The Return of Lavera Natural Cosmetics

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If you live in Singapore and are into natural and organic beauty products like me, you might have heard of or seen a few Lavera products before. Watsons used to carry a few and I do remember wanting to try their SPF40 Neutral Sunblock and Wild Rose Toner. However, Watsons suddenly stopped carrying Lavera products and I wasn’t sure where else to get it in Singapore.

Luckily, I just received good news that Lavera recently authorized Spring37 to be its online distributor in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and Brunei. It seems I might finally get to try one of their sun protection products afterall!

Cruelty-Free, Gluten-Free, All Natural

Lavera is an award-winning natural cosmetics brand from Germany that offers a wide range of products from the usual skin and hair care products to make-up. I never knew that they also carry makeup until just recently! Their products are free from the usual nasties such as synthetic preservatives, fragrances and emulsifiers, and petroleum-based ingredients. You can check out the list of ingredients they avoid here.

I’m not sure whether all products are vegan but it seems most of what I checked out are.

Some Lavera products in my wishlist

I checked out a few and the ingredients, indeed, look clean. The price range also seems reasonable to me. As mentioned above, I’ve never tried Lavera products before but I’m definitely eyeing some of them and here are a few:

1) Kids Sun Spray SPF 20, S$29.81 – I’ve never tried a naturally-formulated sun spray. I would love to find out the texture of this product and see whether it’s really worth getting a sun spray over the usually thick and icky sunscreen creams and lotions.

2) Natural Liquid Foundation, S$29.81 – I’m still hunting for my HG liquid foundation and unfortunately, I haven’t found one. I like that it doesn’t contain any silicones which I’m trying to avoid. I wonder how this products applies on the skin.

3) Cooling Eye Roll On, S$38.80 – this might be a bit pricier than the others but I’m a sucker for eye care products. I’m currently suffering from a bit of puffiness in the morning and this product claims to give immediate noticeable results.

4) Glossy Lips (Magic Red), S$23.82 – Simply because I’ve been obsessed with anything red + lips lately.

Up to S$30 off some Kits

Don’t forget to check out the promotions section of the store. I just saw that they are offering savings from 10-25% off some kits. The shipping fee to Singapore starts at only $4. And not that it matters considering how cheap the shipping fee is — but for purchases above $120, the shipping fee is free.

Check out other Lavera products and promotions on Spring37.com .

Have you tried Lavera products before? Which ones would you recommend?

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  • http://sugarpuffish.blogspot.co.uk Sugarpuffish

    First products I tried from Lavera were the Spa Body Cream (think that’s what they are called, the fruity ones). I can recommend the sun cream. I’ve used the spray bottles, face and aftersun. I adore the shimmer aftersun it’s so pretty when you have a tan :) I’m not a fan of the foundation, I’m very pale and the colour match is poor
    Sugarpuffish recently blogged..Dr Bronner’s Magic Organic Lavender Shaving Gel

    • http://www.ecobeautysecrets.com Vivi

      Hey Sarah, thanks for the recommendations! Since you used the products before, I feel more ‘safe’ because I know you choose your products really well and you’re quite critical when it comes to ingredients. :)

      I am tanned but I don’t look good with shimmer for some reason (probably because I’m too thin and the shimmers make me look thinner and more bony) but I’ll probably try the sun sprays once I’ve used up my current body sunscreens. :)

  • Mai

    Ahhhh i think i saw these before in stores. Had no idea they were natural though since i was not into natural products when i was younger :P . Hope to read some reviews on your haul should you get them.

    On a sidenote, do you think this Silk Naturals Oatmeal Hydrating Serum can be use with L-Ascorbic Acid? I’m currently adding distilled water as i failed to find any water-based serum here in SG.

    Ingredients: Distilled Water, White Tea Extract, Licorice Extract, Tamarind Seed Extract, Lactobacillus/Kelp Ferment Filtrate, Hydrolyzed Oats, Gluconolactone (and) Sodium Benzoate, Hydroxypropyl starch phosphate , Panthenol

    Appreciate your thoughts.

    • http://www.ecobeautysecrets.com Vivi

      Actually, I think distilled water is good. :) It’s the freshest Vit C serum you can get!

      But if you really want to mix it with a premade serum, the SN Oatmeal Hydrating Serum seems ‘simple’ enough. So as long as it dissolves and doesn’t irritate your skin later, it should be okay. In fact, the combination seems like a good dark acne mark buster.

      • Mai

        Really? Hmmm i used it a few times before and dont seemed to get that bright glowing effect. I recommended my bestie to mix it with her night cream & she raves about the effect :( Therefore i thought using it with a serum might work better for me.

        Cool, then i will order the SN Oatmeal serum since i do have stubborn marks from last year which are still there!!

        By the way, read your comments on Sarah post..you look very pale & not tan at all..hahaha unless u recently go for a beach tan during the CNY hols ;p

  • brandy s

    Not to be mean but the store looks unfinished and a bit messy. I feel that string background is confusing me more. Hate to say it but it reminds me of spam websites. :(

    Have you bought from them before? Do they ship from germany to sg? How come so cheap the shipping?

    • http://www.ecobeautysecrets.com Vivi

      Hi Brandy, Spring37 is a very new store so they might have more changes.

