This post contains gifted items from Neek Skin Organics which have been marked in line with my disclaimer.
My skin in the winter months is honestly the worst. It needs all the moisture it can get and most days when I wake up it’s dry and dull so when I had the chance to try out a few products from Neek Skin Organics I couldn’t turn it down. I’ve been testing them out for the past few weeks and I’m excited to share my thoughts with you and how they have helped my skin.
We all know how much I love pretty packaging and can we just appreciate how gorgeous and pretty these are. Neek are an Australian vegan skincare brand who are also cruelty free which is something I look for more these days. They first brought out moisturising lip products which I’ll talk about later but they have recently launched the first couple of skincare products and I hope they’ll be bringing out more in the future.
My skin is sensitive and when I try out new skincare I need to make sure it’s not going to irritate my skin. Thankfully, Neek only uses natural ingredients. Firstly, the price point on the moisturiser is £18 for 75ml but for a skincare product which is cruelty free I honestly don’t think it’s too bad.
The moisturiser itself has a really light consistency and goes on to the skin really well. I know everyone says this but you really do only need a tiny amount as it goes a long way. It sinks into the skin really quickly which is good because if im in a rush I don’t want to be waiting for my moisturiser to dry before starting to apply my makeup. Some other moisturisers I have used I’ve had to wait a while but this one literally 30 seconds and your ready to start getting ready.
The scent of this is actually lovely, really refreshing. I would totally recommend this moisturiser if you have sensitive skin, my skin has never looked better and feels so much more smoother since using this. I had a rough patch underneath my left eye and using this didn’t irritate it at all and cleared it up which I found so good.
Something I really don’t use enough is cleanser. When I get back from work I’m usually exhausted amd normally just take my makeup off and put on some moisturiser. I know.. So it’s basically when I can be bothered I’ll cleanse my skin.
The Neek cleanser is £14.50 for 100ml which again I don’t think is too bad for a cruelty free product. The consistency is jelly like which foams up when you massage into the skin. I love that you can see it working and it glides on to the skin really well.
Again, as I have sensitive skin I was really hesitant as to wether my skin was going to agree with the cleanser and it did. My skin didn’t sting or get irritant so I’m very pleased with it. After using this cleanser my skin felt soft and CLEAN.
Although the only thing I didn’t like with this is the smell, it’s very similar to the moisturiser but with a different scent of some kind, I can’t quite put my finger on it though. Hopefully I can keep up with using this as it really is doing wonders for my skin.
In winter my lips seem to get some much more dry than usual which isn’t surprise with all the cold weather so I was pleasantly surprised to receive a lip product from Neek. The lipgloss is £15.99 which is on the high end I would say for a lip product but it doesn’t just have one use. Oh and can we talk about how beautiful the bamboo packaging is, it’s just dreamy.
The all natural ‘Shine on’ gloss has all the benefits you would expect in a lip balm but in a gloss as well so you get the best of both worlds. I’ve been using this by itself as I hardly wear lipstick but even on its own it keeps my lips really moisturised and smooth.
You can also use this as a gloss over your lipstick, which keeps your lips looking smoother and more moisturised! It’s a really lovely lip gloss which has multiple uses & I’m excited to use more.
Overall, I am liking these products from Neek Skin Organics and I really hope they release some more skincare products soon. Have you tried any products from Neek?
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