The 10 Best natural skincare

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Chemical nasties can be a concern for all skin types but these brands boast the best of what mother nature has to offer

1. Streetwise Oxygenating day cream

Helps to increase the oxygen in skin cells for a smoother appearance and better protection against pollution.

£26, Orico, oricolondon.co.uk

2. Bedtime Beauty Boost

A night cream to get even more out of your eight hours. Containing 11 active ingredients including Swiss apple stem cells  and milk peptides.

£74, Oskia, oskiaskincare.com

3. Damaskrose floral water

Melvita utilises natural and organic ingredients to produce skincare that is pure, gentle  and effective.

£14.50, Melvita, johnlewis.com

4. Clean skin 5-in-1 water

This multitasking product cleanses, removes make-up, balances out the skin, refreshes and acts as an anti-ageing tool all at once. With olive and almond oils.

£21, thisworks.com

5.  Intense hydration day lotion

A new product for tackling dehydrated skin, it uses clary  sage to soften, smooth and reduce fine lines and wrinkles.

£19.99, burtsbees.co.uk

6. Smarty Plants CC SPF20

Using 10 years of scientific research, the brand has created S.M.A.R.T technology to react to factors including pollution and UV rays and respond accordingly.

£28, origins.co.uk

7. Repair and restore  intensive body cream

Developed at Cotswold hotel Cowley Manor. The Repair and Restore range aims to enrich skin and improve its structure.

£28, greenandspring.com

8. Aromessence Neroli super serum

Decleor has mastered the science of nature. This is their superstar product leaving skin more even, radiant and hydrated.

£44, decleor.co.uk

9. Aromatic body butter

Worthwhile for those with dry skin, it includes essentials oils to nourish the skin plus organic butters for a soft, smooth finish.

£22.50, nealsyardremedies.com

10. Tea-tree cool & creamy wash

Tea-tree oil is a saviour for those with problem skin. The oil in this wash is sourced from the foothills of Mount Kenya.

£5, thebodyshop.co.uk

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