June favourites

Happy tuesday every one and hope your week is going ok πŸ•Šβ˜ΊοΈ here is a post to share just a couple of natural beauty care, skin care and other kinds of favourites for the month of july and hope the post could be helpful πŸ•Š a couple of the favourite things noted include a soft white jumper from trenery (@trenery) just bought in a knitwear sale as it is early winter where i am from, a sensitive face cleansing gel by sukin skin care, an organic rosehip oil also by sukin skin care and a noni glow face oil by KORA Organics i had a free sample of from an earlier natural skin care order and enjoy carefully using a lot just before bed.

noni glow face oil, created and posted by KORA Organics (@koraorganics)

June favourites

A soft white jumper: i bought a soft white knit jumper from trenery (@trenery) just a couple of weeks ago as there was a sale and a knitwear sale on and i needed a new jumper for winter, both to wear on its own and to help to layer under coats too. The jumper is a light, white colour with quite a chunky knit and is a blend of both merino and cotton. It feels so soft and comfortable, is a helpful shape and also has a roll neck to help to keep a bit warmer. The soft white jumper feels so lovely and comfortable to wear and could be helpful to wear with a lot of different kinds of things too (could include white jeans, light blue jeans, a navy skirt and more) and i think you could still find one (or a different kind of knit jumper) on the trenery website in case you could like trenery a lot too or could need a new warm jumper too.

A sensitive face cleansing gel: a second favourite is a face cleansing gel for sensitive skin by sukin skin care, a beautiful, safe and affordable natural skin care brand who are based in australia. I bought a couple of natural skin care products by sukin skin care just a week or two ago as a couple of the ones i use (each day) were just about run out. The cleansing gel for sensitive skin comes in a 125 ml bottle and is noted to be made with a refreshing blend of green tea, cucumber and avocado oil to help to gently cleanse and purify skin. The sensitive cleansing gel is a clear formulation with a light, neutral scent and has a light lather when applied on the face with a little warm water. The sensitive cleansing gel feels so soft and gentle on the skin, and also feels quite cooling and fresh just before carefully washing the cleansing gel off with warm water and a face cloth. After using the sensitive cleansing gel my face felt soft, smooth and carefully cleansed and as noted on the packaging, the cleansing gel helps to gently clean, refresh and purify, helping skin to be soft, clear and balanced (a link to an earlier post about a couple of natural skin care products by sukin skin care is here and about a couple more natural skin care products by sukin australia is here)

An organic rosehip oil: another favourite thing i also bought along with the sensitive cleansing gel (noted above) is an organic rosehip oil by sukin natural skin care. The organic rosehip oil by sukin natural skin care is noted to be certified organic and to be a nutrient rich rosehip oil with no less than 70% essential fatty acids and vitamins to help to soothe, soften and hydrate the skin. The certified organic rosehip oil comes in a beautiful light pink and magenta card box and is in a 25 ml glass bottle with a drop applicator and pink sticker. The packaging is easy to use and apply and the colour of the organic rosehip oil is a beautiful warm golden colour. The organic rosehip oil also has a warm, rosey scent, and feels of a high quality, and feels so beautiful and nourishing on the skin. I use and apply the organic rosehip oil just applying after a moisturiser on my face, neck and chest area and would also recommend the organic rosehip oil by sukin australia a lot as it is also a beautiful and helpful natural skin care product (a link to an earlier post about a couple of natural skin care products by sukin skin care is here and about a couple more natural skin care products by sukin australia is here)

Noni glow face oil: i had a free sample of a noni glow face oil by KORA Organics from an earlier natural skin care order, and i enjoyed using it a lot in june as the noni glow face oil is so beautiful and one of the loveliest natural beauty care products i have used before. The noni glow face oil is so gorgeous and a truly special natural and organic treatment oil, which feels so lovely and luxurious to use. The noni glow face oil is a light golden colour, with a beautiful warm, nourishing and soft floral scent. The noni glow face oil is also light, gentle and absorbs into the skin smoothly, helping the skin to feel soft and nourished. As noted on the packaging, the noni glow face oil is a rich and powerful yet delicate treatment oil, designed for the face and the neck area. Further, certified organic noni extract, rosehip oil, pomegranate oil and sea buckthorn oil are noted to combine to create a rich source of antioxidants and essential fatty acids to help to smooth, nourish and brighten your skin (a link to an earlier post about the noni glow face oil is here, to a second post is here, to a post sharing a couple of favourite face oils is here and to a post about just 6 favourite natural beauty care products by KORA Organics is here)

Have you tried any of the natural beauty care, skin care or other kinds of favourites noted above before too ? or are there any different kinds of favourite things you enjoyed using or trying a lot in june ?

A Q and a with Rania May: please note, there is an earlier blog post sharing a Q and a with Rania May, a friend from wordpress who is from australia and has a beautiful natural beauty care and wellness blog called Rania May, beauty and wellness. Rania May also shares a couple of blog posts about sukin naturals skin care and KORA Organics on her blog and she also likes to use sukin naturals and KORA Organics natural skin care a lot. In the Q and a blog post, Rania May also shares a bit about KORA Organics and sukin naturals and how she would recommend sukin naturals for some one who could be just beginning to try natural skin care although could also be hoping to be quite careful with spending (a link to the Q and a post is here) πŸ•Šβ˜ΊοΈ

Photo credit: KORA Organics instagram page (@koraorganics)

Sources: sensitive cleansing gel by sukin australia packaging, organic rosehip oil by sukin australia packaging and KORA Organics noni glow face oil packaging

Please note: i also created and published some more monthly favourites and other kinds of natural beauty care and skin care favourites blog posts in case you could also be hoping to check some more blog posts sharing a couple of favourite things (please check the Favourites category just on the right hand side of the page)

Earlier blog posts about KORA Organics products: please note, i also wrote an earlier blog post about organic skincare by KORA Organics, the KORA Organics noni radiant eye oil, the KORA Organics rose quartz luminizer, the KORA Organics noni glow face oil, the KORA Organics balancing rose mist, the KORA Organics cream cleanser, the KORA Organics turmeric face mask, the KORA Organics clay purifying mask, KORA Organics noni glow skinfood, the KORA Organics soothing moisturiser, 6 favourite KORA Organics products, the KORA Organics rose quartz heart, a second post about the rose quartz heart and the noni glow face oil (a second post) in case you would also like to read a couple more blog posts about more beautiful KORA Organics products (please check the links)

Disclaimer: please note the blog post is not sponsored, endorsed by or affiliated with any of the brands noted in the post (including KORA Organics by Miranda Kerr), i just enjoy and appreciate using the favourites noted and KORA Organics beauty care, skin care and self care products so much and always try to be as honest and objective as possible and hope the post (and noting a bit about the brands) could be helpful πŸ•ŠπŸŒΈ

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