🧴Serums, face wash, and creams…

If you guys follow health and beauty influencers on IG, you’ve probably seen these all time favorite clean beauty brands being recommended.

We get why influencers keep recommending them. Yes, sure influencers go for skincare products that make them look and feel great.

But they also choose to connect with brands that share the same values as them. Values like commitment to making an impact, self-care, authenticity, transparency, and clean ingredients.  

So here is a list of influencer recommended clean beauty brands, generated with the help of the “Health & Beauty” Discovery section @GeniusWire. In no particular order, we hope you love these influencer recommendations as much as we do (pardon us as we add all items to our cart):

Youth To The People

584.1K followers across social media, top 4% on Facebook (followers), gained 4% growth on Facebook over the past 3 months, top 1% on Instagram.

Commitment to value:

“We got really excited about the idea of building something from the ground up and being conscious and responsible about everything.” Greg Gonzales, Co-Founder (Elle Canada interview)
Youthtothepeople.com - Health & Beauty brand - D2C eCommerce brand
View Youthtothepeople.com profile, a D2C brand. Find social media, like Instagram (@youthtothepeople), production location, contact info and more.


Furtuna

94.3K followers across social media, 24% growth on Facebook over the past 3 months, top 4% on Instagram, “1% For The Planet”

Commitment to value:

“Our mission is to leave the people and places we touch better off than when we found them,” Kim Walls Co-Founder. (Forbes interview)
Furtunaskin.com - Health & Beauty brand - D2C eCommerce brand
View Furtunaskin.com profile, a D2C brand. Find social media, like Instagram (@furtunaskin), production location, contact info and more.


Tammy Fender

16K followers across social media, 20% growth on Instagram over the past 3 months

Commitment to value:

“As with all biological beings, our vitality and radiance are dependent on our underlying state of health, which is created one glass of water, one fresh salad, one Pilates class, and one good night’s sleep at a time,” says Fender. “I focus on the long game with my clients, and I live by that philosophy, too.” -Tammy Fender (Goop interview)
Tammyfender.com - Clothing brand - D2C eCommerce brand
View Tammyfender.com profile, a D2C brand. Find social media, like Instagram (@tammyfender), production location, contact info and more.


Om Skin

26K followers across social media, 5% growth on Facebook over the past 3 months, 12% growth on Instagram over the past 3 months

Commitment to value:

“Each product is carefully curated, so there are no compromises on the ingredients, formulations, and packaging.”, Sarah Hudson founder. (Professionalbeauty.com interview)
Omskin.com - Health & Beauty brand - D2C eCommerce brand
View Omskin.com profile, a D2C brand. Find social media, like Instagram (@om.organics.skincare), production location, contact info and more.


Sunday Riley

666.4K followers across social media,top 2% of brands on Facebook (followers), 9% growth on Facebook over the past 3 months, top 1%  of brands on Instagram

Commitment to value:

“Besides improving in all aspects of the business including producing clean, high-performance formulas, our brand has also been giving back to the community and taking steps in tackling sustainability to make the world a better place.” -Sunday Riley, (Tatler interview)
Uk.sundayriley.com - Other brand - D2C eCommerce brand
View Uk.sundayriley.com profile, a D2C brand. Find social media, like Instagram (@sundayriley), production location, contact info and more.
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