In the last few weeks I’ve been trying out some beautiful products from the Mokosh Skin Care range at Biome and I’m sharing my Mokosh Skin Care review with you now.
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The Mokosh range is by Dr Marion O’Leary, a former veterinarian, pathologist and medical scientist. She discovered potential harmful preservatives and irresponsibly farmed palm oil in many skin care products.
The ancient Indian science of Ayurveda has inspired and influenced the Mokosh formulation. Dr O’Leary sought to reinvent a new skin care line with only the purest, most beneficial ingredients. Out went synthetic ingredients, palm oil and plastic packaging.
The range is 100% certified organic and strictly free of preservatives and any other synthetic ingredients. It contains only pure and ethically sourced botanicals.
Mokosh operates in Fremantle, WA, within the land of the Whadjuk Noongar people. They believe a strong and sustainable community is based on treating the land, its people, animals and plants with respect.
I’d read a few great Mokosh skin care reviews and was excited to find out more.
The Mokosh Skin Care range
The Mokosh Skin Care range features 14 skin care products for the face and body including oils, balms, creams and masks.
I have been testing three beautiful products from the Mokosh range. Here are my thoughts:
Mokosh Skin Care review
Mokosh Makeup Remover and Cleansing Oil – $38
About the product:
This two-in-one makeup remover and cleansing oil contains 100% organic ingredients and is enriched with pumpkin seed, baobab and jojoba.
I apply this oil on to a cotton pad, gently rub it in circles over my face and it’s a very light oil that picks up dirt without having to drag at my skin. I wear Estee Lauder Double Wear foundation most days and it even removes that easily. If I’m wearing heavy eye make up or mascara, it does sometimes takes 2 cotton pads to get it all off cleanly.
Although it doesn’t leave any oily residue, my skin is left feeling soft and clean. Find out more here.
Mokosh Pure Hydrosol Toner – $38
About the product:
The Mokosh Pure Hydrosol Toner is made with pure, certified organic hydrosols. Rose balances beautifully by melissa’s citrus, giving a delightful uplifting scent. Use after cleansing to gently tone, refresh and balance and this is suitable for all skin types.
I love toners that spritz on and this one has a delicate spray that covers the whole face.
I especially love using this at night time as it’s cool and refreshing. In the morning, it does take a minute to dry and after spraying it on, I’ll do my hair or something else before applying face cream.
My skin feels so hydrated after using this. Find out more here.
Mokosh Light Face Cream – $55
About the product:
This daily moisturiser is made with 100% organic ingredients and enriched with sea buckthorn, borage and chia seed.
I adore this gorgeous, light weight face cream! It’s my favourite product from the range so far and literally melts on to my skin.
I would recommend using it sparingly as although it feels lightweight, it does leave a residue for a while on my oily skin. I either only apply it to dry areas or if I need to apply my make up quickly after, I wipe over the residue with a cotton pad. Find out more here.
Sometimes there is so much confusion in skin care these days about what is natural, organic or potentially harmful. I love that the Mokosh range is entirely 100% certified organic with only pure, ethically sourced ingredients. If you’re looking for a natural range, I would certainly recommend you check this one out.
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