Monday, January 2, 2012

Sukin foaming facial cleanser review

I am starting to explore more and more great natural products and Sukin is one that I have recently been trying out. I bought the Sukin foaming facial cleanser, having never tried the product before, but as it was on sale at Priceline I couldn't resist. I have been using this cleanser for a few weeks now and I am in love with it!

Sukin is a natural personal care company from Australia. They have over fifty products and are affordable products with great natural ingredients. They have no parabens, no artificial colours, no propylene glycol, no triethanolamine, no mineral oils, no sodium lauryl sulphate/sodium laureth sulphate, no synthetic fragrances and no animal derivatives. Instead the Sukin range offers formulas containing active botanicals and essential oils carefully selected to restore the natural vitality and radiance of the skin.

The Sukin foaming facial cleanser comes in a sturdy 125ml bottle with a pump which is easy to use. All I need is one pump and it is enough to cover my face.

Sukin says: This sulphate free wash provides a gentle, non-drying cleanser to remove impurities leaving your skin feeling soft, clear and clean. This cleanser combines German chamomile, aloe vera, witch hazel and green tea with macadamia and evening primrose oils to purify and balance your skin. Suitable for all skin types especially oily and sensitive.

I am so impressed with all the ingredients in this product as they help to calm and soothe the skin, whilst cleansing it well. The texture of the cleanser is a clear gel and foams up into a gentle lather (not very lathery but enough to feel it on the skin). It has a beautiful coconuty smell to me with a tinge of fruits I think. When applying the cleanser to the face it feels nice, soothing and cleansing to the skin. Once I rinse it off my skin feels clean and soft. It doesn’t dry my skin, but rather cleans it well, leaving no oil or residue on my face.


It does everything it claims to do. The chamomile is great to calm the skin, evening primrose oil is good for soothing the skin and aloe vera has healing properties, excellent for cleansing the skin well.

I would highly recommend the Sukin foaming facial cleanser to anyone. It would be great for sensitive skin and even oily skin. You only need one pump which is great. The Sukin foaming facial cleanser retails for around ten dollars. Available at Priceline,some supermarkets and chemists. I am interested in trying other products from the Sukin range, they even have a kids range of products! You can check out there website at Sukin Organics

Have you tried any Sukin products? What cleanser are you using at the moment?

5 comments:

Drama and Makeup said...

Sound so interesting! xxx

Kimmie said...

Only there lip gloss to date and I loved it~!

Bella said...

Hi, yes I've tried this and I love it! not too heavy (doesn't make my sensitive skin break out) and the scent is DIVINE. I recommend it! I got it from Priceline, and last I looked they had it on special. I'm going to grab some more, I think it's delicious.

Maria V said...

I've heard about Sukin a lot of good things.. but haven't tried myself yet. May be next time when I'm in Priceline - that will be my buy.

Great review Dannii!

Hope you had great holidays! and belated Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you and your lovely family!

xx
Maria

Bella said...

yes!! I have the Sukin moisturise (face) and it's lovely! not too heavy and doesn't make my sensitive skin break out. I got mine from Priceline too, they're great.

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