Me-time with L:A Bruket

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by Make it last on 10 October, 2016

Swedish L:A BRUKET introduces a skin care routine that should fit into anyones schedule. And – it's organic.

Natural and organic skin care brand L:A BRUKET, mostly known for their hand soaps and dish washing liquids, introduces a daily face routine designed to suit a range of skin types. Consisting of Cleansing cream, Facial toner & refresher, Cottonseed eye balm, Broccoli seed serum and Facial cream–all rich in vitamins and antioxidants, with soothing and moisturizing properties–the routine is structured to be repeated morning and night, and to fit even the “briefest moments of me-time” in your day.
L:A BRUKET is locally produced in Varberg, south of Gothenburg in Sweden. It’s a town close to the ocean where they gather the salt for their salt scrubs and algae for their spa bath. All products are vegan, except for a few which contain of bee wax, and are made with natural oils which adds on the fresh scents.
”We choose to put the list of ingredients in the front of our products as we believe these should be in focus on when shopping for skin care products”, says Mats Johnson, co-founder of L:A BRUKET about their signature white labels on the dark brown containers.
Using artificial beauty and skin products may be a quick fix in countering wrinkles, but using all natural products will make a significant difference in how your skin ages in the long run. According to L:A BRUKET, taking care of your skin and body does not only mean using the right products–it is a lifestyle where eating healthy and drinking loads of water is essential.
”Beauty comes from within. It doesn’t matter if you use all the right products if you are not feeling well. Beauty and skin products are suppose to enhance that inner beauty”, says Johnson.
L:A BRUKET was founded in 2009 by Monica Kylén and Mats Johnsson who find inspiration in nature and from the coastal life conditions. Function is a priority as well as preserving the natural characteristics of every ingredient to achieve the best possible effect.

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