Wake Skincare Cream jar flatlay - Kind Culture review


Wake Skincare is a start-up business on a mission, to create products designed for ‘#GenerationConnected’.Β  This British based brand sources all of their materials ethically from the UK. All their products are cruelty-free, paraben free, sulphate-free and responsibly sourced. The brand is also approved by the FSC.


I bought the moisturiser on Amazon for Β£19.95.

Use any time skin needs a generous helping of nourishing, comforting hydration. Good for use under makeup throughout the day or as a night cream before bed.

  • Reduces blemishes caused by a non-stop lifestyle;
  • Targets fine lines that result from irregular sleeping patterns;
  • Easy to apply before and after working out without feeling thick or heavy;
  • Protects the environment by using glass jars to reduce plastic waste




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Although the main use for the face cream is for anti-ageing, I’ve been using it primarily for hydrating my skin.

The first time I used the moisturiser, it smoothed out the look of my skin completely. As the moisturiser is hydrating, I didn’t need to use too much product. I have sensitive, combination skin that can get dry when the weather changes. I’ve mainly been using the face cream as a night cream – my skin literally stays smooth right up until I wake up.

Since I’ve been using the cream, the condition of my skin has improved in almost a month. My skin is visibly smoother and softer, and I don’t get dry patches on parts of my skin. The cream gives my skin a natural looking glow, which is great for days when you want to go makeup free. From time to time, I’ve applied the moisturiser under my makeup too – my base looked so dewy throughout the day, I was shook!

I’m so glad that I came across Wake Skincare, I hope you all enjoyed my face cream review. Buy the Wake Skincare Face Cream on Amazon here.


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About the author
Founder, Editor & Blogger for Kind Culture. London based brand strategy, content and campaign management specialist. Passionate about supporting cruelty-free beauty brands, cooking and reading books about spirituality.

Comments (26)

  1. Oooh I haven’t heard of Wake Skincare before but love that they’re cruelty-free and restricted those harmful ingredients! It is great that your skin had results from usage! Thanks for sharing!

    1. They’re definitely worth getting if you’re looking for a new skincare brand to change up your routine. πŸ™‚ Thanks Nancy x

  2. I’m actually on the hunt for a new hydrating moisturiser at the minute! I’ve never heard of Wake before but I’m definitely going to check the brand out. This sounds like a product I’d love x


    1. It’s definitely worth getting, especially since you don’t need to use too much product. A little really goes a long way with the cream x

  3. Wow this looks like a really great product! Moisturisers are always something I don’t want to spent a lot of money on but I defo think this one looks like it would be worth it !

    1. Thanks Liz πŸ™‚ I understand what you mean in terms of money, with this moisturiser a little goes a long way so it’s definitely worth it. And the quality seems quite high end too.

  4. Always here for a cruelty free brand! Have to say I love your blog name, logo and branding in general. This is more than i’d typically spend on a moisturiser and it seems quite small but it’s never too early to invest in anti-ageing skincare

    1. Thank you so much Viki πŸ™‚ x

      Honestly, I think investing in the right skincare for yourself is so important

    1. It’s definitely worth getting, I can’t recommend it enough! Would love to know what you think about it πŸ™‚

    1. Thank you πŸ™‚

      It really is such a clean brand, in terms of the aesthetics and products itself.

  5. I haven’t heard of this brand before, but it sounds like you had a good result. I also prefer cruelty free skincare products, so I should take a look at if I can find this near me. I’m running out of my current cream and want to switch things up!

    1. I think it’s a relatively new brand, but I’ve been seeing them all over my instagram. I’d definitely say it’s worth getting if you can, I’m sure you’ll like it just as much as I did πŸ™‚ x

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