worse than trying to wear lip color over dry cracked lips. These three beautifully hued lip crayons are made with Juice Beauty’s Moisture Plant Blend of glycerin, betaine and phospholipids to increase hydration and are colored naturally with phyto pigments.

A collaboration between luxury natural deodorant diva Agent Nateur and holistic lifestyle queen Shiva Rose, this all-natural yet effective deodorant combines an intoxicating blend of rose and sandalwood. While “luxury” and “natural deodorant” usually aren’t put together in a sentence, Agent Nateur makes the exception with a product known to beauty editors as the only natural deodorant that works as well it smells.

While you may ask yourself how someone can spend $105 on two lipsticks, I urge you to check out the ingredients on these creamy, pigment-rich lipsticks. Certified organic, these long-lasting lipsticks must be sprinkled with fairy dust to get such a long-lasting color pay off. And of course, she only needs a true red and flattering neutral to get her through the holiday season and beyond.

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