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Faith In Nature for Men

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I was sent a couple of products from Faith In Nature, a company in the UK, who specialises in beauty products that are made from all natural products. All their products are made in the UK, which I rate really highly as they support local communities, as well as keeping the impact that they make on the environment to a minimum. They use a multitude of different ingredients in their products and they have a rad page on their site explaining the benefits of each of these.

The first product that I want to talk about is the Faith In Nature for men – Blue Cedar Shower gel. As far as shower gels go, this one is pretty top draw – containing Vitamin E, made from organic ingredients, cruelty free, ethical consumer best buy, and Vegan! I have absolutely loved using this every morning, it has a really refreshing, fresh, luxurious aroma that sets you right up for the day. It’s a “blend of the aromas of blue cedar and Swedish mountain herbs and trees”, so when I say it smells like nature, it really does. The only down side to this product, in my opinion, would be the consistency of it. Previous shower gels that I have used do have a ‘gel’ texture to them, however the Blue Cedar shower gel has quite a runny, liquid texture to it. This really shouldn’t put you off though, I highly rate it and am definitely going to stock up!

I was also sent some handmade Ginger & Lime soap, again from the Faith In Nature for men range. Now, I’m a big fan of flavoured soaps and nice smelling body products, and this soap really doesn’t disappoint. I really like the punchiness of the Ginger, and the subtlety of the Lime. This soap, similar to the shower gel, contains Vitamin E, and also contains organic green tea, along with being made from organic ingredients, cruelty free, ethical consumer best buy, and Vegan.

I can’t really knock the Faith In Nature products, and would definitely recommend checking them out!

(These products were sent to me by Faith In Nature)

Tom x

[All photos were taken on my iPhone 5 or my Canon EOS 450D, and edited with VSCOcam, After Light, and PS]