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Oftentimes, natural-looking products aren’t actually made with anything “natural” at all. That’s not the case when it comes to nügg Beauty. They take a serious approach to clean beauty. In fact, all of nügg’s products are made with over 93 percent natural ingredients.

That’s right: They’re experts in top-quality, simple, and powerful clean skin-care treatments. Even better, their products are affordable and eco-friendly.

Their award-winning nüggets of goodness are designed to make you feel great in your skin – not only by addressing specific skin issues but also by making your skin feel soft, smooth, and silky to the touch.

They believe in a gentle and long-term approach to skin-care that helps enhance and protect your skin barrier function. Because, after all, your skin is meant to form a barrier to keep irritants out and moisture in, so the ultimate goal of skin treatments should be to make that barrier as strong and healthy as possible.

They are committed to clear standards for natural-ness and to avoid “no go” ingredients in all products. They follow the Natural Product Association list to determine what’s considered natural.

In addition, they formulate all products without petrochemicals, parabens, sulfates, synthetic colors, and synthetic fragrances. Where they can, they also forego preservatives by formulating products without water. Products can be found online and in stores across the country, including Whole Foods and Amazon.

Stay tuned as we meet Janet Chan, nügg’s Brand Vice President, to learn more about the company’s exceptional standards and innovative products. Plus, we hang out with a few mother-daughter duos, who try out some of nügg’s best-selling products, including the Aqua Boost Hydrating Gel Mask and the Bright Mud Clay Mask. We’ll take one of each, please!

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