Dr. Hauschka in the news


We feel  a bit like a proud parent bragging about their child, but we would be remiss if we didn’t give a mention to all the incredible press Dr. Hauschka has been receiving lately.

Dr. Hauschka Rose Day Cream and been featured in Tory Burch, Style.com, and US Magazine lately. Gucci Westman and Jennifer Aniston regularly use the rose day cream as an integral part of their skin care routine. Aniston says, “I’ve used Neutrogena face soap since I was a teen. I also like Dr. Hauschka Rose day cream, which I now mix with sunblock.” Style describes the cream as, “I hate foundation, but I do wear Dr. Hauschka’s Rose Day Cream on my face. It feels natural, and I like the smell. It’s light, and it looks sort of like butter.”

Rose Day Cream isn’t getting all the love, NYMag features the Normalizing Day Oil stating,

“Before trying this product, I hadn’t concluded that anyone would actually want to switch from a lotion to a oil. Then, a few drops of this “normalizing” blend of apricot, peanut, carrot, sunflower, and other oils made my dry skin look fresh while eliminating most of grossness from that “T-zone” area dermatologists always signal out. Like a good cream, it felt nice to spread this stuff across my face in the morning. And the slightly medicinal/menthol-y smell (it has added fragrance, unlike many others tested) suggested cleanliness with no extra cologne needed. Only problem: With no dropper included, the bottle is a bit messy.”

If you’re looking for a body oil, instead of face – The Beauty Bean has a great review on the Dr. Hauschka Lemon Lemongrass Body Oil calling it, “No gimmicks, no empty promise, just a high quality body oil that will firm and fortify the skin to diminish the appearance of cellulite.”

Looking to shrink your pores? The Scoop has a selection of featured products that help minimize their appearance, including the Dr. Hauschka Cleansing Clay Mask.

Have you tried any Dr. Hauschka products? What’s your favorite?

New: Allure Makeup from Dr. Hauschka

Warm browns, beiges, caramels, cinnamons, and maples always remind us of Fall. These warm colors are the best compliment to the leaves changing and the weather starting to cool, making the introduction of Dr. Hauschka Allure Makeup perfect timing.

We’re very excited to introduce the new Allure Makeup line from Dr. Hauschka at Charleston Naturally.

Via Dr. Hauschka: “The allure of natural beauty is undeniable. It is honest, sincere and expresses your inner tranquility and strength to confidently be yourself. The new colors of the Natural Allure collection from Dr.Hauschka reflect this assured serenity, empowering you to share the gifts of your natural beauty with the world. By day, your look subtly inspires. By night, you make a dramatic impression.”

Get swept up in the collection with the light/dark duo of either Pale Caramel/Cedar Dawn or Soft Cinnamon/Deep Bronze Allure Eyeshadow.

Pale Caramel/Cedar Dawn Eyeshadow

Pale Caramel/Cedar Dawn Eyeshadow

Soft Cinnamon/Deep Bronze Eyeshadow

Soft Cinnamon/Deep Bronze Eyeshadow

Remember to also check out the new Allure Lipstick Novum shades, Allure Eyeliner, and Illuminating Powder.

Fall never looked so good!

Organic Ingredient Spotlight: Anthyllis

We find that an informed customer, is a happy customer. We want our customers to understand all of the details of the product they use. This is why we’ve introduced our ingredient spotlight series. In today’s post we’re breaking down Anthyllis.

Anthyllis vulneraria is a medicinal plant. Vulneraria translated means “wound healer”. Anthyllis is a soothing botanical that invigorates, transforms, and strengthens skin. Via Dr. Hauschka, “Elisabeth Sigmund creator of Dr.Hauschka Skin Care, studied anthyllis extensively. When used in skin care preparations, she observed a normalization of oily, dry and even irritated skin. Anthyllis has a generally stimulating and normalizing effect on the skin. It is a key plant in Dr.Hauschka Skin Care, found in many face care preparations and Decorative Cosmetics.”

You can find anthyllis is many Dr Hauschka products including, Dr. Hauschka Moisturizing Day Cream, Clarifying Toner, and Dr. Hauschka Translucent Makeup.


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Source: http://www.drhauschka.com/natural-skin-care-and-remedies/ingredients/ingredient-glossary.aspx#

What Should Your Skin Care Routine Look Like?

Pictured Above: ilike Age Defense Bioflavonoid SerumSuki To-Go Concentrated Nourishing TonerDr. Hauschka Moisturizing Day Cream, Boscia Clear Complexion Mask, Pangea Organics Turkish Rose and White Eye Cream

To keep your skin fresh, healthy, and as youthful as possible it’s important to follow an effective skin care routine. Specific products will vary depending on your skin type (oily, dry, combination), but the following products are all important to maintain your healthy glow.

