2 July 2014

Organic Surge Gardeners Hand Cream & Hand Scrub Review

A picture of Organic Surge Gardeners Hand Scrub and Hand Cream

A picture of Organic Surge Gardeners Hand Scrub

Organic Surge is one of my favourite animal and planet friendly brands. Their products are such high quality for real budget-friendly high-street prices, and the variety of products, ranges and scents is incredible. A brand I would recommend to anyone for skincare, hair care and body care, I've been trying out two of the latest products to join the Organic Surge family. 

The Organic Surge Gardeners Hand Scrub* uses natural Olive Seed, which helps to buff away rough and dead skin, alongside skin-calming plant extracts and natural active ingredients of moisturising Shea Butter, calming and moisturising Aloe Vera, and Lime, Basil and Rosemary Oils which naturally refresh and nourish skin. I take a generous helping and massively both of my hands for 60 seconds or so, before rinsing off with warm water. The scent is incredibly refreshing and invigorating, and my skin is left feeling beautiful soft and smooth to the touch after use. Presented in a 150ml tub, this is a budget-friendly hand scrub that will last months, using two to three times a week.

Following up with the Organic Surge Gardeners Hand Cream* is the perfect way to have soft, hydrated and happy hands. A luxurious cream lotion with the same beautiful scent as the scrub, it massages in and dries quickly, so suitable even for on the go. With Omega 3 from Peruvian Inca Inchi Oil, it works to protect our skin from dehydration and free-radical damage, whilst Marine Algae extracts soothe and repair. 

Both products leave my hands much happier - but it's the scent which is the real winner with this range for me. Absolutely stunning! Have you tried the Organic Surge Gardeners range? What's your favourite Organic Surge product? 

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