Acure Organics

Acure Organics

Acure Organics is a personal care product company founded by Kristy Guerra in 2011. The products for skin, body and hair are all manufactured with cruelty-free, vegan, organic ingredients. Acure also offers supplements on their website.

https://www.acureorganics.com/
Overall rating
4.0
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70%
would repurchase
4.0
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Overall rating
70%
would repurchase

Recent Acure Organics Reviews

Brightening Facial Scrub
5.0
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2 days ago

I definitely recommend this product. First of all it smells really good. It has a unique texture, kind of on the thicker side but once you wet your fingers, it spreads well on your skin. It rinses well and leaves my skin soft and smooth, and I always feel that my skin looks a little glowy after using it. I have purchased it multiple times and have also purchased their rejuvenating facial scrub and love it as well.

Brightening Facial Scrub
5.0
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2 days ago

I definitely recommend this product. First of all it smells really good. It has a unique texture, kind of on the thicker side but once you wet your fingers, it spreads well on your skin. It rinses well and leaves my skin soft and smooth, and I always feel that my skin looks a little glowy after using it. I have purchased it multiple times and have also purchased their rejuvenating facial scrub and love it as well.


Dry Shampoo
5.0
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6 days ago

Used to use Batiste for Brunette hair but it's $8 a can, would run out within one week because I use dry shampoo on the daily, and it would leave horrible color residue that would drip or look weird when I sweat, get rain water on my hair and it would gunk up my shower and sleeping caps! Enter Acure: I got the original "light" version off of amazon for $8 and wow! My hair is left so soft, no residue anywhere, zero white cast and this bad boy lasts me a whole month and a half before I need to repurchase!

Dry Shampoo
5.0
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6 days ago

Used to use Batiste for Brunette hair but it's $8 a can, would run out within one week because I use dry shampoo on the daily, and it would leave horrible color residue that would drip or look weird when I sweat, get rain water on my hair and it would gunk up my shower and sleeping caps! Enter Acure: I got the original "light" version off of amazon for $8 and wow! My hair is left so soft, no residue anywhere, zero white cast and this bad boy lasts me a whole month and a half before I need to repurchase!

Radically Rejuvenating Whipped Night Cream

I have extremely acne-prone skin and have been using Differin for a couple of years now, so my skin is also dry and sensitive. Finding moisturizers that neither burn on application nor cause breakouts has been a multi-year struggle for me. I have found a hydrating serum that works and a heavy occlusive night cream that works, but my skin with that routine gets incredibly dry in winter and oily in the summer. I've been looking for a medium-weight moisturizer for a LONG time now that will keep my skin from drying out in winter and allow me to forgo a thick occlusive in the summer. Most spreadable, cosmetically elegant moisturizers contain silicones, which are a huge acne trigger for me. I was drawn to this Acure cream specifically because it's silicone-free. It is definitely one of the pricier products I've ever tried, but I love that it comes in a tube instead of a jar. I've never tried the DE Protini moisturizer so I can't speak to how this product compares to it. The texture is thick and velvety. When you first apply, it kind of feels tacky and like it just sits on your skin, but after a few minutes it sinks in really nicely. I use this both morning and night and it doesn't make my skin oily during the day. This cream is fragrance-free, although it does have a bit of a medicinal scent to it. It doesn't feel irritating to my sensitive skin at all and doesn't break me out. The cream has kind of a plumping effect on my skin, which is a really nice bonus considering that I literally only bought it to make my skin feel less dry and wasn't expecting any other results. My skin looks really smooth since I started using this too - not sure if that's because of this cream being special, or if that's just the effect of my skin being more moisturized in general. Overall, I highly recommend trying this if you're sensitive to silicones or fragrance.

Radically Rejuvenating Whipped Night Cream
5.0
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15 days ago

I have extremely acne-prone skin and have been using Differin for a couple of years now, so my skin is also dry and sensitive. Finding moisturizers that neither burn on application nor cause breakouts has been a multi-year struggle for me. I have found a hydrating serum that works and a heavy occlusive night cream that works, but my skin with that routine gets incredibly dry in winter and oily in the summer. I've been looking for a medium-weight moisturizer for a LONG time now that will keep my skin from drying out in winter and allow me to forgo a thick occlusive in the summer. Most spreadable, cosmetically elegant moisturizers contain silicones, which are a huge acne trigger for me. I was drawn to this Acure cream specifically because it's silicone-free. It is definitely one of the pricier products I've ever tried, but I love that it comes in a tube instead of a jar. I've never tried the DE Protini moisturizer so I can't speak to how this product compares to it. The texture is thick and velvety. When you first apply, it kind of feels tacky and like it just sits on your skin, but after a few minutes it sinks in really nicely. I use this both morning and night and it doesn't make my skin oily during the day. This cream is fragrance-free, although it does have a bit of a medicinal scent to it. It doesn't feel irritating to my sensitive skin at all and doesn't break me out. The cream has kind of a plumping effect on my skin, which is a really nice bonus considering that I literally only bought it to make my skin feel less dry and wasn't expecting any other results. My skin looks really smooth since I started using this too - not sure if that's because of this cream being special, or if that's just the effect of my skin being more moisturized in general. Overall, I highly recommend trying this if you're sensitive to silicones or fragrance.