Beauty,  Review

Human+kind: moisturising facial cream

Human + kind is vegan, cruelty-free, and a natural skincare brand that thanks to goodiebox I got to know. I love this brand and their packings and products always make me happy. I already wrote a review about their amazing body soufflé. And this time I’m going to tell you everything about their moisturizing facial cream. It’s a very promising cream that also got described as a wonder cream and this one is perfect for daily use in the morning and or evening.

The moisturizing facial cream contains hydrates and calming ingredients like biological aloe vera, shea butter, cacao butter, and sweet almond. This combination must do wonders for scars, striae, and irritated skin. This cream is perfect for all skin types and for daily use. It’s a 2 in 1 cream that you can use in the morning and or evening.

First of all, I really love the packing from this product! It’s a packing that makes me instantly happy. I tried out this cream as a day and night cream. And for my skin type and wishes, I have a combined but dehydrated skin, worked this cream the best as a night cream. As day cream was this one a bit too moisturizing. But if that’s what your skin needs or if you have dry skin, then, would this one be perfect as a day cream.

This cream feels very light and absorbs good and quick into the skin. I found the smell of it very strong. As a night cream worked this cream so good for my skin. It takes good care of my skin and hydrates it. Sometimes I have some dry spots on my face and I noticed that this cream helped with that. My skin felt and looked good. I find it a lovely cream that does what it promises! And the best part… this one is vegan! The tube contains 75ml and you can do a long time with it. And depending on your skin type and needs you can use this cream as a day and or night cream.

Price & availability: human+ kind moisturizing facial cream cost €27,50 for 75ml. Human + kind is available online on their site and,…

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