Sunday, 17 August 2014

Thea Skincare Brand Review

After responding to a call on Twitter for beauty bloggers by Thea Skincare, I was sent three samples from their Fruit Enzyme range - a Crème Cleanser, Exfoliator, and Crème Moisturiser. This brand has won the Skinsmatters Gold Award, Green Parent Beauty award and are vegan and cruelty free, with none of their products having been tested on animals. All products are free from parabens, phthalate, sulphate, artificial fragrances, and  petroleum based ingredients.

The products mentioned in this review can be bought separately or as part of a starter set (which also includes a toner) for £32.95. Individually, they cost between £20-£30 which, whilst fairly expensive compared to other similar products, is affordable considering they are of a more high-end quality. Unsurprisingly, these products all had a fruity, citrusy scent (particularly the cleanser). Thea Skincare recommends them for all skin types, excepting hyper-sensitive skin and I did not experience any breakouts or irritation after using them.

Creme Cleanser - £21.95 for a 100ml bottle
I found that this cleanser quickly and easily removed my makeup although removing my mascara was a little more of a struggle. However, in the past I would always need to use a separate eye makeup remover so I am pretty impressed that this cleanser was able to remove both my eye and face makeup. It didn't remove my makeup quite as well as the Balance Me Cleanse and Smooth Face Balm which I recently reviewed, however I found the consistency to be much easier to work with and take off of my face.

Exfoliator - £24.95 for a 50ml tub
This exfoliator was probably my favourite of the products I was sent. In the past, I've found facial exfoliators to contain very little exfoliating beads and thus really fail at scrubbing off dead and dry skin. However, this was not at all the case with this one which left my skin feeling noticeably soft and smoother after only one use. Despite this the beads are not too harsh as they are quite fine, although I would advise those with very sensitive skin to be gentle when using this product.

Creme Moisturiser - £29.95 for a 100ml bottle
As someone that can get quite dry skin due to wearing foundation on a daily basis, I found this product to leave my skin moisturised and soft. It has a good consistency and soaks well into the skin without leaving it feeling oily or shiny.
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  1. Fruit Enzymes sound so appealing to me, I'm not sure why :P But those look really good and the packaging is soo nice! Thanks for the review!

    Every Day In Grace

  2. Such a lovely post dear, really enjoyed reading it!

    Much love xxx

  3. I've never heard of the brand but the products sound nice :) xx

    Gemma //

  4. This is a brand I haven't heard of but it sounds fab! I would definitely be interested in trying them out as they sound quite gentle on the skin x

    Mapped Out | Fashion, Beauty, Lifestyle

  5. I've never heard of this brand before, the exfoliator sounds lovely! xx

  6. They sound wonderful, if a little pricey! Ethical though!

  7. I am just trying this out at the moment & love it, glad to see someone else enjoying it xxx

    Blonde of Carbs

  8. I emailed them and they responded.. I don't know if they would ship to the US though haha... I love that they are a natural skincare brand though :)

    Arianne |

    1. also, those samples look pretty big!

  9. Thanks for this review :-*

  10. Great review :) I love your blog and I have followed you with Bloglovin and GFC, if you ever get a chance to check out my blog I would be delighted, thanks! Best wishes.

    Camille xo

  11. Great article with unimaginable tips. I always take care of my eyes with Sakare's anti-wrinkle eye cream. It really proved helpful to reduce my dark circle and wrinkles.


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