As I briefly mentioned in an earlier post, I recently came across a skincare company called ‘Totally Natural Skincare’. This was a lucky find as I have fallen in love with their products! Currently I have tried four of their products and have been thrilled with the results. If you are looking for an ethical, natural, vegan skincare alternatives or a just fed up with putting chemical ridden, overpriced products which claim to work wonders but again and again fail to deliver then I would defiantly recommend considering this company’s products.
And NO I have not been asked, bribed or anything else to make the post, I chose to feature this company because I want to support them and share with my readers only the very best of vegan beauty!
The first of their products I tried was there, Light Cream. This lives up to its title, incredibly lightweight, smooth cream which glides on to your face so gently, immediately soothing and hydrating your skin, the main ingredients are Coconut Oil, Jojoba and water! This product claims to help oily acne prone skin, my skin is not oily but recently has been suffering from spots and since using this product nearly 2 weeks I have seen a noticeable difference, however this could be down to some of the other products I’ve used, either way I’m pretty pleased. A 60ml pot is £8, reasonably priced.
The next product is Natural Cream Cleanser, this is beautiful! In every sense, moisturising, soft, it removes my makeup well (not so much my eye makeup) and leaves your skin felling supple and clean, all you could ask for! Again the main ingredients are Coconut oil, Apricot oil, Champagne vinegar and Witch hazel, which are often recommend to use on skin so the combination a long with the other ingredients is great. At £4.75 for 120ml this is well priced.
Their Peppermint and Cocoa butter foot cream, is another product I invested in. This is a much richer, thicker texture with a gorgeous smell, similar to mint choc chip ice cream! Once removed my feet not only smelt good, but felt much softer and had a noticeably smoother look which my sister who used it too would agree. Its priced at £8 for 60ml again a fair price and uses cocoa butter, almond oil and coconut oil as its main ingredients.
Finally the Dead sea mud face/body mask was my final purchase. This I bought to help clear up my skin. The products itself is dark grey slightly runny cream with a grainy texture. I applied it for 15 minutes the first time and 30 the next. On first time use it stung my face a whilst on my skin but i put up with it for 15 minutes, one removed my face was very hot and red but did feel clean and smooth. The result the next morning where showing promising signs so 4 days later i used it again. T he grainy texture i liked as whilst removing the product it exfoliates your skin as well, this time it did not hurt my face at all, but my face was still quite red once i removed the product. My skin is looking much clearer however since using this and the rest of the products! The face mask is £6.50 for 60ml.
I hope I’ve persuaded you to go check them out at- http://totallynaturalskincare.co.uk
They have a range of various products for all skin types and I really do think they are worth a try! If any of you do try them out, let me know what you think and lets keep supporting the right kind of companies.
Here’s to a better future, until next time, Charlotte xxxx