Toronto-based lippy brand Bite Beauty is known for its literally good-enough-to-eat (they’re made with food-grade ingredients) sugar scrubs and agave lip masks. But it’s also known on the beauty scene for its high-pigment liners and lipsticks in shades you never thought possible for a natural company. A new launch this year, the Prismatic Pearl Crème Lip Glosses are inspired by black pearls and create an iridescent sheen on their own or on top of lipstick.
Bite Beauty Prismatic Pearl Crème Lip Gloss, $25 each, sephora.ca.
Luxury skin- and hair-care line Graydon produces cruelty-free, homemade beauty goodies made with organic, Canadian ingredients whenever possible. The Hair Smoothie is perfect for detangling stubborn knots while conditioning strands with erucic acid found in Canadian-grown broccoli seed oil.
Graydon Hair Smoothie, $24, graydonskincare.ca.
Quebec-made mama-and-baby skincare line Énamour is now available across Canada with their natural, multi-use products. The line is carefully curated and includes items such as gentle baby soap for skin and hair, protection balm that helps with dry skin and eczema, and sleep oil made with with lavender, chamomile and orange essential oils.
Énamour The Starter Kit (with massage oil, diaper rash pomade and pure baby soap), $47, enamour.co.