I’m notoriously bad at taking care of my skin, I do have a beauty routine – I just don’t stick to it! For as long as I can remember I’ve loved buying cosmetics, trying out new things on my problem skin, and recently I’ve discovered a love of natural skin care from brands like Organic Surge.
Personally I like natural cosmetics because they really do feel better on my skin. With no nasty chemicals there’s no chance of irritation, which is especially important if you have sensitive skin. Every product in Organic Surge’s range is free from parabens, sodium lauryl sulphate, artificial fragrances, colourants and genetically modified ingredients.
Organic Surge was founded by Alan MacKenzie who had suffered from skin sensitivity for many years before finding natural products that didn’t irritate his skin and left it feeling and looking better within days. He wanted to create natural and organic products that everyone could afford, because everyone deserves cosmetics that don’t irritate their skin. The award winning range has been around for ten years now, so I think it’s pretty safe to say that the people over at Organic Surge know exactly what they are doing.
Organic Surge have everything you need to take care of your skin, from daily necessities including a daily face wash that removes make up and impurities, an award winning hot cloth cleanser and a lightweight daily moisturiser. You will also find wonderful treatments to try, such as the deep cleansing face mask and eye gel.
What makes Organic Surge that little bit better for me is their commitment to charity and helping those who need it most. They support and work with charities to provide accommodation, food, medical services and education to people in poverty, especially when it comes to vulnerable children. Organic Surge donates to the Kenya Children’s Home Orphanage in Kenya, and they have sponsored the Baby Care Unit in Kenya’s Children’s Home in Nairobi since 2009, which cares for 48 sick or abandoned children. Organic Surge have also recently started sponsoring Mercy Ships, an organisation that provides the world’s largest NGO hospital ship full of donated supplies and volunteers to help the most critically injured people in the world through free surgery and healthcare.