Tuesday, 21 November 2017

Review: Poppy's Natural Skincare

I always believe if you look after your skin well then you don't need to spend so much money on expensive makeup to hide the damage. So when Poppy's Natural Skincare said they would send me a few products to try it filled me with excitement to discover additions to my skincare routine. 
Founder, Poppy has always had a passion for natural and organic skincare. She has a background in Molecular Cell Biology which has helped her to create her amazing skincare line which is suitable for all skin types and which helps to address a variety of skin conditions. All of the ingredients in the range are natural and are packed full of healing properties such as essential fatty acids, Vitamin E and anti-inflammatory compounds helping to restore the skin to its glowing self. 

I live a busy working life full of meetings and commuting which takes it toll on my poor skin. I have also got a bunch of stretch marks (well I call them tiger stripes because they show how fierce I am!) due to my drastic change in body size over the years. I do not let these marks, bumps or scars define me, but it's always nice to discover new products to help improve my skins appearance. 

I have been testing Poppy's Natural Skincare products for almost 3 weeks now and I've definitely noticed a distinct improvement to my skin. I have been using the Super Nourishing Face oil which contains organic Chia seed and Rosehip oil. These ingredients are perfect for my Combination skin to protect against ageing, Free Radicals and packed full of vitamins and minerals to bring luminousity to my complexion. I used a few drops daily before moisturising as a treatment to my skin. Additionally I have be slathering the Super Hydrating Lib Balm in Voluptuous Vanilla which left my lips feeling luscious and ready for applying my favourite lip shade. 
I have also been using the Stretch Mark Body Butter containing Cocoa Butter, Avocado and Rosehip oil, Neroli and Helichrysum. This light and nourishing whipped butter helped reduce the redness of my stretch marks and scars due to the penetrating and vitamin rich ingredients it includes. I applied the butter liberally daily after showering, it really helped me get glowing and soft skin! Couldn't recommend enough, especially for these cold winter months. 

I urge you all to go and try some products from Poppy's range, the website is linked here. Poppy is one of the sweetest and most hard working women I have had the pleasure to work with. Her entire journey started with the wish to cure her sons eczema using nature, which is something she has achieved so well! I love supporting ethical and small businesses like Poppy and I cant wait to see hers grow. 

Love Ciandra x 

*This review is not sponsored in any way, all opinions are my own*



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