It's hard for me to believe there was once a time where I didn't even moisturise.

These days I'm so dedicated to my skincare that I don't flinch at the idea of owning three different serums that do the exact same job.

When it comes to my beauty shelf, it's very much the more the merrier.

My pet peeve though?

Having to try products I know nothing about.

You'll rarely see me buy a new skincare product in vain.

I typically go after products that have been raved about left, right and centre, mainly for being as natural and organic as possible, while proving great results.

Nothing too groundbreaking, I know.

But why let my skin be a guinea pig to new products when Instagram and the internet can tell me exactly what works and what's over-rated.

So on that note, we did a little digging on Instagram and the web to find what products all the beauty experts are turning to for natural, organic skincare.

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The best natural skincare brands

First things first.

If you like to commit to one brand for your entire skincare routine, below are some trusting brands that are committed to being more natural and cutting out any crappy ingredients:

  • The Ordinary
  • 100% Pure
  • OSEA
  • Noto Botanics
  • Kypris
  • One Love Organics
  • French Girl Organics
  • Jurlique
  • Herbivore
  • True Botanics
  • Kopari
  • SW Basics

When it comes to skincare, certain ingredients shouldn't be mixed.

The benefit of using a full skincare range from one brand is that their products have already been created to complement each other.


Some ingredients, when used together can actually reduce the effectiveness of each other.

For example:

Glycolic acid, which acts as an exfoliant, can reduce the skin-brightening benefits of Vitamin C.

So when you're using only one skincare brand it's more likely you won't run into the problem of two products reducing the other's skincare benefits.

Regardless, it's totally fine to mix skincare brands.

That's my personal preference, as some brands have mastered a certain product better than others.

According to, here are the ingredients you should avoid using together:

  • Retinol and chemical exfoliants, like AHA’s and BHA’s
  • Vitamin C and acidic ingredients, like glycolic or salicylic acid
  • Acne treatments, like benzoyl peroxide, with chemical exfoliants

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