I’ve been a long time lover of the Natura Siberica range. The bath and body collection is full of hidden gems and classic favourites that I keep coming back to, no matter how overrun my bathroom is with beauty products. So when they recently started up an affiliate program, giving me the opportunity to share my favourite products, I could hardly resist.
It was actually tricky to narrow down this list to nine products. I’ve tried a bit of everything – skincare, body care and hair care – from the range and there’s plenty of products worth mentioning. I know how overwhelming the brand can be, with so many options and products to try, so I thought this was the best way to introduce new people to the brand. So here are my top nine picks from the Natura Siberica range.
You can find a selection of NS products at Chemist Warehouse.
Otherwise, the full range is on their website for you to check out and shop.
Put the words ‘cleansing’ and ‘milk’ in the same sentence and I’ll be first in line. And this one ticks all the right boxes for me. Soft and gentle on the skin but works perfectly in the morning to cleanse and refresh my skin in no time. I’ve been pairing it with my Clarisonic in the morning and find it’s the perfect way to get ready for the day without stripping my skin of moisture. Especially when it smells subtly of honeysuckle. Particularly check this one out if you’re on the drier side of the skin spectrum – it’ll be a great no-fuss option all year round.
This is one of the first NS products I tried and loved. And there’s been one in my shower ever since, pretty much. Although they seem to be disappearing at a quicker rate now my boyfriend’s discovered his love for it too. On the day-to-day, I rely on chemical exfoliation to keep my skin feeling great but there’s still something awesome about sloughing away the dead skin with a physical exfoliator. When nothing else is working to get my skin to it’s best, this is what I reach for. It’s super gentle on the skin which is why it remains a favourite.
I was excited to spot a chemical exfoliator in the Natura Siberica line-up and couldn’t wait to try it out. We know how I feel about AHAs but pairing them with a lightweight, subtle scrub like this has been a welcome addition to the line-up. I use this once a week, normally on a Monday, to kickstart my skin, by rubbing it in with circular motions and giving it a couple of minutes to sit on the skin before washing it off. It is similar, however, to the Exfoliating Facial Scrub – you probably don’t need both but I couldn’t resist mentioning them both.
I’m cheating a little bit here and including the Shampoo & Conditioner together because well, you can’t have one without the other. I’ve had these beauties in my shower for a while now and still love how they leave my hair. Fresh, clean and with plenty of shine. There’s a couple of different formulations in the NS range but this nutrition and repair is perfect for my dry hair, that’s often subject to heat styling.
Sandwiching this one in-between the shampoo and conditioner while in the shower, now that’s the real power combo. If my hair’s feeling particularly dry and unmanageable, which is pretty much always, I work a huge dollop of this through my lengths and leave it for a couple of minutes while washing my face. Straight away, I can feel the difference – softer and a lot easier to manage once dried.
But the hydration doesn’t stop there. This hair oil is pretty much like liquid gold for my locks. I run a little bit through the ends while my hair is still wet and then pretty much whenever else my ends are looking dry and frazzled. It’s also awesome to leave on overnight, with my hair in a bun, for a quick dose of hydration. What I love is that it’s incredibly lightweight, adding shine but never weighing my hair down.
I never really thought I needed a hand mask in my routine but since adding it in, I’ve been pleasantly surprised. Think of it as just a souped-up hand cream. I’ve been slathering this one on for five minutes after hard days at work, and instantly my hands feel softer and my cuticles don’t look quite so tragic. I wish I had this one through some of the colder winter months because I can only imagine how useful it would’ve been.
Although I’m normally not that fussy about shower gel, there’s something awesome about the scent of this one. So it’s no surprise this is the one I reach for most days. As with the rest of the Oblepikha range, it smells energising and fruity and it’s the perfect morning pick-me-up in the shower. It instantly wakes me up while also leaving my skin feeling soft and super clean.
And finally, I couldn’t resist adding this travel set into the line-up. Although, you can also buy the individual items at Chemist Warehouse stores, too. Of course, this is the perfect way to try out a couple of items from the NS line-up – the shampoo, conditioner, shower gel and body milk – without the full price commitment. But it’s also a great way to travel with some of your faves. I know these will be in my luggage when I go away in a couple of months.
If you’re looking for something a little different to add to your beauty routine, Natura Siberica will definitely have a product (or three) to suit whatever gap there is in your collection. Make sure to have a good old trawl to their website, there’s so much to try!
Have you tried anything from Natura Siberica?
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