I am excited to review for you today another organic skincare product – the Naturelle Cosmetics face cream*. Not only do I love finding new organic, cruelty-free products to try, my skin more often than not responds to them really well too.
Naturelle Cosmetics is a private, family-owned business based in the UK. The company take huge pride in being able to source and supply their customers with cosmetic products from organic, certified farms in France, Italy, Portugal, Spain and the UK. This is the the first time I have tried anything from this brand so I was looking forward to giving the face cream a go.
To be brutally honest, the packaging doesn’t do the Naturelle Cosmetics face cream any favours. The box arrived a bit battered from the post, and while the bottle itself is okay, the branding and labelling doesn’t scream try me. However, the cardboard packaging and branding aside, I like a good pump on a bottle and this one distributes enough product nicely.
Naturelle Cosmetics Face Cream
For ages I thought I had normal skin that loves a good hydrating moisturiser, but following my recent deep cleansing facial at No. 1 Hair & Beauty (here), I learnt that I actually have combination skin -a mixture of dry and oily. I now totally appreciate why my skin adores a good hydrating moisturiser and this Naturelle Cosmetics face cream is brilliant for this.
On the box – A daily treatment specifically designed for sensitive and dehydrated skin enriched with organic argan oil, organic orange blossom water, organic shea butter, beeswax and tocopheryl. Nourishes, repairs and restructures the epidermis owing to its anti-free-radial effect. The skin’s tone, softness and radiance are all improved.
I like also that a little goes a long way -a single pump or two delivers a pea sized amount which is ample to cover the face. For a good 2-3 hours after application I can still feel my face hydrated and radiant from the product, which absorbs quickly but its effects I feel for ages after.
The packaging lets the Naturelle Cosmetics face cream down a little, but the product itself I really like and retailing at £8.45 it hardly breaks the bank. I think for your money, you’re actually getting a very good product and for that I would definitely recommend this product to you.
What are you favourite organic, cruelty-free skincare products?
Until next time x