Friday, July 31, 2015


While the idea of putting groceries like kale, pineapple, lime and avocado into your skincare seems odd, when you think about it the whole thing makes a lot of sense.

Considering the skin is the largest organ of your body and that it soaks up whatever you put onto it, if you eat spirulina, acai and acai then why not ingest it through the skin also?
The range includes a great mix of products including a; mask, scrub, serum and moisturiser. All that is missing is an eye cream and cleanser otherwise you have all your other skincare needs catered for (pun intended).
Detoxifying Clay Masque ($15.95)
This is the first product I tried and also when the range unfortunately took a turn for the worst, but no need to worry it's just this one product I had a bad experience with. Warning signs went off early in my mind as soon as I smelled the product, I knew I was in for trouble because of a past experience with a very similar product. It immediately burned, forcing me to remove it right away and left my skin red raw for the rest of the night. Now this is most likely not entirely the products fault and more probable that I'm simply allergic to one of the ingredients that make up these types of masks. Either way I recommend doing a patch test before smothering it all over your face.

Detoxifying Facial Scrub ($12.95)
This scrub combines jojoba beads and ground bamboo to create a gritty consistency perfect for polishing the skin, removing dirt and gently exfoliating. Kale, spirulina, chlorella and parsley work as natural detoxifying agents for the skin. A delicious combination of pineapple, liquorice and lime peel are the perfect trio to promote a clear and radiant complexion.

Facial Recovery Serum ($12.95)
If you have read a few skincare posts of mine then you would be familiar with my fondness for serums. It's something about the way they work their way into the deeper levels of your skin rather than just the surface that makes me see the difference in my skin. This serum works with a mixture of green additives to restore a healthy glow.

Nutrient Rich Facial Moisturiser ($12.95)
This thick and creamy formula hydrates the skin leaving it smooth and softened. The fruity candy scent doesn't at all hint to the kind of ingredients that make up this product but I'm definitely not complaining since it's a lovely added touch to the product. The acai and goji berry extracts inject the skin with an antioxidant boost while the rose hip, avocado and jajoba are the active moisturising properties.

This is quite an affordable range with the reasonable price of $12.95 for most products which is incentive to give them a go since if you don't end up liking them, you haven't wasted much money. The mask is slightly more pricey which s fine if you end up loving the product since you will get many uses out of it. This range has a great availability from all leading pharmacies so it's easy to get your hands on these products.
Thanks for reading!