All The Rad New Beauty Products Coming To Whole Foods This Year

Whole Foods should be renamed Whole Life at this point. It’s dangerously easy to get lost in the aisles of the health emporium and spend our whole paycheck hunting for groceries, making overpriced salads, and stalking new beauty products. Yes, our love for the retailer runs deep, and it’s about to get deeper.

We got a preview of the new beauty offerings hitting shelves this spring — like mushroom-based highlighter sticks, USDA-certified organic sheet masks, and detoxifying scalp scrubs — and our carts runneth over. Keep clicking to see the newness you should be adding to your grocery list before you hit up Whole Foods this weekend.

These highlighter sticks are formulated with adaptogens, organic oils, and botanical extracts to deliver a glow that’s actually good for you.

Cocokind Collective Highlighters, $12.00, available at Whole Foods.

This blend of ginger, rose hip, and pumpkin seed oils makes taking off makeup less of a chore — and more of a zen experience.

Mad Hippie Cleansing Oil, $17.99, available at Whole Foods.

Leave your scalp baggage — like grease, product buildup, and zits — in 2018. Use an exfoliating scalp scrub like this one, which has charcoal to purge your skin off all that junk.

Not Your Mother’s Restore & Reclaim Scalp Scrub, $8.99, available at Whole Foods.

This 2-in-1 stick is part cleanser and part scrub and will sop up dirt from your pores without all the extra steps.

Yes To Tomatoes Detoxifying Charcoal Snapmask Stick, $15.99, available at Whole Foods.

Shower-friendly recycled packaging and plant-based ingredients make this conditioner good for your hair and 60% better for the environment.

Seed Phytonutrients Lightweight Conditioner, $24.00, available at Whole Foods.

The sheet mask section got three new USDA-certified options from BioRepublic this month. You can pick up its exfoliating, calming, and brightening masks when your at-home spa day rolls around.

BioRepublic Skincare Soothing Sheet Mask, $4.99, available at Whole Foods.

If you left aluminum deodorant in the past, pick up this formula next time you’re in the beauty aisle. It’s coconut-based and free of all the bad stuff (like parabens and dyes) that make your armpits feel gross.

Own Beauty Coconut Mango Deodorant, $7.50, available at Whole Foods.

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