I found a cleanser that I just fell in love with instantly. I haven’t stopped using the Tropika Coconut Cleansing Oil since the first try.
Having a great cleanser that is suitable for your skin type is so important and forms the foundation of an effective skin care routine. Having skin that is clean and comfortable prevents breakouts and allows your serum and moisturiser to work more effectively.
I have sensitive skin so I have to be cautious when trying new products as I can easily breakout or get redness. As you probably know by now I always favour products with natural ingredients (less toxins!), however some natural products are sadly just not as effective.
That’s why I am so excited to find a cleansing oil that is natural and that gives amazing results too. I use it at night time and it melts away every bit of my makeup and leaves the skin soft, smooth and clear. No oiliness at all!
It contains nourishing virgin coconut oil and olive which both are amazing for the skin.
Virgin Coconut oil– is a superior form of coconut oil as the way it’s produced keeps more of the ‘good stuff’ in, so skin is healthy and rejuvenated. It contains proteins that contribute to cellular health and tissue repair. Highly nourishing and moisturising to the skin. Anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties help to keep the skin clear and blemish free.
Olive oil– Non pore clogging, contains three major antioxidants: vitamin E, polyphenols, and phytosterols which work to prevent premature ageing.
To use you add 3-4 drops on your face then add some water and massage to remove every trace of makeup and dirt. It smells amazing too, so using it is a real pampering treat.
As Tropika products are so natural they also have a range of Mum/Mum-to-be and baby products (Mums Spa and Little Spa), which also look really nice.
The cleansing oil is £17.99 and is available from www.tropika.co.uk
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