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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.

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