Nourish Skin Care

As someone who regularly suffers from dry skin, I love trying out new skin care products. Clarins tends to be my all time favourite, but it can sometimes be a little bit out of my budget just before Payday. I was recently asked by the lovely people at (link) if I would like to try one of their new Nourish skin care sets and having looked at the cute packaging of this Nourish dry skin boxset, I leaped at the opportunity. was launched in 2005 and derived from the "collaborative desires of like-minded people with a wish to provide excitement for customers and homes - beginning with natural products." The website stocks all organically made products including natural skincare, clothing and homeware.

Nourish skincare comes from ethically sourced ingredients which is great for people like me who suffer from sensitive skin and for those looking for an animal friendly skin care regime. Nourish skin care comes in four different categories: Radiance for normal skin, Balance for combination skin, Protect for dry skin and Relax for sensitive skin. I'm in the middle of three different skin types. I usually have rather normal skin, but I am prone to the odd dry skin flare up. I also suffer from slightly sensitivity when it comes to certain skin care products and I have to be careful what products I use.  As the winter weather is fast approaching us and the summer is fading away, I thought it would be best to try the Protect dry skin care set and try to prevent any damage before the summer ends.

The first product in the Nourish Protect box set (link) is the Refreshing Cleanser. The cleanser is light on the skin, smells of citrus fruits and leaves no excess grease when applied. I love the little pump bottle and how soft my skin felt after I used it for a few days. 

The second item in the boxset was the Toning Mist. Admittedly I don't use many toning mists despite owning quite a few, but I could get used to using this one. The citrus scent wakes me up first thing in the morning and leaves me feeling refreshed and like its sister products, it is easy to apply and seeps easily into the skin. 

The Hydrating Mosituriser was the next product I tried and although I liked it, it doesn't seem a good enough contender to replace my Clarins Hydraquench. The product is light and airy and makes my face really incredibly soft, but the softness does not last as much as my regular product which makes my face feel as smooth as a baby's bottom all day through. 

The final product in this giftset was Replenishing Peptide Serum (link). I love this serum as it smells like lemons and makes my face feel nourished first thing in the morning and last thing at night. The product contains lemon powder that helps cleanse the skin, Vitamin C which has antioxidant properties and Palmitoyl Tripeptide 5 which is an anti-ageing peptide known to iron out wrinkles. I know I'm not quite at that stage yet, but my face is looking smoother and clearer since using this product.



  1. I like the sound of the serum, I love to try things that have been recommended, thank you x

  2. Great review. The Hydrating Moisturiser sounds great. Which equivalent Clarins product do you use?

  3. I'll have to try it out sometime! Great review! Xo

  4. Great review :D It sounds good, i must look out for it sometime.


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