Puretopia was one of those brands that I liked the look of, but didn't really reconsider up until recently. I was given the chance to try two products from them recently, and I thought I'd share my thoughts on these with you beauties today!
I was given the Whisk Away Rehydrating and Moisturising Creamy Face Cleanser and the Sleep and Renew Replenishing and Firming Night Face Moisturise, and it's definitely given me a good insight into the brand!
If you're looking for a cleanser that lathers up and creates tons of bubbles, then this isn't the one for you. However, if you're after a cleanser that feels smooth and creamy against your skin, and smells of roses, and also leaves your face soft and silky, then this is it!
This comes in a 125ml flip top tube, and has the usual Puretopia colours, involving a white background with a black foreground and pretty pastel colours for the words. This makes my skin feel both cleansed and moisturised at the same time, and the first thing you notice when you open up the tube is just how gorgeous the rose scent is. This little baby retails for $9.99, and is extremely affordable!
My only complaint is that I wish it came in some sort of a pump bottle instead!
The Sleep and Review Replenishing and Firming Night Face Moisturiser comes in a pump bottle, and retails for $14.99 for a 50ml bottle. This is meant to be infused with vitamins and oils and be suitable for all skin types. This is a very easy moisturiser to use, and my skin is loving it at the moment!
This doesn't feel heavy on my skin, and it gets absorbed very quickly, which makes it a bit of a winner for me.
Whisk Away; Sleep and Renew
One of the best things about Puretopia is that this is a cruelty free brand, and it works well on my skin. Puretopia is currently on sale at Priceline at 40% off, so RUN to Priceline and get something from the range today!
Thanks to my introduction to the brand, I've actually bought their face scrub and love it (it's going to run out very soon!), and I'm thinking of getting their mud mask too!
Have you tried anything from Pureotopia before? Any recommendations from it?
*These products were provided for my consideration.