Suki is a brand that I’ve heard about before, and never tried it. I must admit, I didn’t really get the hype about all-natural skincare (except the brand Heaven by Deborah Mitchell, but that’s a whole another story), but then the opportunity came up and I ended up changing my whole daily skincare regime by starting using Suki’s products. This 100% natural skincare convinced me with four products – a toner, day cream, facial oil and an eye repair balm.
Suki Concentrated Strengthening Toner is suitable for combo to dry skin, it feels and smells fresh and fruity, plus it’s full of antioxidants and vitamins (you can already guess that only by smelling it). I love the fact that you can use it without a cotton ball, I just spray it all over my face – it spreads out really well.
I follow with a pump of the Suki Nourishing Day Cream and mix it with two drops of Suki Nourishing Facial Oil (I am all about the oils in skincare as you might know). That is how my skin gets a full dosage of vitamins and antioxidants. Both products are suitable for combination to dry skin, having a normal to dry skin type the pack of these four products works wonders. They moisturize and nourish my skin, leaving it with a healthy glow.
Speaking of four products – the fourth and my absolute favorite is the Suki Ultra-Protect Eye Balm – Night (formerly known as Eye Repair Balm). You only get 15ml of the product in a jar, but still lasts long! I’ve been using it morning and evening by warming my fingers a little and gently applying it on the eye area. The consistency is very rich, that’s why it is a perfect night eye treatment (could be too much as the daily one, especially if you don’t have dry skin). It is (supposedly) great for broken and damaged skin, even eczema. Although is it quite pricey, it’s definitely worth the splurge.
Overall, Suki products have a lovely minimalistic design and high quality natural ingredients. A new brand I discovered in 2014 worth every penny/cent. I am addicted!
Photos were made in Cubo Hotel in Ljubljana by Domen Blenkuš.