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Brand Focus - People For Plants

15 May 2015
After being introduced to People For Plants in a Priceline Goody Bag I quickly became a fan of the brand.

People For Plants is an Australian owned company that strive for greatness, using certified organic ingredients and printing the percentage of organic ingredients used right there on the front of each of their products. The ACO logo is not easy to obtain, it comes by meeting strict guidelines and isn't just about using organic ingredients to a certain percentage but also includes being cruelty free among other environmentally responsible standards.

I'm not going to write an essay about the companies ethos, instead I will direct you to their About Us page and recommend that you have a read of that.

Mist Toner

The People For Plants Mist Toner promises to hydrate, brighten and energise all skin types. Straight off the bat we have a hydrating and soothing ingredient with Aloe juice followed by Glycerin which is brilliant for maintaining hydration over long periods. Natures best astringent, Witch Hazel (leaf extract, not bark), will help with breakouts but also packs an anti-oxidant punch and Burdock provides anti-inflammatory properties and a little extra anti-oxidants in case you missed the first lashing while Kakadu Plum delivers high doses of vitamin C & E which will help pigmentation and skin texture.

Damask Rose Oil is the sent you'll get when using this toner and not only is it beneficial for the skin in many ways it is also believed to be very therapeutic and is used by aromatherapists for emotional problems. I will often spritz this on my face in the morning when I wake up on the wrong side of the bed or use it as a makeup refresher when I'm having a stressful day.

This is a gorgeous toner that works and you're especially going to love it if you have dry or sensitive skin, if you're oily, don't fear this hydrating toner though, it contains fantastic ingredients that will do nothing but give your skin a fantastic start to the day by being hydrated properly, which can lead to a decrease in oil production.

Night Cream

I had a tough start with this night cream, I thought my tube was faulty because I couldn't get product out, turns out I just needed to exercise a little patience with the pump and allow it to pull the product up.

What we have here is a really nice rich night cream, if you're dry you're going to love this and if you're oily or anywhere in between you're also going to be able to use this because this night cream doesn't discriminate. While it is quite thick the results are worth it, without fail I wake up with such soft, plump skin that feels like it received something it was desperately looking for overnight.

It uses Burdock, Pomegranate and Shea so you have anti-oxidants and awesome hydration, which work to prep your skin while you sleep for the day ahead, this is easily one of my favourite night creams that is affordable and easy to find.

I also love that this cream isn't heavily scented, it smells natural but not herbal. Highly recommend.

Cleanser & Makeup Remover

The cleanser has a nice thick consistency but it really doesn't do a great job of removing makeup, I find it leaves a heavy residue on the skin but I'm a double cleanse devotee so that doesn't bother me all that much, although if you like to double cleanse with your cream cleanser you might not be such a fan.

I think my biggest issue with this cleanser is that it doesn't break down heavy duty makeup well, even though I know cream cleansers sometimes need a little time to break down waterproof products and often require you to work trouble areas I still don't get what I would consider satisfactory results with this particular cleanser, I often find myself in front of the mirror after doing my cleansing routine with a bottle of Bioderma in one hand and a cotton tip in the other, gently working away the remnants of my eye makeup.

I wouldn't repurchase this one but if you don't use waterproof or long lasting products this product could very well suit you.

Have you tried People For Plants? If so let me know your thoughts!

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2 comments on "Brand Focus - People For Plants"
  1. I've tried some PFP products in the past (the toner mentioned above, the argan pomegranate & milk thistle oil, one of the body creams + their hemp hand cream) & I've found the brand to be hit & miss. Didn't like the body cream (it left a strange residue), wasn't fussed on the toner either (I think it irritated my skin a little), the face oil was ok but face oils are a dime a dozen these days & I've since moved on from that one. The hemp hand cream is not too bad (I have a tube in my handbag), but I'm considering moving on from that too just because I want to try something different; plus if I put too much on my hands it takes a ridiculous amount of time to work into my skin. My fault though, but still...that said, I do like their ethos & I'm all for using natural beauty products where possible.

    1. Yes, I think their ethos brings me back to the brand quite often too, I really am a fan of what they stand for but I'll never touch that bloody creamy cleanser again, hated it! hahaha