I’ve been using Sukin products, on and off, for a few years. At the moment I have three products from them, so it was the perfect time to take a picture and chat about them.
Sukin is an Australian brand that is vegan, cruelty-free, carbon neutral, and has recyclable packaging. In the picture below there are three products: Foaming Facial Cleanser, Hydrating Shampoo, and Colour Care Conditioner. In the past I used other shampoos from them and the cleanser too.
Foaming Facial Cleanser – is a non-drying gel cleanser. It has a lovely subtle smell and it works nicely. I use only a very small amount. It feels much kinder to the skin than general soap. I use a harsher cleanser or a face mask once or twice a week, so having some more gentle for regular use is really good. On top of that the foam is very nice too.
My hair is picky when it comes to shampoo. I can’t use the same shampoo for a long period of time. Now I’m using Sukin, Faith in Nature, and the Body Shop (the strawberry one is great). I usually use a couple of bottles from the same brand, then switch to another one, and so on. While for me the Body Shop works best, I need to switch it to the other two brands. This is why I regularly buy Sukin, in different sizes. This one is 1l, the equivalent of 2-3 bottles of the other two brands I’m using at the moment.
On their website the Hydrating Shampoo is currently out of stock. If it will get discontinued, I will buy something else from them.
I always use conditioner or a hair mask after washing my hair. Sukin Colour Care Conditioner is one of them, with a Faith in Nature or the Body Shop hair mask. I am happy with their conditioner, it leave my hair looking healthy and easier to brush. I use hair oil, but not after every time I’m washing my hair.
Sukin also have body wash, scrub, and lotions, and lots of skincare items. I used a toner in the past and it was very good.
The ingredients they use are almost 99% natural. It is a relatively new brand, as it was launched in 2007. They sell in China via direct-to-consumer e-commerce route, meaning that they can bypass the requirement to test their products on animals that apply in other kind of Chinese shops. BWX is the parent company that owns and operates Sukin. It is a company with only 6 brands, all with environment and sustainability at the core of their business.