Andalou Naturals

Andalou Naturals is a skin, hair, and bodycare company, founded by Stacey Kelly Egide and Mark Egide in 2010. It is based in California and its parent company is BMX Ltd., headquartered in Australia. Andalou Naturals offers fruit stem cell-based products. Its products are available online and in natural/organic specialty stores nationwide.

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67 products

499 reviews

67% would repurchase

Not tested on animals

Recent Andalou Naturals Reviews

Masks -Andalou Naturals -Avo Cocoa Skin Food Mask

on 3/7/2018 6:44:00 PM


Smells delicious and feels very nourishing on the skin. I can't say I noticed long term benefits but my skin did feel very hydrated immediately after use. I love that this has aloe as the first ingredient. The only reason I wouldn't repurchase is because the product states it is "Non-GMO" and contributes to fear mongering and misinformation about genetically modified ingredients. Otherwise it's a great mask and would repurchase again!

1 of 1 people found this helpful.

Masks -Andalou Naturals -Pumpkin Honey Glycolic Mask

on 3/4/2018 3:16:00 PM


Love this mask! It does sting and makes my skin red(ish) so I assume it’s not really suitable for sensitive skin. Mine is a combination with a greasy t zone and rest of it normal to dry and this mask exfoliates gently yet efficient. Skin feels clean and fresh!

Shampoo -Andalou Naturals -Lavender & Biotin Full Volume Shampoo

on 3/3/2018 8:57:00 PM


I am sensitive to silicone oils (break outs on skin and scalp) so I always look for products to avoid these ubiquitous ingredients. The shampoo smells pleasant, but lathers poorly. The biggest problem is that my hair gets dirtier much faster than with my other shampoos. If I were a person who washes daily, it might not matter.

Treatments (Face) -Andalou Naturals -Turmeric + C Enlighten Serum

on 3/1/2018 6:24:00 PM


It's pleasant enough to use. It doesn't smell like turmeric or stain your skin, which I was only mildly concerned about. The serum is opaque and the texture is like a cross between gel and lotion. If you have sensitive skin, or can't use L-ascorbic acid for whatever reason, or even if you're just giving your skin a break from "heavier" active ingredients for a while, this is a perfectly good vitamin C serum.

I'm a fan of a lot of Andalou Naturals products (even despite the pseudo-scientific "stem cell" claims), which is why I gave this Turmeric + C serum a try. It's on par, as far as results go, with the Mad Hippie Vitamin C serum (which I prefer just slightly to this one because of it's clear runny gel-like texture). It didn't wow me, but I have nothing against it. I have been adding a few drops of The Ordinary's Resveratrol to it, they seem to work well together. I would buy again in the future if my skin goes through a sensitive phase, which it seems to do every few winters. But when I finish my current bottle up, I'll be going back to using a simple DIY serum with plain L-ascorbic acid. I feel like that gives me better results.

3 of 3 people found this helpful.

Tinted Moisturizer -Andalou Naturals -1000 Roses Color + Correct Sheer SPF 30

on 2/25/2018 3:50:00 PM


I am shocked beyond all belief that this product worked for me. I am usually afraid of anything containing fragrances and oils, but this cc cream is amazing, and I think it's actually helped clear up my skin. To be clear, I use this as a tinted sunscreen, because this offers little to no coverage, BUT, I have found it a holy grail item to mix with my foundations that I felt were too matte in the past. I use three pumps of the cc cream, then add a pump of foundation to the mix. The result is gorgeous,dewy and lasts all day. I find the texture to be so much better than any of the other mineral sunscreens I have tried in the past, so I am a happy camper. The pump did try to crap out on me, but I simply took the top off , squeezed the tube to get the air out, and reassembled. It's been fine ever since. I highly recommend this as a painless way to get your daily dose of sunscreen, as well as a mixer.

2 of 2 people found this helpful.

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