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Introducing: The Cult Conscious Edit

Last Updated: 25/05/2022

Aligning your beauty routine with your values, {The Cult Conscious Edit} unites 9 thrill-inducing, ‘conscious’ formulas with coveted ‘Proof Points’ that empower you to verify their conscious credentials without any legwork. Powered by Provenance (read: a software solution that uses blockchain technology to log impact claims), {Cult Conscious} rejects greenwashing by cutting through the industry ‘noise’ and equipping you with evidenced facts that matter. This carefully curated edit shines a spotlight on nine Cult Conscious heroes with Proof Points — from vegan to recyclable packaging — that make them all the more covetable…

Boasting five full-sized formulas, one deluxe and three travel-sized finds, this set is worth over an impressive £155/€185 but could be yours for just £30/€34.50 — that’s a saving of 80%!

an arrangement of beauty products from the Cult Conscious Edit


It’s time to get scrubbed up! Boosted with brilliant Balinese ingredients, the travel-sized Coco & Eve {Bali Buffing Sugar} in ‘Lychee & Dragonfruit’ (60ml) sloughs away dead skin cells, boosts blood circulation, renews and softens, for instantly and visibly smoother skin.

A luxurious and intensely nourishing weekly SOS treatment, this biocellulose {SOS Revitalising Mask} from Decree is enriched with skin calming, reparative and brightening ingredients to help repair and restore your skin barrier to its former glory — a must for even the most sensitive of skin types in need of some TLC.

End the search for your once naturally-luminous skin with the deluxe Alpha-H {Generation Glow Resurfacing Essence}: a powerful exfoliant that’s gentle enough for even sensitive skin. This milky glow-to essence is infused with natural 5% AHA fruit acid complex made up of skin-smoothing lactic acid as well as citric, tartaric and malic acids for an overall even tone and a host of barrier-boosting bio-fermented Australian botanicals.

Supercharged with a medley of strand-loving ingredients, Larry King Haircare’s full-sized {Good Life Shampoo Refill} (180ml) is like a week-long yoga retreat for your hair: expect your style to be energised and revived with a spring in each strand.

Introducing the world’s first glass mascara that’s 100% recyclable: La Bouche Rouge’s full-sized {Mascara Le Serum Noir}. Simultaneously serving as a mascara and lash care, it’s free from microplastics and full of jojoba oil that nourishes and stimulates eyelash growth and carnauba wax to thicken, stretch and lift lashes from root to tip.

An ode to the founders’ grandmother’s tradition of therapeutic hair oiling, Fable & Mane’s vegan {Pre-Wash Strengthening Treatment Hair Oil} encourages healthy hair from root to tip, smoothing your strands for a silk-like finish.

Sure to be a firm favourite for anyone with sensitive skin, the vegan and cruelty-free {Rosehip Bioregenerate, Rosehip Seed and Fruit Universal Face Oil} (10ml) from Pai Skincare promises to deeply condition skin, improve firmness and elasticity and promote a clear, even skin tone — and all without a whisper of irritation.

Suitable for all skin types and working to keep stressed skin calm and collected, Honest Beauty’s clinically tested {Gentle Gel Cleanser} (150ml) refreshes, soothes and cleanses without drying. Mild enough for day and night, consider this is your new sink-side essential.

A dream come true for oily skin, The Ordinary’s {Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1%} (30ml) targets breakouts, minimises pores and decongests confused complexions by regulating sebum production. Featuring high concentrations of two of the most efficacious blemish-battling ingredients out there (niacinamide and zinc), this swiftly soothes skin and improves its overall health.


Bethan Robinson

Bethan Robinson

Senior Copywriter

Bethan is a Senior Copywriter at Cult Beauty. When she’s not trying to perfect the ultimate ‘no make up’ make up look — she swears by Saie — or find new skin care to fall for, she’s likely playing video games, making the most of her housemate’s MUBI account or strolling around Victoria Park with a pastry in hand.