Last week, I received a box full of Faith in Nature’s shampoos, conditioners, cleansers, body polishes and moisturisers. It was as if Christmas had come early! I’m always delighted to review vegan, cruelty-free and natural products for Not To Die For.

Daily Skincare Routine

Over the past two weeks, I’ve been using Faith in Nature‘s products from my head right down to my toes.

My hair has never felt so fresh and manageable. My skin is noticeably softer and blemish-free. Better still, I haven’t experienced eczema flare-ups that my skin is so often susceptible to.

Faith in Nature’s body and face polish, moisturisers, shampoo and conditioners currently make up my daily skincare routine.

Here’s how I’m getting along with them so far …

Exfoliating Face and Body Polish, £6.25

I’ve never discovered a body polish that’s gentle enough to double up as a face wash. My allergy-prone skin reacts badly to most products, even if labelled ‘hypoallergenic’. So, I was worried about how my sensitive skin might react to an exfoliating body product.

I’ve been using the Hypoallergenic and Paraben Free Organic Calendula Face and Body Polish, every morning and night.  It smells fresh and sweet but without the ‘synthetic’ scent you get from products pumped with chemicals and unnatural ingredients.

The exfoliating blackcurrant extracts are so effective, they remove every scrap of makeup. While the Calendula works to soothe your skin leaving it feeling clean, fresh and really soft.

Replenishing Moisturiser Face Cream, £6.39

After cleansing, I’ve been using the Hypoallergenic and Paraben Free Replenishing Moisturising Cream, enriched with Organic Green Tea.

To find a product that’s cruelty-free, vegan, and slows down the effects of ageing is always going to be a winner in my books! It’s no surprise that I’m loving this moisturiser so much. It sinks into your skin beautifully without feeling greasy. The scent of the Green Tea extract makes you feel instantly awake. My skin stays moisturised all day. It’s also a great base for applying makeup.

Coconut Body Lotion, £6.25
After showering, I’ve been applying the Hypoallergenic and Paraben Free Coconut Body Lotion.  The exotic coconut scent is reminiscent of faraway tropical islands. This moisturiser has a rich and luxurious feel and works in perfect harmony with my sensitive skin. It reduces and soothes dryness, leaving skin soft and supple all day.

Watermelon Shampoo and Conditioner, both £5.50

Having normal to greasy hair, I tend to wash it 3 times a week. Many shampoos and conditioners leave my roots flat and my ends dry. There are approx 12 half-empty hair care bottles in the bathroom cupboard that I’ve tried, tested and stored away for ‘emergencies’.

Faith In Nature’s Watermelon Shampoo and Conditioner are the best selling products. It’s easy to see why. They offer the perfect balance of cleansing and conditioning.  While the shampoo cleanses, the conditioner moisturises dry ends without leaving my roots flat.  The juicy, organic watermelon extract smells good enough to drink. While the Vitamin E leaves my hair healthy, manageable, soft and super clean.

The Verdict

I genuinely love Faith In Nature’s products. They suit my temperamental skin down to a T.  They’re also affordable and great value for money.

Their brand ethics; made in Britain, cruelty-free, vegan and ethically sourced organic ingredients are admirable.

Watch Founder Rivka Rose’s inspiring ‘From Avocado Seed to Global Brand’ story here:

If you haven’t tried Faith In Nature yet I highly recommend you give them a go.

You can purchase directly from the website or from various stockists across the UK. Enter your postcode in the website’s footer to find your nearest store.

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I’ll be sampling their new Coconut & Frangipani Moisture Boost Shampoo next. Keep an eye out for another No To Die For product review coming soon!