Sukin Skincare Picks

Sunday, 29 October 2017

If you have been following me for a while, you'd know that Sukin Hydrating Mist Toner is one of my all-time favourite toners as it is calming, it's hydrating and it's refreshing. I have gone through several bottles of it, and I will continue using it. It's one of those no fuss, simple yet effective skincare products that I love. So, I thought why not explore more of Sukin, and I've picked up 3 of their best selling products to try and boy do I have a lot to say! 

Micellar waters are one of those products that I don't think I can ever live without. It's just the best product to use in order to remover the majority of makeup before going in with cleansers. So I've picked up the Sukin one and I have been loving it. I can't say it's as good as my beloved Bioderma (I mean nothing will probably ever replace the position of Bioderma in my heart) but it's pretty good and I really like how gentle it is. It's made with Aloe Leaf Juice, Cucumber Extract and Chamomile to really sooth the skin so it's perfect for someone who has sensitive skin. It does, however, has alcohol in it but it's all the way down at the bottom of the list so I wouldn't worry too much. 

And for those of you who are not familiar with Sukin Skincare, it's an Australian all natural brand that is affordable and effective. I love how simple the packaging is so we don't end up spending our hard working money on the unnecessary. 

And speaking of being simple, the Sukin Cream Cleanser is probably one of the best cream cleansers I've tried. Again, it's simple but works brilliantly as my second cleanse. I use this in the morning as well to really wake me up and just bring back the moisture as well as cleansing whatever skincare that's left on my face, and I obviously use it as second-cleanse to sooth and really clean the daily grime. I love the light smell, I love how gentle it is, and I love that it doesn't strip my skin but adds moisture and that gorgeous glow. I don't recommend using it as a makeup remover just because it doesn't remove makeup as well as an oil-based cleanser does but as second cleanse, it's brilliant! 

FYI, all Sukin products are free from Sulphate and Paraben, and they are good for all skin types

Lastly, I have been enjoying the Sukin Anti-Pollution Facial Masque. I bought it because it claims to balance the skin and the bamboo charcoal that's in it, is good for absorbing the excess oil and bringing out the gunk, and I have to say it works! It doesn't dry out my skin which is a good surprise, and it really does what it says on the tin, and my skin looks smooth, even and bright after. 

Just so you know, you should put this on wet skin instead of dry, and I just leave it on for as long as possible, like I do with all masks. A little "mask trick" if you are new to skincare: if the label says to leave it on for 10 minutes you should really do it for at least 20 to make it effective, apart from those AHA or BHA masks. Try, you'll really see the difference! 

So there you have it, my quick review of some of the best Sukin skincare products. I really just love how affordable and simple they are but still manage to work on my skin so big thumbs up for that! 

Have you tried anything from Sukin? Thoughts? 

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