Since around Christmas I've really been enjoying using Organic Surge products. When I first started this blog I was a self-confessed skin care snob 'What, it's under a tenner? Nah, won't be any good!' sad but true, that was my way of thinking. One of the good things about blogging though is getting the chance to try products you (a) haven't heard of before or (b) more than likely wouldn't have tried. I've came across some brilliant beauty bargains over the last few years so of course I want to share them with you. Who doesn't want to save a few pennies where they can?
Blissful Daily Moisturiser, 50ml, £8.49*: This product doesn't target wrinkles, dark spots or anything like that, nor does it claim to. What it does do though is keep the dry/dehydrated areas of my face happy with just the right amount of moisture which keeps fine lines at bay but it also rebalances my oily t-zone. Oily skins looking for a good daily moisturiser that won't increase shine throughout the day even when worn under foundation would get on brilliantly with this, as would anyone with normal combination skin. The texture is lovely, it's light and a little goes a long way which is rare for something this light. It's quickly absorbed and leaves behind a healthy looking complexion. However, if your skin is extremely dry or you want something that's going to target specific skin concerns then this isn't for you. I'm almost at the end of my pot now and still like it as much now as I did when I first tried it. It's also worth mentionin I'm prone to hives, even products formulated for sensitive skin can cause them to pop up all over my face but I haven't had that problem with this.
Overnight Sensation Night Cream, 50ml, £8.99*: Yes, this has been designed for night time use but when my skin is looking and feeling a bit drab I use it in place of the Blissful Daily Moisturiser. I also use it at night but unfortunately it isn't as moisturising as I'd hoped. In the morning my skin does look smoother and brighter but I always feel like I need more hydration. Paired with an oil it does the trick though so more often than not that's how I use it. Just like the Blissful Daily Moisturiser it sinks into the skin quickly, you aren't left with that heavy greasy feeling which I know will appeal to those of you whose skin is more on the oily side or maybe you just don't like the feeling of product on your skin.
Once my pot of BDM runs out I'll switch to using the OSNC as my AM moisturiser then might give the Super-Intensive Daily Moisturiser a go just to see how they all compare.
Have you tried either of these creams from Organic Surge?
Let me know how you got on with the Super-Intensive Daily Moisturiser if you've tried it.
All products mentioned are available from www.organicsurge.com