Thursday, 27 December 2012

Purely Natural: One for all moisturiser.

I was contacted by the lovely people over at Purely Natural asking if I would like to try one of their products to review. Of course I was really excited to give this brand a go - you all know how much I love natural and organic products and especially hand made and cruelty free ones. I was allowed to pick something from the website to review so I picked the '1 for all moisturiser'.

Firstly this smells amazing. Really lavendery and soothing. I love the consistency of this cream, I would describe it as somewhere between a moisturiser and Vaseline. 

I've been using this as a hand and body cream  although it an be used on your face too. It's suitable for all skin types hence the name! My hands have been unbelieveably dry due to the weather at the minute but this seems to really help with the dryness and add some life into my skin. Despite it being quite thick the moisturiser sinks in really fast - the amount I have on my hand (picutred above) was enough to cover one and a bit of my hands which to me is fab. I can see this lasting a long time.

A 50ml tub is £9.95 which I think is very reasonable for a hand made, natural product. I'm going to try applying to my chest area to see if it helps with my skin condition but even just as a hand cream I would certainly pick up another pot of this.

The company does a wide range of skin care products and specialises in different skin types. I'm really impressed with this product and can't wait to see what Purely Natural have instore for the future.

Have you tried any of Purely Natural products?

Katie xx


  1. Great post!


  2. I've just decided to turn my skin care into all natural and organic as possible, it's just so much better for the skin in the long run. Haven't heard of this brand but I've brought a few Neal's Yard products, have you tried them? They are also all natural and organic and so far are doing wonders for my skin.

    The purely natural products do sound more reasonably priced though so I may give them a go, heading over to their site now - thanks!

    Have a great new year!


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