10 Beauty Products From Whole Foods & Trader Joe's That Are Totally Underrated

We all know that the drugstore is a magical place for discovering cheapo (yet awesome) makeup, but have you checked out the beauty products Whole Foods and Trader Joe's have up for grabs? It's super, duper legit, especially if you're just starting to transition to a natural beauty routine. Click through for ten of my faves, then make a pitstop in the beauty aisle next time you're picking up your organic kale.

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Trader Joe's Spa Face Wash with Tea Tree Oil

My husband swears by this product to keep zits at bay. The facial wash doesn’t dry out your skin — but make sure the product never gets into your eyes. That tea tree oil is super harsh.

Trader Joe's Spa Face Wash With Tea Tree Oil, $13, Amazon

Jason Pure Natural Shampoo, Restorative Biotin

Biotin is an ingredient in many hair growth products. While you shouldn’t expect magical hair growth overnight by using this product, you can look forward to a gentle shampoo that leaves your hair soft, more manageable, and a little fuller.

Jason Pure Natural Shampoo, Restorative Biotin, $6, Amazon

Trader Joe's Head To Toe Moisturizing Balm

When a product contains shea butter, mango seed butter, cocoa seed butter, oat kernel flour extract, apricot kernel, AND macadamia seed oil, you know you’re in for a treat. This balm isn’t greasy, and works great for elbows, knees, cuticles and for me, dry eczema patches.

Trader Joe's Head To Toe Moisturizing Balm, $6, Amazon

Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay

If you haven’t used this product, you probably at least know someone who swears by it. You can use it as a hair mask by mixing it with apple cider vinegar, as a body mask by adding a cup of this to your bath, or a face mask by using it as it is.

Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay, $11, Amazon

Trader Joe's Coconut Body Butter

This body butter is everything you want in a moisturizing agent. It’s thick, smooth, frothy and incredibly buttery. It also smells incredible!

Trader Joe's Coconut Body Butter, $11, Amazon

Weleda Skin Food

I’ll admit that the smell of this product isn’t for everyone, but if you suffer from crazy dry skin, this will help you heaps. The texture is thick and greasy, but it absorbs quickly leaving all your bits hydrated and soft.

Weleda Skin Food, $10, Amazon

Trader Joe's Lavender Sea Salt Body Scrub

When you enjoy exfoliating as much as I do, you don’t want to be forking out $20 for a tub of scrub. This tub is purse-friendly, and it’s invigorating. Use it in a bath and the lavender will lull you into a deep sleep. The oil in the product might separate after sitting on the shelves, so mix it well before use.

Trader Joe's Lavender Sea Salt Body Scrub, $14, Amazon

Trader Joe's Spa 100% Pure Jojoba Oil

I use this product as a makeup remover, a moisturizer, and to add sheen to my legs when I want to show them off. It absorbs really well, doesn’t break you out, and give you that natural glow that you’ve always coveted.

Trader Joe's Spa 100% Pure Jojoba Oil, $12, Amazon

Trader Joe's Tea Tree Tingle Body Wash

If you’re trying to clear your bacne, buy this bottle and cradle it home. The tea tree oil is uber effective, plus the tingling sensation wakes you up in the morning.

Trader Joe's Tea Tree Tingle Body Wash, $11, Amazon

Heritage Products Rosewater Spray

Not only is this baby instantly hydrating, it also smells like you’ve walked into a European rose garden. What I love most about it is that I can not only use it after cleansing, you can use it after makeup, before makeup, as a pick-me-up mid-afternoon for dewy skin.

Heritage Products Rosewater Spray, $9, Amazon