I just had the chance to try out the beautiful anti ageing range by Uni Organics. It's the latest certified organic skin care brand here in Australia. There is something very different about this range, that I noticed immediately: The textures and scents! They seem very familiar as you would expect from any conventional high end luxury beauty brand. Very pleasant and not too aromatic. Most natural organic brands have an essential oil smell to them, or smell simply herbal (not that this is a bad thing!). The Uni Organics range however has sophisticated textures and a really pleasant soft creamy smell. I think it's the perfect introduction range, if you are changing from conventional to organic beauty products. The packaging is travel friendly, hygienic and neat.
The ingredient list is cutting edge and on trend with the latest potent super foods for your skin. For example: Kakadu Plum! I have seen it pop up everywhere recently, so I was really curious to learn more about it. It's a Australian native plant, which is extremely high in Vitamin C full packed with antioxidants. Kakadu Plums also have anti-carcinogenic, anti fungal, antiviral and anti inflammatory properties. This miracle worker is great for all skin types.
The Uni Organics Range focuses on anti aging with a straight forward compact range. There is a cleanser "Perfectly Clean", day cream "Good Day Face", night cream "Sleeping Beauty", a serum "Restore" and an oil "Repair" that I have tried. I liked all of them! (There are a also few additional products that I haven't yet tried: A face mask, an eye cream and a face scrub.) All of them are meant to be suitable for all skin types, with exception of the night cream which is not suitable for oily skin types. In my experience the range is perfect for normal to dry skin, as most products are very hydrating and rather rich. My skin loves it as it's a little more on the dry side naturally, I am a combination skin type now that I live in Australia. (besides random flare ups of oiliness and breakouts, when I am out of balance)
I like how the range is inspired by Aboriginal Australian Bush medicine and uses many local indigenous ingredients. They have a lovely little explanation of the extracts they use and their effects on their website here.