10 May 2013

Purity Organic Skincare


Being the little skincare addict that I've become I jumped at the chance to review some products from Purity Organic Skincare a few weeks ago whilst they were looking for beauty bloggers to review their products. I kindly received the PurityFacial Wash from the morning skincare regime and the Purity Conditioning Cleansing Lotion which is part of the evening routine.

Purity Organic Skincare is a British brand with a sustainable and organic approach to all things beauty. The brand is EcoCert, which is an organisation which certifies organic agricultural products, of which Purity ingredients are 98% sourced from natural origins, as well as 82% originating from organic farming; they're also paraben free! I do think it is important for companies to be making more of a conscious effort in terms of where their ingredients come from and what is actually going into their products so for me this is a really nice aspect of the Purity brand name.

Purity Conditioning Cleansing Lotion* and Purity Facial Wash*
Both of these products are 150ml which is quite a reasonable amount of product, especially at the cost of just £4.99. The Conditioning Cleansing Lotion I used during the evenings as my first product within my routine to take off the bulk of my make up, I have to say it did work quite well and removed the majority of my make up before my second cleanse (I swear by double cleansing). I used  this with a cotton pad which I do generally tend to avoid as I tend to only use cotton pads on my eyes as I can find it quite wasteful, however in hindsight now I'm writing this I'm sure I could have used a muslin cloth....silly me! I do think that with this a second cleanse is needed, but I'm rather into that habit now anyway.

The Facial Wash I would say was my least favourite out of two, my reason for this being is that the actual product is very runny, therefore, when squeezing it out I found that a lot of product would shoot out very quickly which led to more than I wanted being used. This was however my only issue with it as I found it to be a nice refreshing every day face wash that left my face feeling nice and clean without any tightness, which I often find can be an issue with face washes like this.

I think these are lovely products to try, especially if you're looking into experimenting with more natural and organic products. I also think that they would be fantastic for young people just getting into a routine with looking after their skin as they're incredibly gentle products which I think would suit young skin particularly well, as well as those with sensitive skin.

Purity are a cruelty free brand which do not test their products on animals.
*PR Sample, these products were kindly sent to me for my consideration.



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  1. I'm liking the sound of the Conditioning Cleansing Lotion as I've always been a fan of creamy cleansers. Might need to look into it when I finish my S&G Peaches and Clean cleanser! x

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    1. I preferred that to the face wash, most definitely :) xx

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  2. Double cleansing is a whole new thing to me but I've noticed such an improvement in my skin since I started doing it - I can't believe it took me so long to start doing it! :)

    Love, Hails x | www.hayerlily.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. I know! I really do think it makes such a difference, I always do it now as there's not many days which go by when I don't have some form of make up on xx

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  3. Loveeee that product! And your blog!

    http://www.lipglossandlattes.com

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    1. Thank you ever so much :) xx

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  4. These sound lovely, I adore anything that is all/or nearly completely organic too :)

    Dusterknuckles | Fashion // Beauty // Lifestyle

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    1. Me too, I'm certainly much more interested in those types of products :) xx

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  5. I have never heard/ or tried these products. The facial wash sounds really nice though!

    xoxo Bree
    The Urban Umbrella
    http://www.theurbanumbrella.com

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    1. To be honest, it was my least favourite of the two but in its defence, it did what it claimed :) xx

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  6. They both sound lovely. I've not heard of the brand before, but it looks like a great brand xx

    Gemma | ♥ | Miss Makeup Magpie

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    1. I hadn't either, I felt quite lucky that I was able to try them :) xx

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  7. I love the sound of the brand and the products seem nice, will definitely have to try these out at some point xx

    Angelica [One Little Vice]

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    1. I think they're worth it, especially for the price :) xx

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  8. This brand sounds quite nice! I may have to check them out!

    Lauren | Bits and Bobs xx

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    1. Let me know what you think Lauren :) xx

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  9. I got to review these too, I'm almost out of the cleanser - I love it! :)

    sophie-said.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. It's not bad is it :) I find that just using that alone doesn't remove all of my make up, which is why I double cleanse but for an initial cleanse I think it's not too bad at all xx

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  10. Sounds like an interesting brand! Nicely priced too :-) xx

    Curls and Swirls Beauty & Lifestyle

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    1. I think so, especially knowing that they are organic too :) xx

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  11. This purity conditioning cleansing lotion sounds great. Thanks for sharing this useful information about skin care product.

    Regards,
    Alison Clarke
    obagi nu derm starter kit

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