The Sunday Times Style Magazine hailed a new range of organic skincare called Inlight as their ‘Lust of the week’. Created by the homeopathic doctor behind the organic brand Spiezia, there are now many organic skincare products on the market, so why are they so popular?
Up to 60% of what you put on your skin is absorbed into your bloodstream and whilst we are quite good at taking care of outward appearances, we don’t seem to put as much time into worrying about what goes on beneath the surface. Many cleansers, face creams and body moisturisers contain a cocktail of chemicals even though much of packaging and marketing will encourage a pure look and feel to the products. The downside to organic skincare can be the price with many brands occupying the higher end of the market.
This is where Trevarno have the edge over the opposition. Their products are organic and are made in Cornwall, but they do not cost a fortune, with the Rose and Jojoba cleanser costing £17 and the Day Cream comes in at £10. Their hand cream contains olive and almond oil making for a very effective moisturising cream. Their baby salve and baby massage oil provide a chemical free solution so it will not irritate baby’s skin. As with all Trevano products, a little goes a long way.
Their products are packaged in jewel coloured pots inspired by the beautiful peacocks on the Trevarno estate. They are sure to make a stylish addition to any bathroom.