Thoughts On SUKIN Organic Skincare

I haven’t been this excited to try an organic skincare range in a really, really long time. Sukin, Australian and natural skincare brand, has a lot of rave reviews on social media from people who’ve tried their products. Despite good reviews, I also like the ethics behind the company. They focus on creating organic, vegan, cruelty-free products and carbon neutral and recyclable packaging. I’ve been using this range daily (in turns with some other skincare staples) for a good while, and finally wanted to lay some of my thoughts out about it.

Let’s start with the Nourishing Cream Cleanser* for dry and distressed skin types. The end of the winter season always leaves my already dry and sensitive skin in even worse condition; it becomes flaky and dehydrated. I swear by foam cleansers, but in this condition, I’m glad to have a more gentle option to take care of my skin. What stands out to me is that the lather is so soft, almost fluffy-like. It washes off pretty easily leaving my skin feeling clean and comfortable and removes makeup well.

Toner is one product that I always have trouble reviewing. It’s probably down to the fact that I never see or feel any miraculous effect from any of them. So I can’t tell you much about this Hydrating Mist Toner* rather than that it doesn’t contain alcohol and gives the skin hydration rather than tightens it up. It’s pleasant to use, and I like its light sweet scent a lot.

Rosehip Night Cream* is my favorite from the whole range! Maybe because my skin is in need of some serious care and TLC, but I’m just obsessed with how highly nourishing and moisturizing this cream feels. That tight, uncomfortable feeling of my skin is gone, my fines lines caused by dehydration softened and relaxed, and those stubborn dry patches are visibly reduced. At the moment I’m using it as a day cream as well, and love the effect.

On the contrary to the Night Cream, I’ve used this Hydrating Day Cream* the least so far. I just kept reaching for the night cream or some other beauty oils. Although also packed with rosehip oil and other highly hydrating ingredients, this cream is a much lighter version of night cream.  I’m pretty sure it will be perfect for me when the weather turns a bit warmer, and my skin stops acting out so much. I’ll update on it in the future, but for now, I’ll just stick to the Rosehip Night Cream.

Oh, and what’s interesting and quite unusual is that the size of Sukin cream jars is 4.06 fl. oz/120 ml. Most face creams I know are 1 fl.oz /30 ml or 1.7 fl.oz / 50ml., so this one is double the size. I think it’s great! It means you’ll use it longer and, therefore, save on money and buy less packaging.

It’s almost impossible not to like rosehip oil. It’s one of the products I swear by, so I always have a jar or two in my skincare stash and make sure I use it regularly. My skin just drinks this Sukin Certified Organic Rosehip Oil* up and in result it becomes much softer and glowing.

Overall, I’m impressed with this range, especially with the cleanser, night cream, and, of course, the rosehip oil. Skin dehydration is my main concern right now, and I must say that Sukin performs amazingly well in bettering my skin condition. You can find all of these lovely organic skincare products at Sukin website or their stockists.

Are there any products that you’ve tried from Sukin?  

Inga | Organic Beauty Blogger
Inga | Organic Beauty Blogger

I’m Inga, the creator of this online place called Organic Beauty Blogger. Since 2013, I’ve been on a mission to redefine beauty by sharing my insights into the world of green beauty.

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Michelle Phillips
5 years ago

I have many Sukin products in my own personal range and even my husband uses them. I use the cleanser and also couldn’t do without the Rosehip oil. There are some great Australian brands out there ( sorry for the bias ) with quality products produced under strict guidelines. great post 🙂

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