Where to Buy Locally-Made Beauty Products

Try using all-natural, healthy beauty products and support local small businesses at the same time.

This article was created in collaboration with Rhode Island Commerce.

What’s better than using all-natural, healthy beauty products and supporting small businesses? Check out these local beauty businesses creating healthy products that will leaving you glowing.

 

Omoge Cosmetics

Blessing Mariah established Omoge Cosmetics a few years ago when she decided she wanted to create an inclusive false lashes brand for both men and women to feel beautiful. She named the business “Omoge” a Yoruba word meaning “beautiful young lady,” but stresses the inclusivity of her business, which encourages anyone who wants to buy and wear her brand to do so. Lash sets range from $12 to $20.

How to shop: Omoge cosmetic lash sets can be purchased on their website.

The details: Visit omogecosmetics.com

 

The Peyton Co.

The Peyton Co. is a Rhode Island-born natural body and beauty brand, hoping to provide customers with affordable products made with healthy ingredients. The Peyton Co. prides itself on using local, sustainable and organic ingredients in products such as masks, facial mists and creams, shampoos and conditioners and a whole lot more.

How to shop: Shop online or in-store Wednesday through Saturday from noon-4 p.m.

The details: 246 Water St., Warren, 401-216-8700, thepeytonco.com

 

Farmaesthetics

Farmaesthetics was established in 1999 by founder Brenda Brock. Run out of Portsmouth. The small company is dedicated to providing customers with sustainable beauty products which utilize ingredients such as organic herbs, flowers and oils for many different skin types.

How to shop: Shop online or at their Newport location Wednesday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The details: 144 Bellevue Ave., Newport, 401-619-4199, farmaesthetics.com

 

Beecher’s Botanicals

Founded by Jessica Beecher in 2015, Beecher’s Botanicals is a Rhody-based chemical-free skincare brand. Each product is organic, chemical-free and handmade in small batches.

How to shop: Shop online on their website.

The details: Visit beechersbotanicals.com

 

Island Mist Natural Bath and Body

Located on (and inspired by) Block Island, Island Mist Natural Bath and Body was founded by Johanna Ross, a certified herbalist and aromatherapist. All of her products are natural, biodegradable and environmentally friendly. Popular products include various bath salts, masks and body scrubs.

How to shop: Shop online or at their store location in Westerly.

The details: 53 High St., Westerly, 401-864-5563, islandmistnaturalproducts.com

 

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