Review | Dr. Organic Skincare products

Review | Dr. Organic Skincare products
I am always searching for new products when it comes to skin care and makeup, so on my last trip to Holland & Barrett i came across an organic brand with an amazing wide range of products. I’ve read about the brand on a few blogs and youtube channels and i was quite interested in trying it myself. I have really dry hands as i use alcohol gel various times during the day and puffy eyes when i wake up as i don’t sleep much, i always have a hard time to find products that really suit my skin type as i cannot really define which type of skin i have because it always varies.
Dr. Organic is a big brand that i was not aware of until a few weeks ago, apparently they have loads of awards and stuff. Oh well, they use mostly Aloe Vera in their products but they also use a variety of organic plant oils, butters and extracts to create the perfect natural skin care products. They sell a big range of hair, body and oral care products that are both skin and environmentally friendly. How cool is that?
The brand claims that this hand cream is an intensive, antioxidant and protective cream, with all natural ingredients that include: Organic Manuka Honey, Aloe Vera, Olive Oil, Propolis, Sunflower Oil and Vitamin E. If it has those exact ingredients i do not know, but what i do know is that it is freaking amazing. It leaves my hand really soft but not sticky a greedy, it helps a ot with my cuticles of my nails as they are always really dry. I’m not too keen on the smell, it is supposed to smell like honey but i’m not sure if that is what i smell like after using the cream, if you know what i mean. Though i am not a fan of the scent which i supposed it’s all because of not having any perfume on it, i love the cream in nearly all ways possible. I must say it costed 5.99£ pretty good for a hand/nail cream and a little goes a long way and i think i’m gonna stick with it.
This blog post was not sponsored in any way and the pictures were taken by me.
I soo sleep deprived at the moment that ou cant even image. Long story but i’ll make it short, there were exams, placement evaluations, bad mattress, weird stuff in life and me pushing my own strings that i haven’t slept much for a long long time. Oh well so i bought this lovely eye rescue because my eyes were just puffy with to big dark circles underneath, how lovely. hahaha Anyway, the first time i tried this rollerball it was hell a weird because it makes it tingle, but weirdly enough i kinda liked it. 
The formula comprises Dead Sea Mineral Salts with organic extracts, oils and Probiotic stressed yeast extract with Rhodiola Rosea and Betaine Isolate. No clue what hell those things are but they work, they address fine lines around my eyes, and my puffy dark eyes just disappear within minutes. It is slightly more expensive than the cream, it costs 8.99£ but i dont even consider it expensive at all.
The review is based on what i truly feel about the product in relation to my type of skin. These particular ones may not apply to your skin type but they create different products according to the various skin types and needs. The brand has their own blog and a website, give it a peep.

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