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Naturisimo Samples

Hello everyone! How are you all? I'm gonna be honest: I'd planned to have a really productive week, but it all fell by the wayside by the end of Wednesday and I just couldn't get much written. Writer's block is a thing, people, and it's shit. I had an amazing dissertation class on Friday morning though  we talked about stupid boys being stupid, and then cried over poetry. I swear it's just a therapy session in disguise.

Anyway. I bought a few things from Naturisimo a while back, and jumped at the chance to get some extra samples with my order. All of them are from cruelty-free brands I haven't really tried before, so I thought I'd do an un-boxing post (although I admit that I couldn't wait to try the hand cream before I wrote this). Let me know if you'd like me to review anything. 
Pai Perfect Balance Blemish Serum (v)
As regular readers will know, I have acne, so I'm looking forward to giving this a go. The sample is only a sachet, so I'm not sure if I'll be able to judge its effects accurately, but I'm willing to try it all the same  anything that promises to treat blemishes in a gentle way is alright by me. One word of warning: it contains nut oil, so naturally it's not suitable for nut allergy sufferers.
What about the full-size version? It costs £42 for 30ml (too much for me!)

Trilogy Certified Organic Rosehip Oil (v)
How cute is the tiny little bottle?! This will be perfect for when I travel and don't want to bring a larger one with me (I'd probably end up breaking it). Rosehip oil is a lifesaver in winter, and I always wake up with a bit of a glow whenever I use it before bed.
What about the full-size version? It costs £16.50 for 20ml, or £28.50 for 45ml

Living Nature Sensitive Cleanser
Promises to remove make-up with stripping or irritating skin, which sounds good to me! It contains coconut oil and harakeke flax extract, and the tiny sample sachet will fit into the smallest of overnight bags  I'm looking forward to trying it out.
What about the full-size version? It costs £21 for 100ml

Living Nature Sensitive Hydrating Toner (v)
A sensitive, hydrating toner sounds perfect, but I'm a bit confused as to how I'll be able to use it, because it's in a sachet and not a bottle. I guess I'll have to keep cotton pads on hand and hope for the best.
What about the full-size version? It costs £21 for 100ml

Living Nature Sensitive Day Moisture Cream
Like the cleanser, this contains coconut oil and harakeke flax extract, but it also has the addition of avocado oil. It's designed to be used during the day, so it'll be interesting to see how quickly the moisturiser actually sinks in.
What about the full-size version? It costs £26.50 for 50ml

Naturisimo Samples

Odylique Gentle Herb Shampoo (v)
I was excited the minute I saw that this is both sulphate-free and suitable for sensitive scalps. It contains coconut oil and herbs, and can be used on all hair types, including coloured hair. It's a lovely size for travelling so I'll be saving it for nights away.
What about the full-size version? It costs £11 for 200ml

Nourish Treatment Argan Skin Rescue
A daily treatment which contains lots of different oils. It's designed to protect the skin from signs of ageing and combat the formation of wrinkles. I'm still worrying about how to get rid of my spots, so I'll be passing this on to my mum for her to try  I might put it in with her Christmas presents as a little extra.
What about the full-size version? It costs £21 for 15ml 

Weleda Almond Sensitive Skin Hand Cream (v)
If you read my Winter Essentials post then you'll already know how much I love this. Quick recap: it has the lightest, silkiest texture, sinks in quickly, and smells of almonds (no lie  one of my favourite things about this time of year is marzipan).
What about the full-size version? It costs £9.95 for 50ml, and I am definitely buying it.

Which of these products catches your eye? Have you tried any of them? Let me know in the comments!

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Beth, 23, South East England. I'm a writer with a love of books, lipstick, and the Oxford comma. I love beauty and I also love animals, so I only buy, use, and feature products from cruelty-free brands. (Seriously though, I am the person who stops to fuss over every dog she sees.) You can also expect posts about vegan/vegetarian food, and plenty of musings about life as a 20-something. Want to get in touch? Email me at

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