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.
Looking for a makeup brand with a range of high-performance products? Vancouver’s Ilia, which started off with six tinted lip conditioners in 2011, now offers everything you need to create a glowy complexion, smoky eye or colour-kissed lip. The brand’s new eye shadows are talc-free and contain shea butter, olive fruit and jojoba seed oil. And the new brightening eye primer—which prevents shadow creasing—is rich in antioxidants and contains arnica to reduce puffiness.
Ilia Essential Shadow Palettes, $51 each, and Natural Brightening Eye Primer, $28, iliabeauty.com.