Cleanliness is all-important for your face
Probably the most important thing you can do for your face is to keep it clean by using a good quality product to make sure you don’t strip all the protective oils off your face when doing this.
Today, every company seems to offer paraben-free organic-non-chemical-eco products – throwing in a few other buzz words for good measure. I get loads of products claiming to be everything one might want, but occasionally one arrives that does what it says – and such a one is Nakin, which I have been trying out recently.
When I review a new product range I always start with the cleanser. Get this right, and all else follows. Cleansing is such a vital part of beauty regimes, as effective cleansing leads the way for healthy, clear and glowing skin; essential in my book. And if the product comes without any fancy packaging, that is a decided plus for me!
But what gives Nakin an even bigger plus in my book is it lasts, and lasts, and lasts. I started with a smallish bottle of cleanser over two months ago, and it still has lots left in the bottle.
Nakin offer eco beauty at its absolute best, for beautiful skin at every age. The award winning range is a luxurious natural skincare system of cleansers, moisturisers and treatments. The whole ethos is natural beauty, so they utilise inspirational and exceptional plants to promote and heal skin. The range is formulated with powerful natural anti-agers such as Hibiscus, Pomegranate, Seaweed and Hyaluronic Acid, as well as healing butters and rejuvenating oils. Everything is produced in the UK and completely cruelty free, meeting the Leaping Bunny standards. Nakin’s natural skincare is formulated without unnecessary ingredients Parabens, SLS, Petrochemicals, artificial fragrance and colour, PEGs and Propylene Glycol. It’s a modern fusion of science, nature and anti-ageing results – the next generation of natural beauty.
Suitable for cancer survivors
Although I am not a chemist or a dermatologist, I KNOW what works on my skin; and believe me, if a products does what it says and doesn’t make me come out in a rash, or give me tight, itchy skin, then I know it’s good. If it works on my compromised skin, that is a really tough test. And it costs £15 – which for the time it has lastd had got to be a bargain!
For more information about Nakin, and other products in their range, visit their website www.nakinskincare.com