In recent years, I've become quite conscious about the foods that I consume; I try as much as possible to source local organic, free range produce that are sustainable and have less environmental impact. I'm starting to think I should and could do the same with the products that I use on my skin. So when Sukin Organics sent me some of their products to trial, I was thrilled to learn about their commitment to natural, organic ingredients and their environmental focus, which means I can use their products in good conscious. But being guilt free means little if the products don't work.
So, my question was, just how effective is Sukin?
Sukin's cream cleanser and foaming facial cleanser to remove my makeup (yes, I like to double cleanse), my face felt clean but not tight. A swipe with my toner reveals that all makeup was effectively removed.
I may not have perfect skin but at least I can boast of perfectly cleansed skin. Here is me in all my bare faced, no makeup, no filters, no photoshop glory.
Have you been paying attention to the ingredients in your skincare products? What are your thoughts on beauty products and sustainability?