I don’t too often get my head turned by eco or organic skin care, but this range from the US is gorgeously packaged, and I rather like their philosophy. They say,
“All of Sprouts ingredients are either certified organic, Fair Trade, or sourced from small, family farms. They’re committed to creating the most effective products in the most responsible way. That doesn’t just mean we cut out crazy synthetic chemicals; it also means we leave out trendy, exotic botanicals, and luxury fillers. Instead, we use the fewest possible ingredients for effective skincare.”
Sprout’s core belief is that less does more and to be honest, they’re probably right. If you remove a lot of the pointless filler stuff, you limit the chance of allergies so this looks like a good range for anyone with sensitive skin. Paring everything right back is the way to go also in terms of wastage.
The range launches on CUTECOSMETICS in mid-July and has also been snapped up by Anthropologie.com, a sure sign that it’s got credentials.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
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