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Review of Inclusev

Today’s blog is a review of Inclusev, an incredible women-owned waterless beauty brand based in the UK! I have been lucky enough to try out their products available on their website and I am so excited to share with you how I have found using them. 

How does waterless beauty work?

Inclusev waterless cruelty free beauty products are formed of 100% active ingredients in a powder. They only use organic and vegan ingredients, to ensure they create premium planet friendly skincare for their customers! The products are powder to lather, meaning you must add water in order to use them. However, they are really easy to use as you simply mix water with the waterless cosmetics to activate them and then apply the product to your skin or hair! Inclusev even share videos detailing the step by step process on how to use the products on their website, if you are still unsure. 

Why should I make the switch to Inclusev’s products? 

I personally really like that these products are waterless, as this is helping transform the beauty industry into a more sustainable one! These innovative cosmetics help reduce waste since they use 100% active ingredients, whereas traditional liquid skincare and beauty products are 80% water and 20% active ingredients. Using powder based products is also less messy than liquid ones, which can spill and so I have found them so easy to use! 

I have also found that very little water is required for the products to be used effectively, which is brilliant and this is simply because the powders themselves are already very potent, since they are made from 100% ingredients. I have been using the hand wash almost every day for the past week and the bottle looks barely used! According to the Inclusev website, this specific product should last over 180 washes, which means it will last a lot longer than conventional beauty cosmetics! 

What I love most about these products is that Inclusev is a credible eco-friendly beauty brand and uses only 100% natural ingredients, meaning you know exactly what is going on your skin. This is especially reassuring for people with allergies or skin conditions, and as someone with sensitive skin, I am very cautious about the products I use. I have been pleasantly surprised by the Inclusev face wash and body wash though, as both have been excellent and have left my skin silky smooth and nourished. I would put this down to the ethics of the brand, as not only are the ingredients natural, but Inclusev do not use dyes or harsh chemicals in their products, like most beauty brands. These products are also sulphate free and fragrance free, as well as preservative free, so your skin and hair is safe from any irritation! 

How else is Inclusev sustainable? 

Inclusev create eco friendly beauty products through their selection of natural ingredients, but they also ensure their packaging is eco conscious too! All Inclusev’s packaging is sustainable and their products are packaged in biopolymer bottles, which resemble plastic visually, but are actually biodegradable! Inclusev’s products are also handmade in the UK, meaning you reduce your personal carbon footprint and air miles if you live in Britain and make a purchase from them.  

In conclusion: 

Inclusev organic and vegan cosmetics are revolutionary! If you are still using liquid shampoo in plastic containers, it is not too late to make the switch to sustainable now and try out this eco swap. Not only are Inclusev’s genderless eco beauty products good for you and the planet, but they are also cost-effective and will save you money in the long term. 

If you would like to check out Inclusev’s products, you can here. 

Thank you for reading this blog! 

Hope you had a great holiday season. 

Beth

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