Introduction to Organic Skincare

Hello beauties,

Some of you may know I’m been wanting to transition to organic skincare. Well I’ve finally taken the plunge and have found so many awesome organic products that are effective and won’t break the bank. A bit of a disclaimer; I don’t think I will ever be 100% committed to organic skincare but I will try to use as many effective natural products as possible.

Wildcrafted Organics Neroli Cleansing Oil*

I love this cleanser to remove my makeup. It’s really effective at removing majority of makeup while leaving the skin feeling hydrated. Click here for a review.

Wildcrafted Organics Wild Rose Botanical Mist*

Love this rose facial mist! I think its better than the Jurlique one as it’s not as intense in smell and it’s a much finer mist. Click here for a review.

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Edible Beauty NO.2 Citrus Rhapsody Radiance Tonique*

This is another beautiful face mist and if you’re not a fan of rose then you’ll love this! Its lightly scented and disperses a beautiful fine mist.

Antipodes Skin Brightening Serum*

If you’ve been following my skincare journey over the past couple of months you will know how much I love this product! Its honestly brightened my skin within a really short period. I think this is the product that gave me faith that organic skincare actually works!

Wildcrafted Organics Wildflowers Rejuvenating Serum*

This is more of a face oil, mixed with numerous oils such as argan oil, rosehip oil and vitamin E. If you have dry skin you could apply about one pump with your moisturiser. If you have oily skin like me it’s probably better to keep this for night time use only. I apply about 2 pumps which would be equivalent to about 4 drops. This serum is beautiful to do a facial massage and leaves the skin feeling hydrated and plump and not weighted down with a thick layer of oil. Click here for a review.


Antipodes Skin Brightening Manuka Honey Light Day Cream*

This is the first Antipodes product to contain Bee Venom! This is a really light weight moisturiser however extremely moisturising. This day cream is great under makeup, doesn’t make me oily but leaves my skin hydrated. I’ve also used this at night and added a few drops of face oil for added hydration. I should also mention this moisturiser smells like honey even once applied to the face. If you don’t like the smell of honey then this isn’t for you.

Antipodes Skin Brightening Manuka Honey Eye Cream*

This is a slightly richer formula of the Antipodes Manuka Honey Light Day Cream. A little of this goes a really long way. Love this under my eye area and works perfectly under makeup.

Josh Rosebrook Nutrient Day Cream*

I’m extremely fussy with moisturiser but I can honestly say I feel in love with this moisturiser after one use. Its quite hydrating and mortifying and works beautifully under makeup. My friend has normal to dry skin and she too loves this moisturiser. Josh also has a tinted version if you have fair skin and want a tint. Can’t wait to purchase the full size!

Weleda Skin Food*

I’ve talked about Skin Food many times on the blog. It’s a heavy duty moisturiser that’s great for dry skin on the body and face. It is quite rich so a little goes a long way. I use this only at night time or when I’m travelling as I have oily skin. If you have dry skin you can use this during the day as well as a primer.

Pai Skincare Rosehip BioRegenerate Fruit & Seed Oil Blend

As a big lover of rosehip oil I was bound to love the Pai one! The Pai oil is actually a hybrid of a few face oils but still does the job of a rosehip oil and more. When I first started using this oil I noticed my scars started to begin to fade quicker and my skin was more hydrated. I only use about 2 to 3 drops at night time.

Apologies for the lengthy post, but I’ve really been loving trialling out organic skincare that I wanted to share the love with all of you. I’m not a skincare or organic expert but if you have any questions please leave them below and I’ll try and answer them for you xx

*This product has been provided for reviewing purposes, all views and opinions are 100% honest.

**Disclaimer: All opinions are based on personal experiences, and are not sponsored. rachelbeautystyle is not a make up artist, beauty or skincare specialist and will not be held liable for any recommendations. Therefore try at your own risk.

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