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10 Natural Beauty Essentials You Can Actually Afford for Fall

Post by Rachel Krause. When it comes to choosing between clean, organic food and a blueberry that was created in a laboratory, natural is always better -- and much like locally-grown produce, beauty products that leave out the bad stuff come with the you-get-what-you-pay-for price tag to match. Still, you shouldn't have to sell your soul -- or everything you own -- to put together a perfect fall beauty routine that doesn't include an ingredients list that makes you feel like Halloween came early.
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