Sunday, 14 May 2017

Green People Scent-Free Beauty for Sensitive Skin*

A few weeks back I was contacted by the lovely folks at Green People, who thought that their Scent-Free range* might work well for my sensitive, eczema-prone skin. They very kindly sent me over a couple of products to trial, so I've been using these in my routine for around three weeks now.
Green People Scent-Free Products
"Sensitive skin can be caused by an imbalance in your skin's sebum and moisture production. Your skin needs products that restore and strengthen the skin barrier to protect and soothe, providing moisture and reducing irritation. Our neutral products are free from any essential oils and drying alcohol. This silky smooth, deeply hydrating range contains a skin-matched complex of phyto actives to balance and calm. Ideal for sensitive skin and suitable for people with eczema and psoriasis."
Green People Scent Free Shampoo
The Green People Scent-Free Shampoo* has a jelly-like texture and, whilst I was expecting it to be colourless, it's actually a kind of yellowy-brown colour. I've found it's pretty easy to work through my hair and it lathers really well, especially for an SLS-free product. My hair is left feeling thoroughly clean, although I do find I need to follow it with a good conditioner. I've not had any flare-ups of my eczema whilst using the shampoo so I'd definitely agree that it's friendly for sensitive skins.
Green People Scent Free Hand & Body Lotion
The Green People Scent-Free Hand & Body Lotion*, meanwhile, comes in a handy pump bottle which I love, and the lotion itself is white in colour with a fairly runny consistency. It's easy to massage into the skin and sinks in quickly, leaving my skin feeling soothed and hydrated but without any sticky or greasy residue. Again, I've not had any eczema flare-ups whilst using the body lotion, and have found it works well to soothe any dryness or itchiness I may be suffering - particularly after shaving my legs!

The Scent-Free Hand & Body Lotion is priced at £18 for 150ml, whilst the Scent-Free Shampoo is £12.50 for 200ml, and is also available in a travel-friendly 30ml tube for £4; there are quite a few products in the Scent-Free range, so I'd suggest having a browse if you're interested! These products are a little more than I'd usually pay for shampoo or body lotion, however they have lived up to their claims of being suitable for sensitive skins, and I've found a little goes a long way with each of them, so if you struggle to find products which don't irritate your skin I'd say they're worth a shot! Have you ever tried any products from Green People?
Green People Scent-Free Range
xo
[*Products provided for consideration. Post contains affiliate links.]
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8 comments:

  1. This is great to know about. My daughter has really sensitive skin so will check it out for sure!

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  2. I have sensitive skins sometimes so these sound like great products x

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  3. I have really sensitive skin so this products sounds perfect for it, I will check it out.

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  4. I love the sound of these products. My children are both sensitive to so many products, so these sound great for them.

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  5. I've not heard of this brand before, but good to know they make products for those with sensitive skin x

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  6. Great to know that it hasn't irritated your eczema, this is something I need to be really careful with myself.

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  7. This is really interesting! I've never actually had a problem with shampoo or conditioner, even though my eczema is pretty bad. But I love the sound of the body lotion!

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  8. I tried Green People products a few years ago and loved how friendly they were to my skin!

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