Nourish Balance Skincare

Tuesday, 8 October 2013

I'm always on the look-out for undiscovered skincare ranges, particularly over the last year when I've begun taking a real interest in what I put on my skin and have been a lot more open to trying different brands. I was recently sent a couple of products from Nourish Skincare, a brand I hadn't previously heard of. After some research online I was really excited about the prospect of trying this skincare brand - it's affordable, aimed for lots of different skin types and is extremely organic. I tend to find the more natural the product, the better, so I had high hopes for this skincare range.

As I suffer with oily skin, I was sent a couple of products from the 'Balance' range to try out. First up - I love that this range is titled 'Balance' - purely because that is exactly what oily or combination skin needs. Whereas a lot of skincare brands tend to go full-force into stripping the skin of oil, resulting in more oil being produced, Nourish understands that the key to banishing oily skin is to keep it as balanced as possible. I was given the Nourish Balance Peptide Serum and Nourish Balance Refining Toning Mist to trial, both of which are packed full of natural minerals and vitamins, perfect for giving my skin the boost it so desperately needs.

I have to say, I'm suitably impressed with both of these products. I've been looking for a serum that targets my skin type for a while now and I really love how the Peptide Serum makes my skin feel. The Toning Mist is brilliant for refreshing my skin and waking me up in the morning - a few spritzes and I'm good to go. Both products have a gorgeous apple scent and I love how they are full of skincare goodness, with vitamins that help reduce sebum production, as well as some to protect the skin from free radicals.

Overall I am really pleased with the Nourish Balance range and it's definitely a welcome addition to my skincare collection. I know that it is doing my skin a lot of good and I've definitely seen an improvement since using both the products. I'd definitely recommend looking into the Nourish skincare range as they are really affordable products too - the toner comes in at £8.95, whilst the serum is £16.95.

Have you tried Nourish skincare before? Let me know what you think!