Collective Wellbeing Review

Collective Wellbeing

Collective Wellbeing provides a number of different skincare, hair care, and other body care products. They only however provide one acne treatment product in that whole mix. They do however recommend that you combine it with some of their other moisturizers, one specifically using SPF and one specifically for night use. But they don’t really have any promising ingredients. They focus on echinacea, because you might not actually know what it is. But it has nothing to do with skin cleansing or acne treatment.

Collective Wellbeing ingredients include Purified water, certified organic honey, hydroxypropyl starch phosphate, PEG-12 dimethicone, PEG-40 hydrogenated ridnus communis seed oil, decyl glucoside, certified organic rosa canina, glycerin, ammonium acryloyldimethyltaurate/VP copolymer, certified organic aloe vera, certified organic tilla cordata flower extract, citrus aurantium dulcis, certified organic helianthus annus, certified organic extracts of echinacea angustifolia, juniperus communis fruit, cymbopogon schoenathus, microcystis pyiferia, rubus idaeus, rosmarinus officinalis, salvia officinalis, methyl gluceth-20, gluconolactone, PPG-3 benzoyl ether myristate, aminomethylpropanol, xantahn gum, sodium benzoate, dehydroacetic acid, and a blend of pure essential oils including lavendula angustifolia, pseldotsuga mensiesii, and chamomile matricaria essential oils.

Collective Wellbeing provides a face wash that may feel good as it goes on, but it is not actually cleansing your skin or treating your acne for that matter. It has quite a few soothers and moisturizers such as aloe vera, but it is lacking in the down and dirty acne fighters. It is also lacking in its knowledge of the basic facts of things. We would not recommend this product to anyone, especially someone looking to fight their acne.

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