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I have slowly been adopting more sustainable and cruelty-free products into my everyday routine in a bid to be kinder to my skin and the environment. During this process I discovered the company Tropic, who sustainably source their natural ingredients, offer refill options for a number of their items and pride themselves on being 100% cruelty-free. The company sells make-up, skincare and body products as well as recently introducing a couple of items designed for men. On a personal level, their products are really simple to use, so easily fit into my everyday routine. In turn, I am more likely to use these items in my busy morning skincare routine, which follows as such.
Before I start my skincare routine, I wash my hands to make sure I’m not putting any dirt onto my face or into my open pores. Then I use the Tropic Smoothing Cleanser, applying 2 pumps of the product to my dry face. I then use their bamboo cloth, which I run under some warm water, to remove the product before drying my face with a clean towel.
Then, I use a reusable cotton pad to apply my toner, of which I currently use Liz Earle’s Instant Boost Tonic. The next step is moisturizer of which I am back to using Tropic with their Skin Feast nourishing cream concentrate, which I apply to my face and all the way down my neck. Personally, I like to use a fair amount of the moisturizer, often opting for 3 pumps to make my skin soft and dewy.
Lastly, if I have any breakouts, I apply a thin layer of the Murad’s Blemish Spot Treatment to help clear them up.
This whole routine is really easy and only takes around 5 minutes. The Tropic products fit into this well and are a great company for anyone trying to include eco-friendly products into their everyday lives.
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Rebecca is currently studying History at the University of Birmingham, United Kingdom. Rebecca’s main interests are photography, dance and the arts in general. Rebecca enjoys her studies with a particular passion for social and cultural history.