Suti organic skincare – trial pack review

Suti is truly a special brand. I found them on Twitter and after checking their website I couldn’t resist not buying their trial pack. I’ve used up all of the samples over the summer and I finally made time to write this blog post!

Suti organic skincare trial pack
Suti organic skincare trial pack

About Suti organic skincare

Suti was launched in autumn of 2010 by two sisters-in-law: Suzannah Jenkins and Tina Steadman. This created a powerful partnership with Suzannah being a highly qualified complimentary medicine therapist (Reiki, Homeopathy, Flower Essences, etc.) and Tina, a qualified Reiki practitoner who also studied Australian Bush Flower Essences. Suti’s products are 100% natural which is one main reason why I like this brand so much. What’s more, their balms are certified by the Soil Association and their range is not tested on animals. What is also great about Suti is that the entire collection is made in England; but what is really special about the brand is that their organic skincare collection is based on energy healing. To quote from their booklet they sent me with the trial pack:

Each ingredient is carefully selected for its unique, nourishing and energetic properties to help improve, refine the appearance and feel of your skin. The entire range contains the finest organic essential oils and cold pressed vegetable oils in its 100% natural formulations, while working with the energy of the Full Moon, Clear Quartz Crystals, Flower Essences, Reiki and Meditation.  

Suti trial pack review

You can buy their trial pack directly on their website for £9.00 at the moment, although I remember buying it for less. The pack contains the following items:

  • Rejuvenate Face Oil
 (4ml)
  • Nourish Face Oil
 (4ml)
  • Cleanse Balm
 (4ml)
  • Purity Balm
 (4ml)
  • Fabulous Foot Balm (4ml)
  • Honour Face Cream (2ml)
Suti organic skincare balms
Suti’s balms

Suti Rejuvenate Organic Face Oil review

Rejuvenate Organic Face Oil was definitely my favourite item from the pack. I used this oil before going to bed and when I woke up in the morning I felt my skin was nourished, smoother and it just looked good. It seemed to have helped with my first signs of ageing and any blemishes on my skin seemed to have been reduced. It was definitely well suited for my combination and breakout prone skin. It’s interesting to know that this oil was initially made for a client with a cold-sore scar and it’s the Rosehip Seed Oil that smooths scar tissue while Argan Oil calms irritated, inflamed and blemished complexions. In its active formulation you will also find Evening Primrose Oil, Sandalwood and Frankincense which will heal, repair and promote skin cell growth. I love this oil and would really like to buy a full version of it in the future, but as it is a little bit pricey (£39.00 for 30ml) I put it on my wishlist for now.

Suti Nourish Face Oil review

Nourish Face Oil should suit all skin types and the idea is to apply it before bed so while you sleep it will replenish, strengthen and promote skin cell growth. This oil was great on dry patches on my face and I used it in the morning, mostly around my mouth before applying the make up. It was good for night time as well, but I preferred Rejuvenate Face oil for that. I think Nourish Face Oil was a little bit too rich for my skin type and at the end I decided to give it to my sister who suffers from dry skin and she really appreciated it. There is nothing wrong with it actually, but I just loved Rejuvenate Face Oil more. The price is the same as Rejuvenate oil – £39.00 for 30ml.

Suti Purity Organic Balm review

Purity Balm is a lovely balm and this is the kind of balm everyone should have in their beauty cabinet.  I loved it and I used it for all kind of reasons: blemished skin, skin irritations, after shaving and on dry skin. No surprise then, the sample size finished very quickly. In its formulation you will find Chamomile, Calendula and Lavendar to calm and soothe and Sunflower, Seasame and Apricot Kernel to nourish and protect your skin. It’s suitable for sensitive skin and you could use it even on baby’s bottom. Certified by Soil Association you can rest assured you are getting only the purest botanicals and price seem to reflect that. You can buy 50ml for £26.00. I highly recommend it if you have some spare cash and I would definitely buy a full version in the future (as a treat to myself of course!).

Suti Organic Foot Balm review

I also quickly finished the sample size of Organic Foot Balm. This balm is great for dry and aching feet which need some TLC. It quickly melts into the skin, nourishing it and leaving a refreshing peppermint scent. If you have quite dry skin on your feet, you will definitely feel the difference as soon as you start using it. Some foot creams I’ve tried in the past didn’t seem to make as much difference as this little balm did. It’s great for summer of course, but also when you want to pamper yourself for a night out. Like Purity Balm, it’s also certified by Social Association. I definitely recommend it and I would personally buy a full size version as a treat. It normally costs £19 for 50ml.  

Suti Cleanse Organic Facial Cleansing Balm review

This balm was my least favourite product from the pack but it’s nothing to do with quality, ingredients or anything else. It was my first time I tried a cleansing balm and I must admit, I am not really a big fan. I prefer to use a natural soap or face scrub to cleanse my face and finish with a toner. It’s quicker this way while with balms in general there is a little bit more work involved. There are lots of beauty bloggers out there who love cleansing balms and would happily recommend them. I would just say, give it a try and see if you like it.

Suti Honour Face Cream review

The sample size was quite small and I only used it twice so it’s difficult to decide whether it was good or not. The smell was quite nice and the cream wasn’t very thick. It was easy to apply, it quickly absorbed and it left my skin feeling soft. It is suitable for all skin types but I would need to test it for a little bit longer to see how my type of skin handles it. The main ingredients are rose, coconut oil and date seed extract which has clinically proven anti-wrinkle efficacy.

Suti Coconut & Roses Honour face cream sample
Coconut & Roses face cream (aka Honour Cream) sample 

Apart from the products mentioned in this post Suti also do some other lovely products, such as facial spritzes which I would love to try. All the products are a little bit pricey but why not treat yourself once in a while with a quality brand you deserve? I definitely will!

If you don’t want to pay a full price on Suti’s products, I have a great news for you! You can get 10% off your first order with Only Naturals, with FREE UK delivery as well and on top of that you also earn reward points! If you have already ordered with them you can still get 10% by using code ORGANIC10, only valid until 22nd Sept 2015.

Have you tried any of Suti’s products yet and what do you think about them?

7 Comments

    1. I am glad you find this review useful! I am currently running out of my facial oil (sea buckthorn) and I cannot decide whether I should go for Suti’s rejuvenate oil next or try an oil from Blue Labelle, which you reviewed.

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