I thought I would give you a full tour of the natural beauty products I choose to use. All the products are suitable for vegans and I aim to put the least amount of chemicals on my skin as possible.
After starting my new job with Miss Organics where I write frequent blog posts on the danger of chemicals and the benefits of natural, organic skincare I am constantly becoming more aware of the ingredients in my products. Instead of just focusing on whether they are vegan suitable or not.
So here is what I use;
Kind natured, Shampoo
This shampoo is certified for vegans and made from 97% natural ingredients. Its free from sulfates, parabens and petrochemicals. Both the shampoo and conditioner are designed for curly hair and I have been very impressed with how my curls have
Kind natured, Conditioner
The conditioner is moisturising and helps detangle and reshape my curls really well.
Hair gel by Shea moisture
This hair gel is made with a base of coconut oil, shea butter, agave nectar and flax seed oil. The gel includes certified organic ingredients and again is free from parabens, sulfates and synthetic colours and scents. You only need a small amount and it really helps sustain my curls after being washed for several days 🙂
Kind natured, Detangler
My hair has been really knotty lately so when I saw this detangled next to the shampoo and conditioner on the shelf I decided to give it a try. It says for kids but it works just as well on my hair! Its scented tutti fruitti and so far I am pleased with it.
Raw organic coconut oil
I use this for moisturising, applying it to damp skin after a shower to retain the moisture left on my skin from the water. I love how natural this product is and it never fails to keep my skin supple.
Lavender scented dead sea bath salts made by totally natural skincare
Again these lavender bath salts are so natural, containing 21 minerals and lavender essential oil. I find using these salts so relaxing and soothing for my skin.
Lush coffee scrub
I use this 2-3 times a week as a face exfoliator. Made from predominately roasted cocoa extract, vetivert and coriander oil. I leave it on my skin for 15 minutes and then gently remove from my face using circular motions.
Botanics Organic cotton pads
Tropic Bamboo face cloth
Body Shop Vitamin E face cleanser
the cleansers I have tried this does not leave my face feeling dry and tight or break me out in spots. I have been using it for nearly a year and love it
Body shop Vitamin E toner
I never used to use a toner but I decided to try it out. I only use a toner when I am removing makeup and notice it makes such a difference to making sure all my make up is removed properly and leaves my skin feeling much cleaner. I would now never skip this step out when removing makeup!
Tea Tree Oil
I only use this on occasion to fight any unwelcome spots that may appear overnight. I have been using it for many years and wouldn’t switch it for anything else!
Lush coffee scrub
I hope you enjoyed a brief look at my beauty products and hopefully you feel inspired to try some of them out! I cant stress enough how important it is to avoid chemicals as much as possible and focus on cruelty free, natural products!
Here’s to a better future, until next time, Charlotte xxxx