Purity Organic Skincare – Regenerating Overnight Moisturiser

Purity Organic Skincare – Regenerating Overnight Moisturiser
Suffering with hyper sensitive skin, like most my skin care reviews have mentioned, I have to be super careful of what I put on my skin.

I was glad to try the Purity range as I am becoming increasingly aware I need to be wearing moisturiser but have yet managed to find one that suits my skin and needs. 




Purity Organic Skincare is a British brand, conceived and created to bring intelligent, sustainable and organic beauty to each and every one of us. Purity Organic Skincare is EcoCert certified, with 98% of the ingredients of natural origin and an average of 82% of the ingredients processed from organic farming.
Purity Organic Skincare is transparent regarding its ingredient policy and its brand philosophy encourages you to make informed choices about your skincare. 
Purity Organic Skincare has launched exclusively in 400 Superdrug stores nationwide – the company’s first ever certified organic skincare range. All products are fragrance-free and suitable for sensitive skin. Purity Organic Skincare is an affordable range that can be used everyday, redressing the “elitist” barrier often associated with organic skincare brands. The products are priced from £4.99 to £8.99.

I have been trying both the night time and day time moisturisers. I am not so keen on the day one and have experienced a little discomfort whilst wearing but the night time one? Oh I love this!

Firstly, the consistency of this product is quite unusual as it feels more like a body butter than a traditional moisturiser which I quite like as it feels like I’m giving my face a good massage whilst applying it. It doesn’t contain any scent or aroma which I absolutely love and is a big bonus for me. Because it’s not a lotion it doesn’t take an age to sink in and it gives a pretty matte finish which is great if you don’t want to look like a grease monster for your fella at bed time!!

I apply this just after removing all my make up and cleansing on a night time, generously smothering my thirsty skin in it before bed. I usually still feel the effects of the moisturiser by the time I wake up in the morning with plumped up, hydrated skin.

If my skin is still feeling a bit lack lustre and dry, I apply a tiny tiny amount of it post cleansing and pre make up which lasts me the day long.

I know I’m probably committing a cardinal sin by wearing night creams during the day but when you find something so right for your skin, does it really matter what the label says?

I have been using this for a few weeks now and I really can tell on the days I skip it, to act as a controlled comparison.

You can buy the Purity Regenerating Overnight Moisturiser HERE priced £7.99 for 50ml.

Have you used a product in a way it’s not meant to? Have you seen Purity in Superdrug?

1 Comment

  1. 6th December 2011 / 3:50 pm

    i started getting this range over a year ago in Superdrug as it was literally the only facewash in htere i could use as i dont use SLS. its a great range, fantastic for sensitive skins and well priced for organic products!

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