Makeup & nails

5 globally-sourced ingredients we can't get enough of

Author: Elle Canada

Makeup & nails

5 globally-sourced ingredients we can't get enough of

 

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The Savannah: Marula Oil

The oil in this treatment was harvested from seeds of wild marula trees growing on savannahs in Northern Namibia, Swaziland and Madagascar. MarulaOil Rare Oil Treatment ($51), at raremarula.com. READ MORE: Is the square nail the shape of the summer?

Image by: ELLE Canada By: Victoria DiPlacido Source: Geoffrey Ross

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The Plains: Pink Sea Salt

This spray contains a wave-making mix of sugar and 400-year-old pink sea salt mined 3,000 feet below ground in Saskatchewan. Cake Satin Sugar Sugar-Infused Texturizing Beach Spray ($24), at murale.ca. READ MORE: 10 ponytails to try this summer

Image by: ELLE Canada By: Victoria DiPlacido Source: Geoffrey Ross

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The Ocean: Red Algae

Red algae sourced from Brittany, France, works to hydrate skin by stimulating the production of our body’s own hyaluronic acid. Tata Harper Redefining Body Balm ($124), at murale.ca. READ MORE: 10 must-have beauty products for your summer road trip

Image by: ELLE Canada By: Victoria DiPlacido Source: Geoffrey Ross

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The Amazon: Dragon's Blood

Dragon’s blood, the name for the red sap of the Croton lechleri tree, is native to the Amazon rainforest and gives this cleanser its soothing effect. Su-Man Purifying Cleansing Gel Oil ($79.60), at su-man.com. READ MORE: 4 global social media stars share their beauty must-haves

Image by: ELLE Canada By: Victoria DiPlacido Source: Geoffrey Ross

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The Mountains: Daisy

The higher mountain regions of Macedonia provide the skin-brightening daisy extract in Burt’s Bees Brightening Dark Spot Corrector with Daisy Extract. Burt’s Bees Brightening Dark Spot Corrector with Daisy Extract ($30), at burtsbees.ca. READ MORE: How to find the perfect nude lipstick for your skin tone

Image by: ELLE Canada By: Victoria DiPlacido Source: Geoffrey Ross
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5 globally-sourced ingredients we can't get enough of