Vegan Friendly White Rabbit Skincare

15 Oct 2015

Vegan friendly White Rabbit Skincare Orange & Aloe Toner
I was first introduced to White Rabbit Skincare when one of their products featured in my favourite monthly lifestyle subscription box, The Vegan Kind. Falling head over heels in love with the product featured, White Rabbit Skincare soon became a brand I was really intrigued by. A brand which has been created with a passion for natural products, the environment and animal welfare, White Rabbit Skincare features a beautiful range of natural, vegan friendly products which are hand made in small batches to ensure their freshness and high quality. If you're on the lookout for ethical skincare products which are planet and animal friendly, then White Rabbit Skincare is definitely a brand to add to your to-try list.

I'm a sucker for a good toner and I've really been enjoying the Orange & Aloe Toner (£5, 100ml) which I've been using as one of my morning toners. Working to refresh skin whilst rejuvenating skin and encouraging circulation, it features Orange Blossom Water, Spring Water, Aloe Vera, Glycerine, Sodium Benzoate, Potassium Sorbate and Orange Essential Oil. It's wonderful as a morning toner as it has a lovely refreshing zesty scent which is a great way to wake up in the mornings, refreshing skin and making me feel revived. I find it spritzes fairly nicely, whilst being especially nice if left in the fridge overnight which makes it particularly cooling when applied.

Vegan friendly White Rabbit Skincare Chamomile & Carrot Seed Eye Cream

The Chamomile & Carrot Seed Eye Cream (£10, 15ml) is the product which started my love affair with White Rabbit Skincare and is the product I think everyone needs in their skincare routine. Not only is it an impressive budget-friendly eye cream which effectively benefits my skin, but it easily compares with all my high-end favourites and has even replaced my long-time favourite night time eye cream. It's amazing and one of the best products I have come across where skincare is concerned. The key ingredients are Rosehip Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, Vitamin M, Chamomile Essential Oil and Carrot Seed Essential Oil, alongside Emulsifying Wax, Sodium Benzoate and Potassium Sorbate, a little pot of antioxidant and Vitamin rich goodness. 

Thicker in consistency than many eye creams I've used, and so one I specifically use at night time, it feels really lovely when gently patted onto the delicate skin around my eyes. From very first use I saw an instantaneous benefit to my skin, which was left hydrated and softer, plumper to the touch. Continued use has seen a dramatic difference in the skin around my eyes which looks and feels more youthful and I also find my concealers and correctors crease far less often now than they used to, because the delicate skin around my eyes is in such amazing condition. It also works to reduce under eye-circles and puffiness, repair damaged skin and help minimise the signs of ageing. I adore this little pot of magic and would recommend it to absolutely anymore, it's wonderful. 

Vegan friendly White Rabbit Skincare Rose & Frankincense Day Cream

I mentioned on Twitter a while back that during my pregnancy one thing I have struggled with is dehydrated skin. It's something I've had to tailor both my morning and evening skincare around to battle and keep my skin hydrated and happy, with the Rose & Frankincense Day Cream (£10, 100ml) being the latest addition to my morning routine which has been absolutely lovely. Best suited to dry or mature skin types it uses a hard-working formula to soften, hydrate and rejuvenate skin. There's Vitamin E Oil, Avocado and Evening Primrose Oil, Rose Water, Emulsifying Wax, Sodium Benzoate and Potassium Sorbate, Frankincense Essential Oil and Rose Oil, packing this day cream full of loveliness. It has a very subtle scent and the perfect consistency which sinks into skin with ease whilst leaving skin feeling pampered. I find this works well as a moisturiser on makeup free days, but also works well on those days I decide to pop some makeup on and helps to prevent my makeup looking cakey by reviving my dehydrated skin.

Vegan friendly White Rabbit Skincare Chocolate Orange Lip Balm

Last but not least and my latest product obsession - a product I cannot stop using day and night -, I am completely besotted with the Chocolate Orange Lip Balm (£4, 15ml). I have been pretty poorly for a week now with a cold that is refusing to budge which has had a really negative effect on my lips. No matter how much water I drink and how hydrated I stay, my lips have suffered with dryness, cracking and bleeding. This lip balm is the one and only thing which has worked to soothe them and nurse them back to health! There's Shea Butter, Cocoa Butter, Sweet Almond Oil, Castor Oil, Wheatgerm Oil, Orange Essential Oil, Olive Wax and Chocolate Fragrance Oil, all working together to soften, hydrate and pamper lips. The scent is subtle, but delicious all the same and definitely helps in making this a pretty addictive product. I tried every lip balm in my stash to soothe and repair my lips, and this is honestly the only one which was beneficial on a long-term basis. I am amazed, not only at the way it helped my lips but how it beat even my most expensive of balms at looking after my sore and dry lips. Obsessed!

I'll always love my high-end skincare brands, but White Rabbit Skincare has turned out to be an affordable alternative for a lot of products in my routine, free of unnecessary, harsh ingredients. I've found all of the products I've tried from White Rabbit Skincare to be very, very effective and my skin has gotten on really well with all of them. I don't think I could be without the eye cream now and I can't get enough of the lip balm. I'd definitely recommend checking out White Rabbit Skincare if you're looking to shake up your skincare routine, a brand that has made it onto my 'favourite brands' list for sure.

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