Sukin Skincare

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I've recently become more concerned with, not just if my skincare is cruelty-free and vegan, but how natural it is and how ethical the brand that produces it is. On a recent trip to TK Maxx (a dream for cruelty-free skincare), I came across a brand I have seen cropping up more and more. Sukin skincare.

Sukin is an Australian natural skincare brand, who's tag line is 'skincare that doesn't cost the earth' which is such a breath of fresh air. I seem to find that a lot of brands promise all the good stuff, are ethical, cruelty-free and vegan, but then cost an unrealistic amount - in comparison to my tiny bank account!

As well as being affordable, cruelty-free and vegan, every product is also carbon neutral, biodegradable and grey water safe! They support Chinese and Indian projects to create job opportunities, support families and reduce green house gasses. They're all round good eggs.

Of course, the products themselves have to be functional. I've found that my skin has really responded well to only being treated with natural products. It's loving the simplified routine of only using their cream cleanser, clarifying tonic and facial moisturiser. The cream cleanser is gentle, but still removes all my makeup, the tonic - although part of the oil balancing range, doesn't dry out my skin and the moisturiser perfectly compliments the previous products by giving my skin that last bit of nourishment. My only wish is that they came in bigger containers so that I never had to run out! 

Sukin provide a whole list of different ranges for every skin concern, so there is no excuse to not chose the cruelty free option!

What are your favourite ethical companies?

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  1. I've been having similar thoughts recently - I want my skincare to be more natural as well as cruelty-free, but I also don't want to spend a fortune! I love Sukin's products and their ethos :) xx

    Toasty

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