A little while ago, I was approached by the nice people behind the Inecto range to see if I fancied testing out some of their products. Having never hear of the brand before, I was interested to see what they had to offer.
The range is large. Everything from face wipes to scrubs, shower gel, to shampoo, to hair conditioning products. The statement on the website says that the range is ideal for people who “desire soft, moisturised skin
from products which contain natural ingredients”. Although I am thrilled that these products are all paraben free, a huge plus in my book, regrettably, these products also contain a lot of items that could in no way be classed as natural. Lots and lots of chemicals.
Thankfully my skin didn’t react to the body wash. I have to be very careful what I use because of my psoriasis but there was nothing aggravating in here. It foams perfectly (thanks to all of the SLS) and a little goes a long way. The scent isn’t as pure as I thought it would be either – it is more like dessicated coconut, or coconut scented soap.
The hair serum worked nicely. Being a fan of serums, thanks to my big old Sideshow Bob hair, I use these types of products every day. Actually, it’s nice that the coconut scent isn’t overpowering but does just enough to tame and calm, without making you smell like a bottle of Malibu. Again, a little goes a long way here. I found this out the hard way!
The wipes are something I might save for holidays. I feared that frequent use may aggravate my skin but after testing them over a week, I was left clean and moisturised.
These products aren’t expensive, averaging around £3.00 per item. Actually, for a cheaper brand, the packaging is nice and the products certainly don’t “feel” cheap, so for a recessionista looking to save some cash and indulge in some nicely presented and good value grooming products. Available from Superdrug, Bodycare, TJ Hughes and most independent pharmacies.