Step 1 – Cleanser

Start off with a cleanser (at night and in the morning) to remove skin’s impurities and dirt. However, it is important to find a cleanser that doesn’t dry your skin out and remove essential oils.

Step 2 – Toner

Toner should be applied immediately after the cleanser to restore the skin’s pH levels and help prep the skin for serum and moisturizer. Toner helps improve skin’s texture and hydration.

Step 3 - Serum

Serums are great products that help protect skin against signs of aging. Serums are generally full of nutrients, vitamins, and antioxidants that will help keep your skin vibrant and healthy. A good serum will rejuvenate skin cells and boost collegen production.

Step 4 – Moisturizer

It might sound surprising, but even if you have oily skin, you shouldn’t avoid moisturizer. Moisturizer is a crucial step in the skin care routine. A good moisturizer will help hydrate your skin, not make it greasy. As an added bonus, it’s helpful to use a daytime moisturizer with SPF.

Step 5 (Optionals) – Eye Creams, Exfoliators, Masks

In addition to the steps above, you may want to consider using an eye cream, exfoliator, and masks. For eye creams, avoid anything to heavy – it can create puffiness. You’ll want to look for a light-weight cream or gel. Exfoliating is a great step to reveal younger, smoother skin. It’s recommended to use an exfoliator or scrub about once a week. Using a mask weekly can also rejuvenate skin, regenerate oil, and hydrate.

Makeup How-To: The Natural Way

It’s easy to get overwhelmed when you’re thinking about all the steps involved with wearing makeup. This is why we wanted to break down and easy way to get natural coverage that’s also safe for your skin.



Dr. Hauschka Translucent Foundation Makeup – A gentle liquid foundation that enhances the skin’s naturally radiant glow for a dewy, flawless look. Mineral pigments blend uneven pigmentation while plant extracts oils and waxes moisturize and protect.


100% Pure Fruit Pigment Powdered Blush - This blush is colored with the antioxidant and vitamin rich fruit pigments instead of minerals or synthetic dyes.

dr. hauschka eyeliner

Dr. Hauschka Eyeliner - Mineral pigments fused with quince wax glide on effortlessly. Extracts of neem, black tea and eyebright soothe skin and strengthen lashes.


Glominerals Eyeshadow - Exclusive antioxidant blend of vitamins A, C, E and green tea extract, Extensive range of rich, vibrant shades available, Allows for buildable color in perfectly coordinated shades.


Blinc Mascara – Blinc forms tiny water-resistant “tubes” around your lashes rather than painting them like conventional mascaras. Once applied, these beauty tubes bind to your lashes and cannot run, smudge, clump, or flake, even if you cry or rub your eyes.

Suki Luscious Lips Berry Cream Trio

Suki Luscious Lips Trio – Provides a rich velvety texture, transforms lips into vivid neutrals & natural gloss shimmers, locks in moisture, protects & soothes lip area, creates a dewy, sensual pout & a natural or dramatic flush for cheeks.

Best Organic Cleansers

We’ve featured our favorite organic eye creams and favorite moisturizers, now it’s time to focus on the all-important cleanser. A good cleanser is key for cleaning and purifying your skin. The ingredients in organic cleansers also tend to be less harsh, making it a great solution for sensitive skin.

Below are some of our best selling organic cleansers:

Dr. Hauschka Cleansing Milk - Ideal for removing makeup, this gentle cleanser features fermented grain extract to remove dirt and impurities. Jojoba and sweet almond oils maintain the natural moisture balance, keeping dry, mature and sensitive skin soft and supple.


Suki Creamy Foaming Cleanser - Preserves skin’s natural moisture balance, fights free radicals, restores radiance, minimizes pore size, removes dirt, dullness & impurities.


Sophyto Natural Glycolic Foaming Cleanser - A sublime airy mousse made from concentrated orchard apple extract and raw sugar cane to offer a totally natural solution compared to harsh glycolic acids. The fruit acid foam works upon contact with skin to gently, yet effectively remove cellular build-up revealing a much fresher, glowing complexion. Because this cleanser does not contain overly rich foaming boosters and sulphates, it requires little to no agitation when rinsing, so suitable for even the most sensitive of skin, including rosacea and acne.


100% Pure Skin Brightening Facial Cleanser - 100% Pure formula gets its brightening effect from all natural, gentle ingredients like bearberry, kojic acid, sake, fruit acids, licorice, vitamin c, lemon juice and strawberries. This skin brightening facial cleanser washes away makeup (including eye makeup) and other impurities while aloe juice and rose hydrosol hydrates and soothes.


Boscia Makeup Breakup Cool Cleansing Oil – An extremely gentle and effective cleansing oil for all skin types that removes makeup and impurities while decongesting pores without leaving an oily residue.