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12 of the best non-toxic beauty buys on the high street, from make-up to hair care

Here at Stylist.co.uk, we know that buying make-up and skincare products can be a minefield.

It can be tough to find the perfect shade of foundation, the signature red lip and the right eyebrow products to ensure optimum levels of fleek. Then there are other factors to consider: what’s actually in there, and is it good for me?

Well, worry no more. Here we have compiled our rundown of the best non-toxic high street beauty buys, to help you compile the ultimate make-up and beauty arsenal that is free from excessive chemicals and toxins. 

Simply scroll through to get started.

Words: Louisa Cavell

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