The Irish Beauty Brands Worth Supporting Right Now

Like any crisis we’ve endured in the past, COVID-19 is inspiring moments of uplift and solidarity. Here are some of the brands we've decided to shine a spotlight on.

What better way to show Irish creatives that we appreciate them than opting for their products over more international brands. 

The products below have become mainstays in the Irish Tatler office – our couches, beds and kitchen tables, right now – and have become our first choices when it comes to gifts and special treats.

For those of you who feel the need to highlight any products you adore, please let us know in the comments. 

1. Spotlight Oral Care 

Founded by two Galwegian dentists, these ladies know their stuff and have produced products that actually work. Their whitening strips are especially brilliant (especially given that they're specially formulated for teeth sensitivity) and their bamboo toothbrushes are among the sturdiest I've used. 

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Calling all brides (and Grooms!) to be!  蘆 ⠀ ⠀ Have you thought about whitening your smile for your big day? We LOVE seeing snaps of brides to be completing their 14-day whitening course in the lead up to their big day!  ⠀ ⠀ Our whitening strips contain the active ingredient hydrogen peroxide which is clinically proven to whiten teeth gradually and safely! ⠀ ⠀ We love knowing we played a small part in the big smiles on your special day ⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ #whitening #createdbydentists #oralcare #spotlightoralcare #teethwhitening #weddingsmile #bridetobe #weddingday #beauty #vegan #recyclable #sustainable #harmfreeoralhealth #whiteningstrips #SOC #oceansafe #crueltyfree #veganfriendly #smile #beauty #whitening #toothpaste #harmfreeoralhealth

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2. Modern Botany 

A West Cork-based brand inspired by harnessing the best of natural plant-based beauty. With products so gentle that they can be used by anyone, even breastfeeding mothers, I swear by their best-selling oil for bringing my skin and hair back to life. 

3. Yogandha Daily Wellbeing Oils

Having long been a sceptic when it came to the realm of aromatherapy, I was instantly taken aback upon first using Yogandha products. Soothing, grounding and with scents so beautiful your mum will want to rob them – these products will ensure a calmer day.

Spray or roll them onto your PPE mask to ensure an anxious-free day in a weird time. 

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Helene from our team here at Yogandha was lucky enough to visit the gorgeous lavender fields in Hertfordshire, UK last week - has anyone else been? You can almost smell the deep scent of the lavender through this photo - blissful  Our Relax Body Oil (made with organic lavender and vetiver) felt right at home ❤️ Tap the image to shop.  Follow @yogandha_oils  . . #hitchinlavender #yogaforhealth #yogawellbeing #yogalife #yogamindset #yogabody #rosemary #yogamood #yogamagic #yogateacher #meditationteacher #yogisofig #relaxingyoga #lockdownyoga #yogaathome #mindfulliving #yogapost #mindbodywellness #yogatips #yogaislife #meditationpractise #yogapractice #yogateacherlife #yogaproduct #yogablog #yogaallday #lavenderfields #lavender

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4. Burren Perfumery 

A small, west of Ireland-based company making handmade cosmetics and perfumes inspired by the landscape that surrounds them. Their latest fragrance, Wild Rose, contains 30 different natural raw materials including Rose Centifolia, Rose Damascena, Bergamot, Benzoin Siam, Sandalwood from New Caledonia, Gaic Wood, Angelica and Ambrette Seed.

An excellent present for anything looking for something a little different. 

5. Moss of the Isles

Sourcing raw therapeutic ingredients from Ireland and the UK, Moss Of The Isles harnasses wholly natural elements to create spa products that are gradually becoming among the most respected in Europe. Natural and vegan, MOSS OF THE ISLES is now the brand of choice at designer spa Douro44 in Portugal.

6. Barechic Skin 

Luxury organic skincare brand Barechic Skin is fast becoming a firm favourite among beauty editors, thanks to its chic minimalist packaging and bestselling formulas. 

Based on the West Coast, owner Fiona Carr's mission is for us to take care of our largest organ by way of her exquisite blends of cold-pressed oils. 

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The wait is over...The Rose of The World will soon be here. Softly launching this coming Friday 24th 2020. Our luscious Rose Oil Serum is a concentration solely contained from the majestic Rosacea (Rose) Family.  This divine, velvety serum with its plummy, marzipanny, rosey scent feeds your skin with incredible nutrients and antioxidants.  This formula was created to aid slow aging, to minimise fine lines, dehydration and to make skin more firm and plump while gifting a glow that lasts.  It seems I have always been surrounded by roses and part of a dream has come true by creating this oil serum. So come join us this Friday 24th at 9pm GMT.  I hope you love it as much as I do. Lots of Love Fiona x  @jomurphyphotographer  #newlaunch #roseoftheworld #pureroseoil #luxeoilserumconcentrate #microformulations #wildatlanticway #skincareisselfcare #ingredientsmatter

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