Brand Spotlight & Review: Sanre Organics Skinfood.

SANRE ORGANIC SKINFOOD PRODUCT REVIEWSanre Organics is a US based mother and daughter owned company. They are a vegan and cruelty-free company and source all of their products organically. Their products are ethically sourced and sustainably made. They carry a variety of products including face cleansers, exfoliating scrubs, masks, moisturizers, eye creams and even body moisturizers.

I love them because:

  1. They are 100% toxic free. All their products are organic. 
  2. They have products suitable for pretty much all skin types.
  3. Produce small batch products which increase the quality of the products you’re getting.
  4. They are committed to preserving the planet. So their products are packaged in recyclable glass containers. They also reuse and recycle their shipment and packaging materials.
  5. Everything you need to know about their products is on their website. You really don’t need to go through a needle hole to find ingredients listings etc. It’s all listed on their website boldly.
  6. The ingredients list for each product is so minimal and written in words you can understand. There are no scientific jargons and you don’t need to go through an entire online encyclopedia to decipher each ingredient and its benefits. 
  7. I also absolutely love their customer service. I had to exchange a product and they guided me through the return process which was fairly easy. They wanted to be sure that I was satisfied with my purchase and their products and that was evident in their responses.

Now on to the products that I’ve tried from their brand.

Vivacious Aloe Facial Purifying Cleanser ($29.99/3.9 oz)

Sanre oRGANICS SKINFOOD FACIAL PURIFYING CLEANSER REVIEW

This was one of the first “truly organic” face washes I have tried. It is very mild yet effective. This product is great for oily/combination skin types. It is oil based, does not lather upon application and has a very soft creamy texture like a cleansing balm. I found it to be very gentle and hydrating.

Benefits according to Sanre: “Gently lifts and dissolves makeup residue and impurities with a cleansing and protein-enriched castile soap base. Tones and refreshes, while lightly hydrating the skin with aloe and herbal emollients. “ 

Other than the castile soap, purified water, and aloe vera gel, the other ingredients are all essential oils. 

I loved just how non-drying it is even on days when I used it 2x/day. My experience with most purifying cleansers is just how drying they often are. This one was different. This cleanser contains a lot of healing, soothing, calming and anti-inflammatory ingredients which does make it suitable for oily and acne prone skin types.

Hibiscus Pure Gentle Exfoliating Cleanser ($27.99/2oz)

SANRE ORGANIC SKINFOOD HIBISCUS PURE REVIEWAt first, when I got this, I wasn’t sure if it’s a scrub to use 2-3 x per week or a cleanser for everyday use. It’d be nice if this is specified on the website at least. I use this 2x a week in place of my cleanser. Works for me. 

Benefits according to Sanre: “Gently exfoliates the skin and infuses with active vitamins, while also deeply hydrating and helping to stimulate collagen production, all to refine and even skin tone.” Also “Softly exfoliates and vitally infuses skin”.  It does exfoliate, but idk about softly. LOL. I found the exfoliating particles to be fairly rough. I mean, they were like chunky stones that you could feel as you massage it in. You really need to be super gentle with this one. However, I do love how soft and hydrated my skin feels after using this. I don’t have a big problem with uneven skin tone so it’s hard to verify this part of the claim.

Again I really do love their ingredients. This one does contain french clay which helps remove impurities. It contains Orange Essential oil which balances skin pH. Also contains anti-inflammatory, purifying, healing and calming properties.

This really did give me a soft skin. I must say tho, it gets quite messy when I rinsed it out. The clay and exfoliating bits (or whatever that is) was literally everywhere. So be careful with this one. Other than that, great cleanser. 

Aloe Vera Day Cream ($29.99 1.1 oz.)

SANRE ORGANIC SKINFOOD SPARKLING ALOE REVIEWThis is an antioxidant and balancing moisturizer. It is very lightweight and is curated for oily/combination and acne prone skin type. 

Benefits according to Sanre:A light, hydrating cream with organic Aloe Vera that helps balance sebaceous activity while providing sun exposure protection. This moisturizer has soothing properties, minimizes sensitivity, and helps restore moisture and elasticity. Natural antiseptic moisturizer.”

This moisturizer comes in two forms: one with SPF 30 and one without. I first ordered the one with SPF and didn’t like how white I looked after. So I exchanged it for the one without SPF. It contains ingredients that are rich in vitamin A and C which are good for preserving and revitalizing skin. Also, it has astringent properties from some of the essential oil ingredient. It’s Anti-inflammatory rich ingredients make it great for acne problems. Oh, the lemon essential oil ingredient makes it a good for enlarged pores.

The ingredients on this one include oils, beeswax, hazelnut oil, purified water, aloe vera gel, jojoba oil, safflower oil, orange extract, citrus extract.

This cream is oil based which I don’t necessarily like. Even though it contains oils that are great for oily skin and won’t clog pores or leave you oily, I just don’t like the thought of applying it to my face (personal preference).

A little goes a long way with this product, LITERALLY. You only need a small amount. I applied smaller than a pea size and massaged it in, it kept my face very hydrated, supple looking and naturally radiant- no greasiness. Anything more than a pea sized will leave you quite greasy (trust me, I tried it). 

With that being said tho, I will not be using this product during the summer months. I think it will be great for me in the winter when my face is a lot drier.

Plantain & Honey Soothing Mask ($32.99/2 oz)

SANRE ORGANIC PLANTAIN PURITY PLANTAIN & HONEY MASKThis has become a favorite of mine. I love this stuff! I first tried this mask on the day of my friend’s wedding when I forgot my other favorite mask and was shocked by how clean and pure my face looked after one use. 

Benefits according to Sanre: “An antioxidant clay mask with active enzymes, which gently helps to remove dead skin cells, absorb essential oils, cleanse pores, and stimulates circulation. Aids to firm, soothe and regenerate stressed skin.”

I currently use this mask at least 2x/week and I love how my skin feels after use. It works very well for oily/combination skin.

Full Ingredients: honey, coconut oil, plantain powder, aloe vera gel, French clay, citrus extract, lavender oil, rosemary oil, jasmine oil and lemon oil.

I haven’t noticed this to shrink my pores but it does cleanse them as they claim. My skin really feels super clean and radiant! For the quality of ingredient, I find this to be very affordable and a mask I want to always have.

Overall, I do like this brand. I love their mission to provide quality organic skincare products to everyone while doing so sustainably and ethically. They obviously are very knowledgeable of essential oils and all the oils they include in the products. What I love is that everyone with any skin type can find something that works for them from this brand. And their products are all quite affordable for the quality of ingredients. I will totally support this brand again and repurchase some of my favorites from them. I will do another review of the day cream when I pull it back out in the winter time. 

This is a brand I will gladly support! Do give them a shot!. This post is not sponsored. 

xo, Asaake!

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4 Comments

  1. July 24, 2017 / 11:10 am

    Looks pretty cool! Wonder if they give out any free samples to try out before you purchase…

    • Asaake
      July 24, 2017 / 1:19 pm

      They have a sample set that cost $7.99. I believe you could contact them to request other samples? I’ve never done this but I’d assume they’d be willing

      • July 24, 2017 / 2:52 pm

        Alright thanks!

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