Formulated in its native country of Australia, the cruelty-free and void of the usual nasties brand offers quality skincare at affordable prices. In their own words, it’s “skincare that doesn’t cost the earth”.
With the emphasis on super foods feeding and cleansing the body, it was only a matter of time before these ingredients made into skincare. Sukin has handpicked such actives as kale, spirulina, parsley, chlorella, acai and goji to go into five face products – Detoxifying Clay Masque, Detoxifying Facial Scrub, Facial Recovery Serum, Nutrient Rich Facial. Collectively these make up their new Super Greens range, promoting a healthy glow and leaving the skin looking clean and radiant.
I tried the Detoxifying Facial Scrub* (£9.95/125ml) and the Detoxifying Clay Masque* (£11.95/100ml) because you know, I love a deep cleanse.
The Detoxifying Facial Scrub contains a blend of kale, spirulina and parsley with jojoba beads and bamboo to exfoliate. Suitable for all skin types, it’s very mild on the skin and delicantly scented with a hint of cranberry.
Now the Clay Masque is something special. If you’re on the hunt for a new clay mask, then Sukin’s Super Greens is the one to go for. Using the same ingredients as the scrub plus a dash of chlorella, avocado, goji berry and baobab, this super green blend of detoxifying antioxidants and vitamins gives the complexion a dose of dewiness and a radiant glow, sucking out any impurities along the way. Slather on a moderate amount for at least 15 minutes before removing with a warm, damp flannel. I can tell you my face felt so soft to touch after.
With prices ranging from £9.95 to £14.95, I’ve got to say I am very impressed with Sukin’s Super Greens and it’s no surprise that I am itching to try the rest. Sulphate-free and paraben-free with no harsh ingredients, this would be wonderful for sensitive skin.