Fair squared are a health and beauty brand that are fairtrade and vegan. They have a wide variety of natural products and I wanted to share with you my thoughts on a few of them.
I love the shaving range they do, as not only can they be used on your legs or underarms, they are also delicate enough to use on your intimate areas. Shaving can make you sore anywhere on your body, but especially certain areas. Both products are designs with this in mind and are so gentle to your skin.
Apricot shaving oil – I had never used an shaving oil before, I usually use a foam or more recently I tried a balm. This is a total game changer though! It basically moisturizes your skin as you shave and really helps to prevent ingrown hairs/razor burn. It leaves your skin feeling soft and you can get a really close shave.
Apricot after shaving balm – I never really thought about applying a balm after shaving, but it makes sense. If you irritate your skin, you then want to put something on to help soothe it. Teamed with the shaving oil, it leaves you super soft and smooth and it doesn’t feel sore at all. It is actually quite important to moisturise after you shave, anywhere on your body but you do need to be careful what you put on certain areas, so this is great.
I also tried the Lime range, which leaves you feeling soft, clean and refreshed, as well as smelling fab.
Lime shower gel – You only needed a small amount and it went a long way. It smelt great and left you refreshed and feeling clean. The bottle looks like it will last for ages.
Lime body lotion – This was great to use on my more dry areas after a bath/shower, like my elbows, knees and my feet. It soaked in really well and really compliments the shower gel. I like using a moisturiser from the same range to keep that scent 🙂
A bit about the brand taken from their website”FAIR SQUARED takes fairness to be a two dimensional concept: high quality products and a transparent production process. FAIR SQUARED means that we pay a Fair Trade premium for ingredients we source in countries of the so called ‘developing world’ so that producers, plantation workers and small scale farmers and their families can improve their living and working conditions. FAIR SQUARED aims to deal fairly with everyone involved in the production of our products – humane working conditions, environmental and economic sustainability, no child labour and no animal testing.”
If you want to find out more please visit them online : www.fairsquared.infoSarah x