Apr 1, 2020

New Beauty Buy: The Organic Pharmacy Carrot Butter Cleanser


When it comes to skincare I'm extremely picky. Because I've got sensitive skin, I've found that less is more works best for me, so I try to only use products which are as natural as possible to prevent redness, dryness and breakouts.

Recently I made an investment into a carrot butter cleanser by The Organic Pharmacy, after coming across the brand on the Selfridges website and learning that they are a completely natural and organic beauty company - a match made in heaven!
The only way I can describe the brand is that they are a little bit like The Ordinary but much more expensive! As I said in my Chanel skincare review, I don't mind paying a bit more on skincare that I know is going to last me, so could justify spending £43 to give it this cleanser a go to see if it is really worth the money.

Carrot butter has properties known for making the skin soft and radiant. After using this product, I've found that my face instantly feels softer and I have also noticed that my complexion is sometimes much more radiant when I wake up in the morning (however other factors such as a good nights sleep or how much water I drank the night before could also play a in role in this.)

The product also has a strong lavender scent to it, which is one of the first things I noticed when I tried it for the first time. This could be make or break depending of if you're a lover of lavender as the scent does stay on the skin even after the product has been washed off, however I find this quite relaxing as I tend to use this it in the evening and then off head off straight to bed.

This cleanser is a balm cleanser which melts instantly when it comes into contact with the skin. It is quite an oily consistency once on the face, so it's probably not the best product for someone with oily skin. I don't use this product everyday as I would definitely break out if I did, so I tend to use it once a week if I have been wearing heavy makeup or if I just want to give my skin some extra TLC. 

Overall, I do think this product is worth the money due to the fact that it is completely natural so you can have the security in knowing that no harsh chemicals are being applied to the skin. It's not a cleanser that I would personally use everyday, however it may suit other skin types better to be used more regularly such as drier complexions.

Have you ever purchased something from this brand or have you tried the carrot butter cleanser?


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  1. This sounds so good! I also have sensitive skin so I try to be careful with what I put on it! Definitely would like to try this out.

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