Kitchen Beauty: 15 Products To Taste Test

Natural beauty for the ultimate foodie

Today’s beauty enthusiasts tend to go a more natural route when it comes to their skin-care routine. More and more, we’re shying away from using products that contain harmful chemicals and carcinogen. Instead, we aim to use products that contain ingredients that we can actually pronounce.

Well, how much more natural can it get than using products made from foods you can find in your own pantry and refrigerator?

We rounded up some of the best creams, cleansers, and the like that are derived from things you probably have in your kitchen right now. From your favorite fruits and veggies to caffeinated beverages of choice and superfoods you had no idea were hiding on your spice rack (hello, turmeric!), the options for natural alternatives are many.

These 15 skin care must-haves are chock-full of beautifying properties, whether they’re anti-aging, intensely nourishing, or deeply cleansing. Click through the gallery, below, to check out our favorite picks.

(Editor's Note: While these products may contain your favorite foods, we don’t recommend you try eating them.)

Photo courtesy of Kiehl's.

Kiehl’s, Cilantro & Orange Extract Pollutant Defending Masque, $32, available at Kiehl’s.

Contains: cilantro, orange extract

Photo courtesy of Frank Body.

Frank Body, Cacao Coffee Scrub, $16.95, available at Frank Body.

Contains: coffee, cacao

Photo courtesy of Eminence.

Eminence Organics, Blueberry Soy Sugar Scrub, $48, available at

Contains: blueberry, raw sugar cane, raspberry, green tea, black tea, flax  

Photo courtesy of Farmacy.

Farmacy, Brightening Coconut Gel Mask, $24, available at Farmacy.

Contains: cacao, coconut milk, coconut water   

Photo courtesy of Origins.

Dr. Andrew Well for Origins, Conditioning Lip Balm With Turmeric, $16.50, available at Origins.

Contains: turmeric

Photo courtesy of PLANT.

PLANT, Rice & Clean Gentle Facial Cleanser, $24, available at PLANT.

Contains: rice

Photo courtesy of Sephora.

Too Cool For School, Egg Mousse Soap Facial Cleanser, $20, available at Sephora.

Contains: milk proteins, egg extracts   

Photo courtesy of Youth To The People.

Youth To The People, Age Prevention Cleanser, $36, available at Youth To The People.

Contains: kale, green tea, spinach

Photo courtesy of Lani.

Lani, Tropical Cacao Detox Mask, $21.40, available at Lani.

Contains: cacao, coconut milk, coconut water

Photo courtesy of dpHUE.

dpHUE, Apple Cider Vinegar Hair Rinse, $35, available at dpHUE.

Contains: apple cider vinegar

Photo courtesy of Cedar & Stone.

Cedar & Stone, Face Mask, $22.83, available at Cedar & Stone.

Contains: turmeric, beet powder

Photo courtesy of Baszicare.

Baszicare, Caligo Hydrous Repairing Extreme, $298, available at Baszicare.

Contains: orange fruit extract, quinoa extract

Photo courtesy of Edible Beauty Australia.

Edible Beauty Australia, No. 2 Citrus Rhapsody Radiance Tonique, $42, available at Edible Beauty Australia.

Contains: fig, bilberry

Photo courtesy of Net-a-Porter.

Lano, Lanolips Lemonaid Lip Treatment, $17, available at Net-a-Porter.

Contains: lemon oil

Photo courtesy of Yes To Carrots.

Yes To Tomatoes, Activated Charcaol Bar Soap, $4.99, available at Yes To Carrots.

Contains: tomato