Suki Skincare

30 Jul

I’ve been given some samples of the Suki skincare line to try out and found that the products were superior in quality and show incredible results. Before I start writing my Suki review, here are a few things that I love about the line:

  • Their products are natural and include ingredients such as organic rice flour lemongrass, sage e extract, lemon, and green tea (on a side note many of their products are vegan).
  • It’s great for sensitive skin types.
  • All the ingredients are cruelty free.
  • They use as little plastic as possible (Did you read my post about dangerous ingredients in cosmetics yet?) which is a toxic chemical agent.
  • They write how long the product is good for before it expires on the packaging (everything reviewed here has a 12 month expiration date).
  • They use packaging that is environmentally friendly right down to the type of ink they use.
  • They did studies and found that 84% clinically tested show improvement in their skins overall appearance, 78% showed diminished fine lines and wrinkles, 81% said their skin became more toned and showed more clarity and 88% said that their skin became firmer, had an increase in moisture levels and increased in elasticity.
  • They support breast cancer action, joyful heart foundation, organic consumer’s association and many, many others.

Now I don’t know about you but I love purchasing from companies who not only provide phenomenal quality but support important institutions. It makes me feel like I’ve also done some good in the world. Now on with my…..

Suki Review

Suki Exfoliate Foaming Cleanser

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The company description for the Suki exfoliate foaming cleanser is that it’s “an award-winning, deep cleansing organic alpha hydroxy acid complexion rejuvenator”. They go on to say that what it does is “resurfaces skin, unclogs pores, exfoliates dead cells, smoothes”. The ingredients list includes organic:

  • sugar
  • lavender extract
  • lemongrass oil
  • seaweed
  • orange peel extract

When you first remove some of the exfoliating cleanser from the jar it feels stiff. However once you massage it in your hands, it turns into foam and then you can easily make circles with it on your skin. Although the sugar is large in size, it doesn’t irritate or scratch the skin at all and can easily be rinsed off. I actually saw the difference of how tired my skin looked before using this product and how beautiful, hydrated and soft it looked after just one use and have been a fan of it for over a year now. The fragrance is amazing and I love how the lemongrass wakes up my senses when I use it. I use it once a week and my skin has never looked better!

The Suki exfoliate foaming cleanser is sold for 32.95.

Suki Moisture Rich Cleansing Lotion

The company description for the Suki Moisture Rich Cleansing Lotion is that it’s a “gentle nourishing and hydrating mask cleanser that minimizes pore size, leaves a natural moisture base, removes dirt, dullness and impurities”. The ingredients list includes organic:

  • rose flower distillate
  • rosemary leaf distillate
  • sage leaf distillate
  • thyme leaf distillate
  • cocoa seed butter
  • oat extract
  • lavender oil
  • lemon peel oil
  • sunflower oil
  • orange oil extract

I use the Suki Moisture Rich Cleansing Lotion every day that I’m not using the foaming cleanser. As do all Suki products, it smells divine and is a great way to wake up your senses in the morning. It goes on smooth and totally clear so that I wouldn’t even be able tell that there is anything at all on your skin if it weren’t for the fragrance and a little bit of shine. After using it, my skin looked and felt smooth, soft and refreshed. I really don’t think it can get any better.

The Suki Moisture Rich Cleansing Lotion is sold for $29.95.

Suki Intensive Nourishing Cream

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This Suki moisturizer is described as “a densely hydrating, advanced tone-evening face moisturizer that evens tone without toxic bleaching, improves overall radiance, deeply hydrates & nourishes cells, fights free radicals, premature signs of visible aging & external stress”. The organic ingredients that you’ll find in this cream includes:

  • rose flower distillate
  • soybean oil
  • beeswax
  • jojoboa seed oil
  • grape seed oil
  • sunflower oil
  • coconut oil
  • rice bran oil
  • hazelnut oil
  • chamomile flower oil
  • lavender oil
  • rose flower oil
  • cocoa seed butter
  • shea butter oil
  • evening primrose oil
  • green tea leaf extract
  • aloe leaf

The Suki Intensive Nourishing Cream is designed for people who have all sorts of problematic skin conditions. In my case I have some redness in my cheeks which comes out in excessively hot or cold temperatures. This moisturizer absorbed into my skin quickly and it nourished my skin and gave it a beautiful overall radiance. You don’t have to use a lot even though it’s such a light weight cream. It actually feels very light on the skin so that you have breathability and comfort during the warmer months. If there’s one thing I hate it’s sweating out my moisturizer so this is definitely a go to summer moisturizer for me.

