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Purity Organic Skincare – Facial Wash

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Purity Organic Skincare make some really good and effective skincare products which are very affordable. The lovely people at Purity sent me lots of items from thier range to try, and first up from for review is the face wash.

This is what Purity have to say about it:

“A blend of softening, moisture retaining and conditioning Sweet Almond Oil, Aloe Vera and Glycerine is combined within a gentle Coconut and sugar-based foam to cleanse, soothe and protect skin. Added Citric acid controls skins PH Levels.

The Aloe Vera is sourced in the Dominican Republic and the Sweet Almond Oil from Spain.”


£4.99 for 150ml

98% Natural and 70% Organic (Has the “Eco-Cert” aproval seal)

Fragrance Free

Suitable for all skin types

Foaming face wash – does not dry out the skin

Reasonably good at cleasing and pleasant to use

Available to buy in Superdrug stores


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Purity Facial Wash (Double click to enlarge)


I really like this cleanser, especially to use in the mornings in the shower. It is effective at cleansing, especially when you dont have any make up on, and it doesnt take much of this to create a lovely foam. You should note that this doesn’t dry out my skin, unlike some foaming washes, which end up stripping my skin.

I have used this at night to wash off my foundation and other make up and I neded to wash my face twice to ensure I got it all off, thats why I like to use this in the mornings only. However, if you do not wear foundation or other makeup, this might be perfect to use night and day.

I like the packaging of  this, you need to push the top of the lid up to open it making it quite safe for travel. I like the clean and simple label and the fact that you can see how much product is left  in there.

You cant use this on your eyes, so you will need a seperate eye makeup remover, that is fine for me, I like to use coconut oil for that.

This is great for those who get irritation from fragrance, as its fragrance free, and I think the fact that its 98% natural and 70% organic, the price is excellent and highly competitive with other face washes which are full of nasty and harsh chemicals.

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The back of the Facial Wash (Double click to enlarge)

I am all for natural skin care products, but sometimes they can be pricey. Not so with Purity, the price of this is very good. I will definately recommend this to people of all different skin types and I would purchase this once my sample bottle is finished!

I am looking forward to reviewing some other Purity products that I have been sent, watch this space :-)

I am giving this 4/5 – only knocking off a point for the fact I needed to wash my face twice to remove all makeup, but I would rather do that than use a harsh face wash laden with chemicals!

Here are the ingredients: Aqua (Water), Decyl Glucoside, Glycerin, Xanthan Gum, Aloe Barbadensis (Aloe Vera) Leaf Powder, Prunus Amydgalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil, Benzyl Alcohol, Behydroacetic Acid and Citric Acid.

You can find out more about the face wash here.

What is your favourite natural brand? Have you tried this face wash before or have you thought about giving it a try?!

Get in touch and let me know what you think!

Thanks for reading, Grace xx

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P.S this post contained a PR sample, but as always my reviews are honest and my opinions are my own! Promise!

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  • Looks good Grace..maybe it could replace my £30 one!! Also like that it had a short ingredients list!! xx

    Kathryn Hand

    July 25, 2012

  • Also, a good tip – I use a flannel to take my first layer of make up off, just with warm water then use the flannel with the facewash to slightly exfoliate too. Flannels are better than muslin cloths because they retain the heat better!! xx

    Kathryn Hand

    July 25, 2012

  • Good tip Kathryn! I like it! I will try that next time :-) And do give this cleanser a try, its simple but effective! xx


    July 25, 2012

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