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Organic Skincare by Ali Mac Review

10th May 2013 in Cleanser, Skincare - 8 Comments - 2 min read

Organic Skincare by Ali Mac Review

10th May 2013 in Cleanser, Skincare - 8 Comments - 2 min read >/div>

Organic Skincare by Ali Mac Review

I got given these products a while ago and im only just getting around to doing a review, you all know you have to give time for products like skin care work before reviewing.

Im not one who will usually go out my way to go and find organic things because what i use just now is fine, im not too worried about this whole paraben business but that aside these are quite good products in my opinion

Ive been using the Facial Polish and the Cleaning Melt for a while now and i have noticed a difference in my skin, I really like the Facial Polish because its really gentle and lately my skin has been quite weird and sensitive but with these products i am having no bother. The Facial Polish is quite a cool product because it feels like sugar thats in it and when i checked on the website thats what was in it, apparently it works like any other normal exfoliation but promotes hydration and moisture as well.

Ali Mac Skincare | Beauty and The Boy - Scottish Beauty Blog
 

Organic Skincare by Ali Mac Review

 

Ali Mac Skincare | Beauty and The Boy - Scottish Beauty Blog

 

Ali Mac Skincare | Beauty and The Boy - Scottish Beauty Blog

 The Cleansing Melt is a product i was quite new too because it looked rather weird in the tub but its a really great cleaning balm i guess you could call it, its great at removing all of your makeup as well as just cleansing the skin all of the nasties. It has a really weird texture as well in the tub it feels quite thick i can only compare it to the texture of Doctor Feel Good from Benefit but once you massage it in you get these really nice soft clear texture. If you have oily skin maybe the cleansing melt might not be for you because its an oil based product containing linoleic and oleic fatty acids.

Ali Mac Cleansing Melt | Beauty and The Boy - Scottish Beauty Blog

Ali Mac Cleansing Melt | Beauty and The Boy - Scottish Beauty Blog

Ali Mac Cleansing Melt | Beauty and The Boy - Scottish Beauty Blog

 The part a lot of people might like about these products are they are free from Parabens, Silicons, Pthalates and Mineral Oils.

Overall i think they are quite good product but as they are more specialist products they are a bit more expensive than your average product the Cleaning Melt is £22.50 and the Facial Polish is £20.50 both contain 50g of product

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The Good and The Bad
The Good?- They would be great for people needing something for sensitive skin and
someone who wants natural products
The Bad?- The scent from the products can be a little overpowering

What do you think of Ali Mac?
Are you a lover of natural skincare?
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