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Sukin – Shampoo & Conditioner Review

When I started following a vegan diet I knew veganism wasn’t just about the food we eat, although it is a massive factor, veganism can also be approached as a lifestyle.

I have been slowly moving towards a cruelty free lifestyle, starting by being more conscious about the brands I buy from.

Today I will be sharing with you some of my thoughts on the Australian brand Sukin. Their tagline is simple and goes straight to the point:

“Skincare that doesn’t cost the earth”

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The goal of Sukin is to be as sustainable as possible, this involves:

✓ being carbon neutral

✓ recyclable packaging

✓ no harsh detergents, propylene glycol, sulphates, etc.

✓ biodegradable – meaning that the  products won’t damage/contamination of rivers, animals and plants once down the drain. Scrubs are free from micro plastic beads.

✓ 100% vegan – NO animal cruelty, NO animal derivatives and by-products.

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Although they are a skincare brand, they also do hair products including shampoos, conditioners and hair treatments. I have been using their Moisture Restoring Shampo & Protein Conditioner  for about 2/3 months now and I couldn’t be happier.

These were the first plant-based hair products I’ve used so I didn’t know what to expect. First thing I immediately noticed is how clean my hair felt. My hair feel extremely clean as soon as I rinse the shampoo off – even has that really clean feel and texture, I am sure you babes know what I am talking about.

As the shampoo does not have any sulfates and other detergents, it does not make as much foam as a normal supermarket shampo, however, don’t let that fool you, it is still giving your hair a very good wash! But I do need to mention that you definitely need to apply the conditioner after using the shampo in order to leave your hair smooth and shiny.

As I mentioned above, I’ve been using these for months and I am only half way through the shampoo bottle (a bit less on the conditioner). Therefore although the prices might be a little bit more than your average supermarket products, they last a really long time plus are much better for us and the planet.

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I am definitely a massive fan of this brand and I can not wait to try more of their products. Check out their website for more info & products –

Thank you so much for reading, leave in the comments cruelty free brands you think I should try. Lots of looooving,

Ines x


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  1. Pingback: Sukin – Cleanser & Moisturiser Review | Bright Mornings

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