Saturday, 11 February 2017

Review: Skin & Tonic Naked Beauty Oil

Unless you're an organic and natural skincare enthusiast, you may not have heard of the brand Skin & Tonic. They're an organic, cruelty-free, natural skincare brand in London who make a whole range of products from oils to scrubs. They even make a beard oil and say their products are unisex. So, I've recently been getting into their Naked Beauty Oil (30ml). 

Over the past few months I've really been experimenting with & trying organic & green brands and this is one of them. They only use up to 7 ingredients in each of their products and each of their ingredients is certified organic by The Soil Association - an organic and natural certifying body (that's usually the main pointer people look for to trust something is organic). 

The Skin & Tonic Naked Beauty Oil acts a moisturiser for your skin. So you can either mix it another moisturiser or use the oil on it's own. I've been using it on it's own and it's safe to say it has grown on me a massive amount!

I have combination skin and upon first glance this oil is made for sensitive skin. So, at first I found it quite heavy on my skin and would find it leaving an oily residue. However I've now been using this Beauty Oil for a good 4/5 months and can't rave enough about it. 

As I do have combination skin, my face tends feel quite dry throughout winter but I've found this oil definitely keeps my skin moisturised throughout the day. 

The scent of it was another aspect I wasn't too keen on when I first used the oil. It has quite a seedy, earthy smell and that's because of the Pumpkin Seed Oil & Rosehip Oil. But again, the scent has really grown on me! It smells clean is the only way I can describe it. 

As obvious as it may sound, you really feel that this Beauty Oil is clean and doesn't contain all the chemicals of non-organic skincare products. And maybe that's also why it took time to grow on me - because I was used to the artificial smells and feel of other products? Simply out, I can feel my skin is 'cleaner'. 

I really like the Skin & Tonic packaging. It's simple and classic - a brown bottle with a simple white label wrapped around. The Beauty Oil comes with a pipette so it's easy to control how much use you, but you honestly only need 2-3 drops. 

If you're looking to try something organic and clean I'd definitely recommend Skin & Tonic. I'm gutted that my Beauty Oil is running out but will be looking at their other skincare products to try. Check out their website if you'd like to try any of their products or visit one of their stockists.

I'm excited to explore the organic, green, clean industry even more and see what else I can find! So keep an eye out for the posts...

I'd love to know if you've ever tried any organic brands? And what you thought..


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