I absolutely love discovering new brands who pride themselves on creating products that are ethical in both their formulations and approach to wellness and skincare.
Holistic Kitchen are a brand dedicated to providing a holistic experience with each of their products, from skincare and pregnancy care to carefully selected aromatherapy blends, the whole range promotes an overall sense of wellbeing and mood boosting benefits. Each product in the range is created from 100% plant based ingredients and are both cruelty free and vegan friendly. Every formulation is handcrafted in small batches to ensure quality and freshness, so you always receive the product at it’s very best.
I’ve tried a few products from their extensive range and have been incredibly impressed by their performance so far. One of my favourites has to be the Succulent Face Toner, a facial mist designed to hydrate, soothe and refresh the skin in both your daily skincare routine and as and when your skin needs it.
I was incredibly excited about trying Holistic Kitchen’s Succulent Face Toner as it is the epitome of everything I look for when it comes to a mist within my beauty routine. Holistic Kitchen goes beyond formulating a simple facial mist with their Succulent Face Toner, as it not only combines floral waters and essential oils, but it also contains additional skin loving ingredients including glycerin, willow bark and vitamin e that really boosts its hydrating properties. The toner is a combination of floral waters including chamomile, rose and lavender, alongside an essential oil blend of neroli, lavender and geranium, which gives the mist a beautiful floral aroma that smells like a summer’s day. The scent is perfectly balanced, refreshing and remains on the skin after use to provide a real treat for the senses. Yet it is in its performance on the skin that Holistic Kitchen’s Succulent Face Toner really shines as it delivers on its promise to hydrate, refresh and soothe even the most sensitive skin . My skin has been quite irritated recently thanks to the changeable weather and allergy season that has certainly taken its toll but this has really been a skincare saviour. It has elevated my skincare routine to the next level, pushing my existing chamomile water to the side to showcase the very best of floral hydrosols and essential oils within your beauty rituals.
If you are looking for a new facial mist then Holistic Kitchen’s Succulent Face Toner should certainly be top of your list. Thanks to the hydrating formulation, it really showcases the heart and soul that goes into each product from the brand. It is a product that is sure to transform your skincare routine for the better and really showcase the very best of British indie beauty.
To find out more about the brand and their range of products, then head over to their website where you can also find my guest post on their blog highlighting the benefits of Lavender.
Have you tried any products from Holistic Kitchen yet? Let me know in the comments below.
Emma @ Beauty Folio x
*Disclaimer: This product was sent to me free of charge by Holistic Kitchen. This has not influenced my thoughts and opinions in this review as everything on Beauty Folio remains #triedandtested with honest feedback on each product. I will never give a positive review on a product I don’t believe in just because it has been #gifted, and each product i’ve received free of charge will be labelled as such.