What is it?
Skin Organics Clean Beauty is a subscription box with a selection of non-toxic, cruelty-free, organic and natural products. These may be skincare, body care or beauty products. Their aim is to help you discover clean, green and cruelty-free products and brands. They dispatch on 20th of the month.
Cost: £19.00 (+£3.95 P&P) subscription, UK
I decided to try them out since the products that they are promoting are by the sort of brands I really want to use more of.
What was in my box?
The box came with a piece of paper with ‘Rebalance’ on it. I’m wondering if this is the theme of the box but as I’ve not had one before I’m not sure if there is always a sheet of paper with ‘Rebalance’ written on it. On the other side, it has details about the products inside and discount codes.
Apothaka: Rejuvenating face oil – normal/combination skin (website RRP £19.50, Sheet lists price as £19.95)
This oil has been shortlisted for the Beauty Awards 2017 and featured in Vogue. It arrived in a blue organza bag and a personalized card from the owner of Apothaka. I have normal to combination skin so this oil is perfect for me. It is very moisturizing and I’ve only tried it before bed – I’m not sure my make up will stay on it. It reminds me of Antipodes Divine Face Oil – which is one of the best face oils I have ever used. I really like this oil. I’m going to continue to use it and see how my skin gets on.
NKnaturals London: Delicate – Healing Cleansing Balm (website RRP £25.00 for 60ml, Sheet lists price as £15.00 for 30ml)
This balm arrived in a black box but as soon as I saw it I was excited to use it. It reminded me of my Moa Balm and has a similar texture and colour. However, this seems more ‘delicate’. I have used it for removing my eye makeup and it is so gentle it hasn’t irritated my eyes at all. My skin has never felt so soft after cleansing. I’m going to see how my skin reacts to this as I use the pot up but on first impressions, I’m won over!
It smells like honey and lemon.
The Salt Parlour: Calm – Salt and Sulphur Scrub (Rose and Shea Butter) (£15.00 RRP for 200g on the website, £5.90 on the sheet for 60g tin)
This tin looks lovely but as I am not a fan of scrubs I thought about giving it to my husband’s best friend who loves scrub and the anchor theme makes it a little more masculine as you think of the marines and sailors but… I don’t think he’s going to get this one.
As soon as I opened the box, the delicious scent of this scrub caught. I had to sniff everything in the box to figure out what smelt so good. I decided to give it a go and found that it doesn’t scratch the skin, it scrubs and melts. It’s full of nourishing ingredient so my skin didn’t feel dry. This scrub is for keeps!
It’s a beauty shortlist winner and the wooden spoon that came with the box is for scooping it out so you don’t need to use your fingers. It also has tiny rose petals in it and you can see all the natural ingredients. I’m not sure my photo has captured how beautiful this product is.
North-burN: Revive – Luxury Bathing Salts (Orange, Lavender and Palmarosa (£4.00 on the sheet)
I thought the wooden spoon was for the bath salts but it was for the scrub. I haven’t had a chance to use the bath salts yet but I was looking to buy some so I am really pleased this was in my package and I will keep it ready to try in my cupboard for a special occasion.
Beauty Kubes – Organic shampoo for normal to dry hair (£1.00 on the sheet)
The ‘Kubes’ are about the size of a sugar cube. You crumble them in your hand to make a powder, add water to make a paste and then rub it into your hair to form a lather.
I’m not a massive fan of products that I have to make up myself – I’m lazy. So, I never would have bought it myself. However, I actually found it incredibly simple, fun and it lathered up quickly. At first, it felt a little crumbly on my head so perhaps I didn’t get the paste quite right but it soon worked into a lather and didn’t matter.
Would I recommend?
I am really pleased with the contents of the box. I can see myself using up all the products. I am considering repurchasing the cleansing balm, facial oil and even the scrub! The Kube was fun but I’m not sure it is my thing and I’ve not yet tried the bath salts.
All the products meet the promise of clean, green and cruelty-free – so if that’s something you desire, this is a great box for you. I’m going to continue my subscription; I think that says it all.
2 thoughts on “Review: Skin Organics Beauty Box (March)”
Nice! I’m always looking for more shampoo that doesn’t come in a plastic bottle. It’s hard to get those solid formulas right.
You should check them out. I don’t think it’s that expensive either. Ty x