I’ve been slowly but surely adjusting my skincare routine to consist of quality products which are good for me and also for the animals that these items are not being tested on. Getting cruelty free products is much easier than it seems, especially if you don’t shop at drugstores (which is always tempting). Overall these are just good items in general, even if you don’t try to go cruelty free.
Glossier Cleanser/Makeup Remover – I’ve been looking forward to trying Glossier and I’m so happy that I gave this face wash a try. It’s very gentle and has the same kind of consistency as Cetaphil. However, it does an amazing job removing eye makeup and making my skin feel very silky smooth. It also has a very mild and pleasant scent, so the face washing experience is very good.
BWC Toner – This is a great company that produces all of their products cruelty free. This toner smells great and has been working well for me at night and in the morning. It’s a pretty mild formula so it’s a lot gentler than some of the other toners I’ve used in the past. My only problem with it is the fact that it’s not a spray top, because I’m trying to stop using cotton swabs because of the waste that they create.
BodyBeeWell Eyecream – This Etsy shop has some seriously nice stuff, and I decided to give their eye cream a shot. It comes in a tiny container but the eye cream is so rich so you don’t need a whole lot of it. I’m a big believer in eye cream, and this one is pleasant because of it’s earthy scent.
EmpireSquid Face Cream – I got the dry skin formula for the winter but it’s been working well in the summer too. This cream is rich, which is something that I look for in a night time cream and like other natural creams it has a light smell. No more dry patches on my skin after starting to use this stuff, and that shop has a lot of products to choose from.
FromTheEarthBodyCare Dry Shampoo – I’ve been putting dry shampoo in my hair at night recently and I feel like it gives me more volume in the mornings. This one is neat because you can get a brown dry shampoo for brunettes, which is a nice touch. I like using natural dry shampoo much better than the stuff that comes as a spray. This store has a lot of goodies that I want to test out in the future.
Have you tried any of these products before? What is your go-to night time product?