      I haven’t bought from them before because they launched just yesterday and I still have too many other unopened products, I don’t think they are shipping from Germany but from a stockist here in Asia, thus the shipping fee is cheap. :)

  • shuhui

    I tried Lavera before! I think the toner was quite ok. I also tried some of their lipbalms, good also

    • http://www.ecobeautysecrets.com Vivi

      thanks for the recommendations, shuhui! I’ll consider the lipbalms. Currently, I’m still loving my Ethic Bioskin Phyto-Eclat so I might be sticking to it. :)

  • http://www.lovelycosme.blogspot.com Lynn

    Thing that I don’t like about Lavera and other German brands in common is that..they all have alcohol in it!. As a moslem,I can’t use it :(
    Only logona and sante that don’t use..

    • Sandra

      Yes, that is true. I do not like alcohol in skincare products either because they can dry out my skin, but somehow they do not do that.

      • http://www.lovelycosme.blogspot.com Lynn

        Hi Sandra!
        Oh,yes it’s true.But if the concentration of alcohol is just a few,I don’t think it’ll be drying the skin.But,it still depends on the skin condition though.
        Sadly,most of German brands using alcohol in their products.By far only logona and sante that don’t use alcohol.Do you know anyother brands that don’t use alcohol in it?

    • http://www.ecobeautysecrets.com Vivi

      Hi Lynn, thanks for sharing that. I learned in school that in Islam, alcohol is prohibited but I didn’t know that it’s not allowed in skincare products, too. But how about those who don’t use natural/organic products? Because most non-natural alternatives contain alcohol? Do Muslims still use them?

      • http://www.lovelycosme.blogspot.com Lynn

        When we talk about religion,it’s really up to the followers which one they’d like to follow and believe.Some still use alcohol,some others just don’t. But yes,it’s not allowed in skincare products.Basically what isn’t allowed is only alcohol/ethanol,be it natural/grain alcohol or not. When it’s already denatured,so it’s allowed.However,most German brands use natural alcohol as their preservative since what they aim is to be as natural as possible.
        I’m fine with it as a”preservative”,but as a moslem i’m not fine with it. So most likely I usually go with the SD/Denatured alcohol one.I ever posted about it here:
        http://lovelycosme.blogspot.com/2012/01/humphreys-alcohol-free-facial-toner-in.html

        I think nowadays lots of muslims care about this halal issue,and most of them don’t have proper knowledge of which alcohol that is halal,or haram.So they think all that labelled with”alcohol”in it as haram/forbidden.While not alcohol are haram.But,compared to alcohol issue,pork issue gaining more attention.They’re even affraid that make up brushes that they use are from boar!While boar is rarely used in make up brushes!However,there’re many moslems that don’t care about this issue either as they don’t know what is inside their cosmetic products.Or,those who don’t care much about what’s inside their products.
        See,hard to answer your question :D Because religion is really personal..
        Lynn recently blogged..Laidbare Naturaceuticals Working 9 to 5 Deep Hydration Crème

  • Sandra

    I love this German brand. I used its products while living in Europe, but now in the USA is not that available. I also love Logona, Dr. Hauschka and Weleda. They somehow connect me with my beloved Europe.
    Greetings :)

    • http://www.ecobeautysecrets.com Vivi

      Hi Sandy, hello to you! Is this your first time visiting? :)

      Lavera is still available in US but you might have to buy online. I just saw Lavera on iHerb the other day because I was checking out their foundation selections :)

  • Lynne

    I was excited to try their products, and have the liquid foundation. I like it, don’t love it. My fault, the color I chose is a bit too dark for me. The texture goes on a bit sticky, and it has an odd smell that I can’t decide if I like or not. Also I wish it had sunscreen in it. I do really like the ingredients though and want to try more of this brand.

    • http://www.ecobeautysecrets.com Vivi

      Hi Lynne, thanks for sharing your thoughts! Among all the products, I’m actually eyeing the foundation the most because I haven’t found a good liquid foundation that is naturally formulated. I read other reviews that the color-matching is a bit of a problem due to the limited selection of shades. I’m actually looking at the ‘Honey’ shade now.. I wonder if it’ll be suitable for me.

  • http://www.pemberleyjones.com Pemberley Jones

    I have never seen any Lavera products in the wild! I’ve heard that Target carries some in the states now, but I’ve never seen them. I’d love to try their makeup. I can’t wait to hear what you think when you try some!

    • http://www.ecobeautysecrets.com Vivi

      Yeah, I’m really tempted to try the makeup (or the sunscreen). I’m pretty happy with my current skincare routine so nothing much to change there.

  • http://larissabright.blogspot.com/ Breonna@Organic Skincare

    I love natural and organic skincare products.This one sounds like it’s worth a try.
    Breonna@Organic Skincare recently blogged..Want to Remain Forever Young – Use Aloe Vera

    • http://www.ecobeautysecrets.com Vivi

      Let me know once you’ve tried any of them. I love hearing reviews from readers! :)

  • http://www.bonitec.com bonitec

    German brands are doing incredibly well in the “natural mass market” category. Brands certfied by NaTrue and BDIH are selling across Europe even in hard discounters like Liddl and Aldi. At prices starting from EUR 1.99. Not sure if these products can really be called “organic”, but still much better than greenwashing brands wihout any kind of natural or organic certification
    bonitec recently blogged..Cosmoprof Bologna 2013

    • http://www.ecobeautysecrets.com Vivi

      the term ‘organic’ really depends on the certification nowadays.. but if you trust the person creating the products or growing the ingredients that they follow organic standards but are just not getting the certification due to the fee involved, then that may be considered organic, too.