Bulldog Natural Grooming Moisturiser – Fairtrade – Eco Product Review

I’ve reviewed a number of Bulldog products before, including to versions of its moisturiser – the hydrating version and the sensitive version. This is the new Fairtrade version and is still ‘Natural Grooming’ but is called ‘Eco-system: Hydrating’.

Bulldog Fairtrade moisturiser

And it’s like coming back to an old friend. I’ve commented on the scent being a bit strong when you first use it but I didn’t notice it and in fact it was like using an old friend. Since I’ve last reviewed it this old friend has become very popular, is available in a lot of mainstream shops and featured in magazines.

So I’m pleased to see this new Fairtrade version, although not all the ingredients are Fairtrade, it’s a step in the right direction and is BUAV approved.

With eight essential oils, no ingredients come from animal sources, there are no paraben, sodium laureth sulfate, artificial colours or synthetic fragrances. More details on the whole list of ingredients are published on the maker’s website, www.meetthebulldog.com.

The product itself is of Bulldog’s usual high quality, I’ve enjoyed using it. As described in the previous reviews I have a short beard and often find thick moisturisers get stuck in it and turn my beard white. This however, while thick soaks nicely into my skin and I feel refreshed after using it.

Bulldog Natural Grooming Moisturiser – Fairtrade version is available from major retail chains and online at places like Big Green Smile for £7.49.

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