The moisturizer is sold for $60.95.

Suki Concentrated Nourishing Toner

The company describes this toner as “a potent antioxidant-rich, skin fortifying complexion tincture / tonic that restores strength & stability, fights free radicals & external stress, reduces premature signs of visible aging, prepares skin for the treatments & moisturizers that follow, restores skin’s natural ph”. The organic ingredients list includes:

  • shitake mushroom
  • rose flower distillate
  • green tea leaf extract
  • lavender oil
  • olive leaf extract
  • aloe leaf
  • rose hip
  • fruit extract
  • seaweed

After using it my skin felt taut and clean while retaining a nice healthy glow. I didn’t see much environmental residue left over on my skin in the morning but that really didn’t surprise me considering how well the cleansers worked. When I use it at night, however I see a lot more dirt than I care to admit on that cotton ball so I know that the toner is doing its job in making me look good. I also like to use it whenever I feel like I need to freshen up because it makes me feel clean and energized. Really the New York humidity sometimes kicks your booty and it’s nice to have a product to fall back on that you know will fight back.

The toner is sold for $29.95.

Suki Exfoliate Foaming Body Cleanser

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The company describes the Exfoliate Foaming Body Cleanser to be “a body version of our award-winning rejuvenating alpha hydroxy acid scrub that exfoliates dead cells, reduces blemishes & dry patches, unclogs pores, increases blood flow, smoothes bumps & imperfections”. The ingredients list is mostly the same as the face version.

Now you know that I love my sugar scrubs  so I tend to be very selective about which body scrubs I use. I found that the exfoliate foaming body cleanser is just as gentle as the one for the face. Although the sugar particles are large, they treat your skin with the utmost of gentleness. It always leaves my skin feeling squeaky clean and since I use it weekly I can see my skin transform from dull to healthy and baby soft after using it. My skin tends to be somewhere between normal and dry so once a week is enough for me but if you have very dry skin I think that it can be used twice a week (you may want to check this out with the company though).

Suki Velvet Moisturizing Cream

The company describes this body cream as a “a hydrating, aroma-therapeutic hand & body moisturizer that smoothes away bumps & dryness, soothes redness, irritation & discomfort, creates soft, smooth, sensuous skin all over”. Ingredients include:

  • rose flower oil
  • grape seed oil
  • sunflower oil
  • soybean oil
  • grapefruit oil
  • lavender oil
  • apricot oil
  • cocoa seed butter
  • shea seed butter
  • rose hips
  • fruit extract
  • green tea leaf extract

The Suki Velvet Moisturizing Cream isn’t thick or greasy at all but it does deliver a lot of moisture. It quickly absorbs into my skin and the lemony fragrance lasts for at least an hour. I especially like that the softening effects of the cream are still noticeable when I wake up in the morning after I’d applied it the night before. It goes to show how much power this cream has.

This moisturizer is sold for $29.95.

Would I buy any of these products in the future? Of course! I’ve been using some of them regularly for over a year now and plan to keep at it for years to come. If you’re looking for a great organic skincare product or if you just want to try something new I highly recommend Suki. Not sure where to start? Check out their award winning skincare page for a few ideas. To learn more about the line and see which products are good for your skin type head on over to Suki Skincare.

 

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22 Responses to “Suki Skincare”

  1. lola July 30, 2012 at 4:25 pm #

    I have used Suki for years– it’s an extraordinary line!
    lola recently posted..Youngblood Lipstick in Blushing Nude (Fall 2012 Pre-Release)- Swatches & ReviewMy Profile

    • Aleya July 30, 2012 at 6:59 pm #

      I agree. I love each and every one of their products.

  2. Moxie August 3, 2012 at 12:58 am #

    Great to read your review about Suki!!
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    • Aleya August 3, 2012 at 3:47 pm #

      Happy that you like it Moxie!

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