usually found: moisturisers and Cleansers
This is one name for a whole lot of ingredients whose key job it is to preserve our cosmetic favourites. They do have their uses, especially as they can be pretty bargainous. While a lot of research suggests they’re safe, new studies suggest otherwise and at the least they may not be as kind to skin as first thought. Want to err on the side of caution? Check out this lot…
Kiehl’s midnight recovery Concentrate, £ 37
Making it super-easy (and guilt-free) for us to feed our faces with natural oils like sunflower and evening primrose while we sleep.
dr Bonner liquid soap, £ 8.49
This multi-use product is perfect for travel – you can use it as a face wash, shower gel, hand sanitiser, make-up-remover, tool cleaner and so much more.
la roche-posay hydreane light, £9
Like taking a hydrating hit from a supersoaker, water-fight stylee. It’s ultra moisturising as it’s packed with hydrolipids, which work with your skin cells to help them hold on to the natural spring water ingredient. Impressive!
Trilogy Certified organic rosehip oil, £ 19.50, John lewis
Loved by miranda kerr, Ca rad eleving ne and Katemiddleton, Trilogy’ s rose hip oil contains natural actives that are highly effective at treating ageing, dry and dehydrated skin and uneven skin tones.
weleda almond soothing Cleansing lotion, £ 9.95
The ingredients of this cleanser are so closely related to the skin’s own sebum, it works with what you’ve already got to give it a natural nourishing boost.