Natural beauty and well-being

13 December 2012

Skin Blossom Nourishing Face Moisturiser

Although I am still in love with Evolve beauty cream (see review here), I decided to try something else as a moisturising cream for the face and did an order at Naturissimo (thanks for the free delivery by the way).
While living in London UK, I heard about a british natural skincare company called Skin Blossom. Created in 2008, I knew that the company offers affordable and simple products without the "extra fuss".

Product description: nourishing face moisturiser
Certified: yes (Soil association)
For: normal and sensitive skin
Presentation: flacon
Texture: rich emulsion
Prince: £5.90 for 50 ml

My opinion

The white and onctuous cream is preserved in a very cute and hygienic flacon. I apply 1 or 2 pumps every morning onto a cleansed face. Quite rich, the moisturiser get absorbed well, and the skin is really left calmed and hydrated. It is really perfect to use when the weather is cold, but I would find the texture too rich in summertime.

The cream composition is quite simple (which I like!): water + a few botanical actives + a few emulsifiers (which create the texture of the cream). The main active ingredients of this cream are glycerin, jojoba oil and shea butter. Packed with vitamins and nutrients, these organically grown natural compounds help to maintain or re-balance the skin hydration level.
This moisturiser is paraben and phenoxyethanol free. The preservatives used (benzyl alcohol, tocopherol, sodium benzoate) are the ones authorized by the Soil Association guidelines.

In terms of the smell, I am not too sure whether or not I like. Perhaps is it too neutral? or not enough flowery?...not sure what it is, but I do not really have the "waoh" factor in terms of aroma.

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To summarize, I think this moisturiser represents a very good purchase: clean composition, good hydrating properties and great value for money.

... does its job!

Overall rating: 7.5/10

Composition: aqua (water), glycerin*, glyceryl stearate, cetearyl alcohol, cetyl palmitate, cocoglycerides, Simmondsia chinensis (jojoba) oil, stearic acid, Butyrospermum parkii (shea) butter*, dehydroacetic acid, benzyl alcohol, Aloe barbadensis (aloe vera) leaf juice powder*, tocopherol, sodium benzoate, Perlagonium graveolens (rose geranium) flower oil*, Cananga odorata (Ylang Ylang) flower oil*
*certified as organically grown

Have you ever tried Skin Blossom range? what do you think?


  1. Hello :) How are you? Long time since your last post, i have missed u hihi
    the creams that are glycerin based are not my very best friends i like more oil and butter ones but seems nice, maybe for the summer?
    i would like a lot to try the evolve one

    kisses <3333

    1. Thank you miss for your sweet message. I am sorry, I am very behind everything..i hope to be able to catch up soon! Thanks for your comment.
      The Evolve one is nice! I really like it. They have new products thta I would like to try too :-)
      A bientot!

    2. i hope you're fine :) I don't know i didnt recieve your updates. I will safe the page in my fav ^^
      big hugs from italy

  2. I like the idea of the range because of basic core products. I really dislike the smell of this moisturiser. It's a bit herbal or medicinal, I kept thinking of TPC?

    1. Hey Sarah, I do a agree with you on that is a bit a shame...maybe they will improve the formulation/scent , who knows!

  3. I with Bambi about the Glycerin. Prefer oils and butters. I tried the Body Wash from Skinblossom. Quit nice bur maybe on the dry side for my skin.
    Happy Holidays in advance. ;-)

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  5. Hi Mademoiselle Nature, have you ever reviewed any cosmetic products certified by Nature et Progres (France)? I was told several times while visiting France that N&P is the strictest certification standard in France. What is your opinion?


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