Skin&Tonic – organic face scrub review

Happy Saturday!

Guys, is been a busy week but here we are. Sun is shining, its super cold and I’m getting very excited about the professional Beauty Show on Sunday but first a little review. This week I’ll be talking about the organic scrub I’ve been using recently.

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The name of the company is Skin&Tonic and so is the name of the scrub. It’s an organic/ mineral product and I have to say this is the first time I’m trying the scrub which comes in the form of a powder. I love the fact that every product they offer is made with less than 7 ingredients, I know amazing right! Considering that the most products in the shops right now has a long list of ingredients I can’t even pronounce, I’m very impressed so far.

Let’s have a look what’s in it:

  • Zea May starch – corn starch
  • Avena sativa bran – oat extract/ straw
  • French pink clay – great for sensitive skin as it doesn’t overdry the skin
  • Probiotic yogurt
  • Rosehip seed powder –  exfoliates the skin
  • Pelargonium graveolena – leaf oil/ scent

 

 

As you see above, I use a spoon of powder and mix it with a few drops of warm water. Once the powder turns into a smooth paste, I put it on my face (cheeks, nose area, and my forehead) and massage it gently. The main peeling process starts when the paste becomes slightly dry (at least for me) and I have to put a bit more effort into massaging it and to roll the product off my face. It usually takes me about 2 minutes. My skin feels really fresh and smooth after that. I always wash my face with a cold water to close the pores and voila!  Thanks to the French pink clay which doesn’t overly zap the skin of its natural oils, this product doesn’t dry my skin as the other clay products. This sort of clay is good for sensitive and dry skin types.

This organic scrub has a very delicate citrusy smell to it, with a bit of a clinical scent (but that’s just mine opinion). However, it’s not overpowering and considering the final effect, I can personally leave with that.

I bought it in the shop in London called Content Beauty. All the links to the product and the shop are down below.

This is probably the best face scrub I’ve ever tried.

Skin&Tonic Shop: http://www.skinandtoniclondon.com/

Content beauty: https://www.contentbeautywellbeing.com

 

Next Post: Best Organic Beauty Shops in London

 

 

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