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    Unwash Reviews

    Eco-Inclusive Skincare Brand, Klur





    Brand Ethos




    the unwash review

    Klur, a skincare brand focused on optimal skin health is rooted in values of inclusivity and ethical product sourcing. The Los Angeles-based brand takes a scientific approach to formulating products that deliver long-lasting results while being inspired by nature. Klur’s motto is being an ‘eco-inclusive’ brand that they live up to through their low-impact practices. The brand’s skincare products give streamlined solutions for various skin needs that are inclusive for all. Their Brilliant Light vitamin C serum, Sculpture + A, and Gentle Matter Cleanser are some of their fan-favorite products meant to correct, hydrate and restore skin to its healthiest state.

    Founder of Klur, Lesley Thorton spent a decade creating products and helping others achieve their personal skincare goals while working for Estee Lauder which led to the creation of Klur as we know it today. When it comes to finding products that have a focus on environmentally friendly ingredients, Lesley realized there wasn’t representation for people of color within this space and wanted to create a brand that she could see herself in. Klur launched in 2019 with products made to support the needs and wear of everyday life – for everyone.  

    “Centering inclusivity and community as the fundamental values required to preserve planetary ecology and achieve true collective sustainability.” – Lesley Thorton, Klur Founder

    The brand is deeply committed to cultivating connections within its community. Klur was designed to create a space for all people from all ethnicities and backgrounds to feel supported and seen through the brand’s ethos. Their emphasis on community building also includes education on sustainability efforts such as proper recycling practices. The brand primarily uses pharmaceutical-grade glass packaging, aluminum components, and BPA-free plastic only when deemed necessary. Klur’s formulations are both vegan and cruelty-free, using only biodegradable ingredients. They look at sustainability through a holistic lens acknowledging that it’s more than just finding the most sustainable packaging but also finding brands that support our everyday needs. 

    Klur walks the walk and is a values-driven brand. The small but mighty independently owned and operated company sets the bar high within the wellness and skincare industry. Their core values are reflected in their products, from formulation, packaging choices, and commitment to consumer education. Klur is a refreshing addition to the beauty industry and a much-needed breath of fresh air for people in search of companies that they can feel genuinely good about supporting. 



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