Marks & Spencer launch new affordable vegan cruelty-free skincare line
Marks & Spencer aren't just rolling out new vegan food products this month.
The high street giant has also unveiled a new and affordable vegan cruelty-free skincare line too.
The new Pure collection of beauty products are now available in stores and online at marksandspencer.com, and come off the back of increased consumer demand for major retailers to provide more ethical and eco-friendly products.
The 18 product range features an array of items including face serums, hot cloth cleanser, eye cream and toner, with all the formulas made up of at least 95% of naturally derived ingredients that are free from artificial colours and fragrance.
But one of the best parts of the collection is that the price of the items won't break the bank.
Items are priced between a wallet-friendly £7 and £18, with the priciest items being the serums and oil treatments.
Take a look at some of our top picks from the range below:
Super Hydrate Day Cream SPF 15, 50ml – £16
This day cream boasts sun protection and long lasting hydration. The lightweight formula means it won't feel cakey or greasy on skin either. Buy now here.
Natural Radiance Serum, 30ml – £18
The silky serum is made up of highly potent resveratrol, which comes from the waste grape pulp from an M&S wine supplier. The special ingredient is mixed with echinacea and peptides to help defend delicate skin against free radicals. Buy here now.
Ultimate Cleanse Micellar Cleansing Oil, 200ml – £10
If you're a fan of double cleansing this one might be for you. The oil formula will instantly lift dirt, make up and grease from your face and is a great first cleanse at the end of the day or an effective cleanse when you first wake up. Buy here now.
Ultimate Cleanse Glycolic Toner, 250ml – £10
The Glycolic acid ingredient help to lift dead skin cells from your face as a gentler exfoliator than psychical scrubs. Regular use can help brighten skin and improve texture. Buy here now.
Like The Ordinary and Boots Ingredients cruelty-free ranges, the popular retailer is offering a complete no-frills, vegan skincare range that is accessible and suitable for a wide range of customer to enjoy.
Commenting about the range on the website, M&S deputy fashion and beauty editor, Dulcie Emerson, said "Made in the UK (for fewer air miles), using ethically and sustainably sourced ingredients and easy-to-recycle packaging, the collection has recently received a makeover to galvanise its shelfie-worthy status. But it doesn’t just look good: the formulations pack a punch too."
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