Recently I mentioned wanting to support more independent businesses, and White Rabbit Skincare are definitely a brand I had in mind. All their products are natural, vegan and handmade in Scotland. Just this month they've had a rebrand with a new look and new products in recyclable packaging.
The two products above are from a little while ago and no longer available - shame on me for not reviewing them sooner! As alternatives for when these two run out, I'm looking at the Chamomile and Carrot Seed Eye Cream and the Orange Blossom and Aloe Vera Toner. Not to mention the Rosehip and Camellia Day Cream and Comfort Cleansing Balm might also find their way into my basket!
Toning Eye Cream
This eye cream features the same essential oils, chamomile and carrot seed, as the new product so I'm hoping the formula is similar. Because despite being quite thick in consistency, this moisturiser absorbs really easily around the eye area. The natural ingredients don't bother my sensitive eyes in the slightest, something I'm always hesitant about when trying new products. Before using it, I hadn't even realised that the skin around my eyes was a little dry and had been blaming my concealer for clumping up. In a few short months, it's really helped to hydrate and smooth the skin around my eyes, so now applying concealer is a breeze. I'll certainly be hanging on to this when Autumn arrives!
It's been years since I've used a toner - they fell out of my skincare routine and were never replaced until now. I use this one after cleansing my face in the evenings and it helps my pores look a teensy bit less noticeable the next day. I was really surprised by how little product you need - two dabs on a cotton pad covers my face and neck easily. A mix of frankincense water and natural essential oils, it feels so soothing on my skin and I just love the scent. Drifting off to sleep, I'm happy in the knowledge that my skin is completely clean and I'll have a fresh face to wake up with in the morning.
Have you tried anything from White Rabbit Skincare? What are your favourite skincare products right now?