Friday, 1 September 2017

Ihana Skincare Beri-Activ Cleansing Gel & Hydrating Day Cream

I've been testing out two products (a full size and a sample size)* from Ihana Skincare which is exclusive to Only Naturals. The range is hand crafted in the UK, certified natural and uses bioactive ingredients wild harvested in the Arctic Tundra and Boreal forest of Northern Scandinavia.

The Beri-Activ Cleansing Gel* (50ml - £20) is a gel to milk formulation which deeply cleanses the skin, unclogging pores and easily removing dirt and daily grime. Organic Apricot Kernel and Sweet Almond oils draw out impurities, anti-inflammatory Heather Flower extract soothes, Meadowsweet extract tones and Ihana's signature Beri-Activ Antioxidant complex (which contains Cloudberry, Cranberry, Bilberry, Lingonberry, Raspberry, Blackcurrant and Sea Buckthorn) helps with skin brightening, conditioning, anti-aging, UV-B and UV-C protection, anti-inflammatory, elasticity and cell regeneration.

To use:  Apply the gel to dry skin, massaging onto the skin before adding a small amount of water which turns the cleanser into a silky milk. Wash off with warm water or use a muslin cloth for best results.

I'm a huge fan of sample sizes which are great to try before you buy or for holidays. Ihana Skincare offer a selection of these which you can see HERE. I've been testing out the Beri-Active Hydrating Day Cream* (5ml - £5) which is a rich but easily absorbed cream which is formulated with Beri-Activ Antioxidant complex, Organic Cranberry Fruit Water, Organic Rosewater, Organic Camellia Seed and Argan oils which nourish, soothe and hydrate the skin. Organic Rosehip Seed extract helps with cell renewal and Hyaluronic Acid firms and plumps. The cream has a beautiful scent. It's fragranced with Organic Rose Otto and Rosewood essential oils. 

To use: apply to your face and neck after cleansing.

I've been really impressed with both of these products. I'd say the day cream just slightly has the edge! Have you used any Ihana Skincare products before? If so, what are your favourites?

*complimentary - my post contains two affiliate links

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