Cruelty Free Skincare Products from IASO

I got cruelty free skincare products from IASO, which is a new prestige brand designed to address your sophisticated and proactive skincare needs based on the research and expertise of leading dermatologists. In this post I will reveal why I like the products and why I recommend you to try it. 

Hey Beauties!

How are you this Monday? Hope you are having a good start to the new week! The weather has been wonderful the past days, its more lighter outside and I feel more active and motivated to do more. I love Spring!

I always get requests from brands that want me to feature their products on the blog, but I am always careful to choose the best fit, and that the products are either cruelty free or based on natural ingredients. I have a few collaborations lined up for the next few weeks already that I can’t wait to talk about.

IASO Skincare Products

All of IASO products are cruelty free which is the main reason I wanted to test their skincare. I have been looking for skincare products that won’t go rough on my skin and help removing blackheads and other impurities. I have tried many different products to fight blackheads, but it haven’t helped on the problem.


Ghassoul Black Cleansing Oil

The first products I got sent from IASO is the answer to all of my prayers, and I can already see a change in the area around my nose. The Ghassoul Black Cleansing Oil is amazing and I have never used a better product for black heads and dead skin. I have used this product for a few days now and I am so pleased!

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How to use the oil: 

– Pump out a little oil and apply to dry skin. Then message the oil into the skin,  use a little water to get the oil even and then rinse out. I use this Cleansing Oil every morning, before I apply moisturizer or primer. You can also just apply on areas you have black heads, if you don’t want to do full face.

The Cleansing Oil is priced at $34.00 (approx. £24), you can buy it here


White Peeling Gel And IASO Ghassoul Oil

The second product I received is the White Peeling Gel, which is a exfoliating scrub who removes dulling surfaced dead skin cells to refine the appearance of pores and clarify the skin. This peeling gel is for all skin types.

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How to use the Gel: 

– It is recommended to use the gel one-two times a week, as the scrub is a little more rough to the skin and its good to baby step it.

– Apply to wet skin, perfect if you have just come out of the shower as the pores in the skin are more open. Massage the gel gently into the skin and try to avoid the area around the eyes and mouth. Rinse out with water.

The gel is perfect for deep cleansing in the skin, and what’s better than a little pampering?

The product is priced at $39,00 (approx. £32.00), you can buy the gel here


I am very happy with both products I got sent, and I hope you are inspired to try the brand after this review. I am thinking about talking with IASO to arrange a Sunday Giveaway, so if this is of interest to any of you leave a comment below and I will show them the engagement. Hopefully they will want to take part in this!

What do you think of this review? Would you like to win the products?

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Cecilia K


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  • Mel

    I love cruelty free products and while I tend to gravitate more towards Lush, there’s only so much their products can do for me. I don’t really have a problem with blackheads but I’m an exfoliating fiend and the White Peeling Gel sounds brilliant.

  • Great post! I’d definitely be interested in a Sunday giveaway 🙂

  • Ayse

    I would love to try the oil. Sounds amazing!

  • Sounds like some wonderful products here and a lovely brand to try out 🙂

    kathy x

  • fashion-mommy

    The oil sounds amazing, especially as a treatment for blackheads.

  • I only purchase cruelty free products too and find good skincare products that haven’t been tested on animals quite hard to come by! I love the sound of these and, while being a bit pricier than I would usually go for, I am extremely tempted by the black cleansing oil! Great review – very informative 🙂

    Teri-May xx

  • Georgia C

    Wow the cleansing oil sounds amazing and just what I need, something to tackle those blackheads is always what I look for and the fact this is cruelty free is amazing! I always find cruelty free makeup that’s really good at battling the problem areas hard to come by!

  • Lizzie Grover

    The oik sounds brilliant. I’ve just stocked up on a few products which are organic and cruelty free. I’m not too fussed whether products are organic or not but I am against animal testing so once I’ve run out of my new batch I will look into these, they sounds great for your skin as well as being ethical