Uncomprimising Clean Standards
The Clean Beauty Compendium was created to hold companies accountable for the ingredients in their products. There has been to much misinformation and abuse of certain undefined terms, such as natural. Our goal is to create a comprehensive directory of products that fit into the definition of clean, and not what a company wants to distort the definition of clean into.
At the Clean Beauty Compendium, we hold high standards for our products. We work hard to keep product’s ingredients up to date and accurate.
In order to be included in the Clean Beauty Compendium, a brand’s product must rate a 3 or lower on EWG, CosDNA, and/or Huahae.
Wondering why we allow up to a 3 (moderate concern)? Or why we include brands that test on animals? Read our FAQ
A mid-range facial hydrating cream. We give it $$.read more
Fabulous Face Oil; is it fabulous or fabulously over-priced?read more
This lip gloss is clean, clear, and glossy as hell!read more
Soothing Face Mist Rosewater Spray; good for your skin, good for your soul.read more
Glossier Haloscope is a gem of a highlighter.
Glossier Balm Dotcom is nothing revolutionary. It is a petrolatum-based lip balm, highlighter, eye-glosser, and cuticle-softener. Essentially, it will create a good protective coating over chapped, irritated skin, but use with caution if you know that petrolatum-based products break you out.
Possibly Glossier’s most iconic product. Boy brow debuted in 2014 to help women everywhere achieve full, spikey, Cara Delevingne brows, and it is a brow wax rather than a brow gel –– think flexible, conditioning hold rather than an Albert Einstein worthy hairspray-esque effect.
Glossier Cloud Paints: surprisingly beautiful and pigmented cream blushes that make the perfect healthy flushed hue for most skin tones. A little goes a loooong way.