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3.9

35 products

535 reviews

73% would repurchase

Recent Sukin Reviews

Moisturizers -Sukin -Sensitive Facial Moisturiser

on 2/19/2018 1:24:00 PM

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I love the Sensitive skin cream cleanser and Normal hydrating toner from Sukin. Cheap and gentle with natural ingredients.
Im using this moisturiser to help heal my benzoyl peroxide allergic reaction facial disaster which gave me many deep painful cystic acne on my cheeks and 7 deep pimples on my nose.
I put on a thin layer on my entire face and dob generous amounts on the pimples to create a moisture barrier which seems to help it heal faster and not dry out leaving less scarring. But the moisturiser may also be too rich for my skin and giving me a few small pimples. Will keep using until I find another HG like my Sebamed Clear Skin Gel which has no side effects but was just not hydrating enough.



Cleansers -Sukin -Sensitive Cleansing Gel

on 2/19/2018 1:17:00 PM

This review is for the Sensitive skin Cleansing Cream. Love it! My HG! It is gentle like cetaphil but does not give me clogged pores. It also does not sting my sensitive and acne prone face like the Physiogel cleanser. I usually double cleanse, first with an organic facial foam which can be drying, then with this to soothe and moisturise my skin. I then use the Sukin hydrating toner and Sensitive facial moisturiser. So much more affordable than my previous HG Dermalogica.

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Toners -Sukin -Hydrating Mist Toner

on 2/19/2018 1:10:00 PM

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Love this toner. Very calming and natural with only a few ingredients. I have sensitive acne prone skin and I am using the Sukin sensitive cream cleanser and moisturiser which does not have a toner in that range.
Great value for money and easy to use pump bottle. I also tried it on my dog who has sensitive skin and she tolerated it better than other natural pet moisturising mists. Love! Will buy again!

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Moisturizers -Sukin -Facial Moisturiser

on 2/11/2018 4:45:00 AM

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I have dry,dehydrated skin. This is a moisturiser which claims to have all of the good oils aand stuffs in the ingredients. But sadly this does nothing to hydrate my skin! leaves a white weird residue. It has a 5/10 moisturising property. if you extremely oily skin only then I would suggest this for a morning moisturiser. DONT.WASTE.YOUR.MONEY

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Cleansers -Sukin -Cream Cleanser

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A surprise favourite, bought by accident - I broke my tube of a foaming cleanser and I thought I should get something in a more comfortable packaging = a pump. This was very good price and the packaging was right for my needs so off I popped it in my Boots basket.

The bottle is TINY, the product is only 125 ml. It is a white cream, not too thick but not too runny either. It smells like an orange desert and when you read the ingredients list the fragrance indeed comes from orange peel oil and vanilla. It reminds me a lot my favourite body balm from Aesop.

I only use it as my morning cleanser and I'll use only one pump. This way it should be more economic thought the content of the bottle goes down really fast. I usually wash it off with just water - it is really nice that it rinses off clean and does not leave any residue but skin does not feel stripped afterwards. Sometimes when I feel like my skin needs a little more gentle treatment I'll use a washcloth with it and use it as a second cleanse in the evening too. For cold, windy winter and for my parched skin it is a very pleasant product to use. Additional surprise was that it really cleanses the pores on my nose.

Why will I not buy it again? Mainly because this bottle with a regular use twice a day would last me 3 weeks max (last tube of a Clinique face wash I had for a YEAR!) and I sadly cannot recycle it in Scotland. I'm planning to pour my usual face cleanser (foaming one) and prolong its usability that way. Sukin should really pack the products in glass bottles if they want to be that good for the planet. I would honestly not mind paying more as otherwise it is a really great product for a winter, dehydrated skin.

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