Love Absolute Skincare review – Green Life In Dublin – AD

Love Absolute Skincare review - Green Life In Dublin - AD

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Love Absolute Skincare review - Green Life In Dublin - AD
Love Absolute Skincare review – Green Life In Dublin – AD

How are all of You, I hope You are well? Today I wanted to bring Your attention to a few great products from a fabulous bee and pollinator friendly UK natural beauty brand. Please step forward Love Absolute Skincare!

I wanted to give a shout-out to products and a brand I am enjoying recently, please step  forward Love Absolute Skincare. Vegan, bee friendly, brand with strong emphasis on saving those very important little creatures on this planet. Sarah, the creator of the brand uses vegan & plant based ingredients to create unique natural formulas that I found lovely. Her focus is on finding colourful, organic oils that are nutrient dense, also herbs, spices, clays and superfoods for the skin. All sourced from small growers, producers and suppliers who share passion for high quality organic stuff. The products are all manufactured in house, meaning the quality is assured in every product. They are housed in plastic free & recyclable packaging. If that does not sound good for you, I do not know what will!
I got a pleasure to  try gifted (not sponsored) Tahitian Monoi Flower Balm and Lavish Cold Cream, both of which have gorgeous ingredients, are pleasure to use and are a saving grace for my sensitive skin in this harsh weather. I absolutely want to try more from the range & I think it is a brand well worth checking out.

Love Absolute Skincare products textures & review - Green Life In Dublin
Love Absolute Skincare products textures & review – Green Life In Dublin

LAVISH COLD CREAM

100% PLANT BASED, VEGAN & CRUELTY FREE
An extra nourishing cream, that can be used as a moisturiser and a ‘leave on’ hydrating cleanser.
With an optimal blend of skin healthy omegas 3:6:9 fatty acids from seven organic and cold pressed fruit and flower seed oils.
Extra rich in antioxidants from purple fruits oils; Blackcurrant, Elderberry and Red Raspberry.
A nutrient rich and non comedogenic recipe, that suits most skin types, including sensitive and permeable skin.
Multi functional use, as a moisturiser just massage in, for cleansing, wipe skin using a small amount on a reusable cotton pad.

INGREDIENTS: Aqua (Water) (*Safflower) Seed Oil Carthamus tinctorius (**Poppy) Seed Oil Oleum Papaveris Seminis (*Rose) HIp Seed OIl Rosa Rubiginosa (**Blackcurrant) Seed Oil Ribes Nigrum (Red Raspberry) Seed OIl Rubus Idaeus (**Elderberry) Sambucus N (*Sunflower) Seed oil Helianthus Annuus,C14-22 Alkyl Alcohol, (Aloe Vera) Extract Aloe Barbadensis Cetearyl Alcohol Glycerol Stearate, Vegetable Glycerin Tocopherol C12-20 (Alkyl Glycoside) Dodecanoic Acid Vegan Hyaluronic acid, Benzyl Alcohol, Salicylic Acid Glycerin, Sorbic Acid. Lonicera Caprifolium Absolute Flower Extract *Organic ** English Grown.

Tahitian Monoi Flower Balm

100% PLANT BASED, VEGAN & CRUELTY FREE
A Tahitian Balm formula to moisture and soften skin.
With Shea Butter, Coconut Oil and Gardenia.
Made with certified organic ingredients and premium English fruit oils.
Suits most skin types including sensitive and dry skin.
Only a tiny amount is needed, spreads well absorbing easily into the skin.

INGREDIENTS: **Borago Officinalis (Borage) Seed Oil ** Sambucus Nigra (Elderberry) Seed Oil Rubus Idaeus (Raspberry) Seed Oil ** Ribes Nigrum (Black Currant) Seed Oil * Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter *Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil ***Myrica Cerifera Fruit Wax Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Wax Tocopherol (Vitamin E) Gardenia Grandiflora flower extract.* Organic ** Sustainable biodiverse bee friendly *** Natural extract sustainable.

Have You tried? What are your thoughts on the products? I want to know 💕

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Green Life In Dublin - green beauty & eco lifestyle blog
Green Life In Dublin – green beauty & eco lifestyle blog