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Natural Brand Focus: Madara Organic Skincare Review

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If I had to choose one natural beauty brand as my favourite, it would easily be Madara Organic Skincare. I’ve reviewed lots of their gorgeous clean products, so I thought it was high time to compile a Madara Organic Skincare review of all the products I’ve tried! And now that I’ve got them all out, it seems I have tried a high percentage of their products. Read my Madara Organic Skincare review to find out what makes these products so brilliant, which I can’t live without, and the few that I am not so keen on.

Madara Organic Skincare Review

All About Madara Organic Beauty

Madara products are high quality, natural, ECOCERT standard products. Yes, they are at the more expensive end, but they are highly concentrated, meaning they last a long time. Being totally natural, they give me peace of mind that I am doing the best for my skin, and they are a joy to use.

Madara products are entirely natural and proudly certified according to the international ECOCERT standard which prohibits the use of synthetic perfumes, synthetic preservatives like Parabens, Mineral oil, Propylene glycol and other synthetics. 


Madara products are:

• Free from harmful chemicals 
• Free from preservatives 
• Not tested on animals 
• Many are also Vegan

Madara Organic Beauty Review: Facial Skincare

I’ll start by reviewing Madara Organic Beauty skincare, and break it down by function.

Madara Organic Beauty Facial SPF Skincare Review

My all time favourite Madara Organic Skincare product is their truly gorgeous CC Cream; I wear it every day, without fail. Madara Hyaluronic Anti-Pollution CC Cream SPF15 is a pleasure to wear and makes skin look and feel fab. I just add a touch of concealer where needed, and a dusting of powder for everyday coverage with SPF15.

In the summer, and on holiday, I tend to combine it with Madara’s SPF30 Plant Stem Cell Age Defying Sunscreen. This facial sunscreen is also tinted, and gives skin a great glow. It is pretty rich, so I need to wear powder over the top to mattify the shine, and it may be too heavy for oilier skins.

Madara Organic Skincare SPF30 facial sunscreen and City CC

Read my full review of Madara Hyaluronic Anti-Pollution CC Cream SPF15 here, or go ahead and buy it here – it comes in two shades and I wear Light.

See how this Madara sunscreen compares to others I like in my clean sunscreen review here, or pop over to buy Madara Plant Stem Cell Age Defying Sunscreen SPF30 here. It comes in one shade, which is a little dark for me but blends in well.

Madara Organic Facial Skincare Review

When it comes to treating facial skin, Madara has a lot of great options.

Madara Organic Facial Skincare Review

Their Daily Defence balm reminds me of a natural 8 Hour Cream, without the odd smell and taste. It’s super useful for all cracked, dry skin problems and for lips. You can also use it on cheekbones and brow bones to give a sheen, but don’t go overboard! Read more about Madara Daily Defence here.

Madara Deep Moisture Gel is a gorgeous product, giving great moisture, without any greasiness, even for oily skin. You can read more in this blog post, or buy it here.

Meanwhile their SOS Hydra Recharge Cream is a treat for dry to extra dry skin. It smells nice and sinks in well, but I can only use it at night as it is rich. You can buy Madara SOS Hydra Recharge Cream here.

I haven’t tried any Madara cleansers (yet!) but Madara’s Micellar Water is great. I have found cheaper alternatives that work just as well, however, in the shape of this Mossa Micellar Water, which I use now.

Their Plum Plum Lip Balm is also a winner for me, going on as a balm, but giving a lovely shiny look.

Madara Organic Skincare: Facial Treatments and Masks Review

When it comes to giving your skin some TLC, Madara has you covered.

Madara Organic Skincare facial treatments and masks

Madara Exfoliating Scrub Oil to Milk is delightful to use, and gives gentle exfoliation with no microbeads. It starts off as an oily gel, and transforms to a creamy milk when you add water. It’s not the ‘scrubbiest’ of exfoliators but is effective whilst being gentle. You can buy Madara Exfoliating Scrub Oil to Milk here.

The Madara Peel is the only Madara product I haven’t got on well with. It’s OK, but I prefer a manual scrub to a peel so this is one I wouldn’t recommend. It just feels a bit odd and I didn’t like it.

Moving on to Madara face masks, of which I have three, all winners. My absolute favourite is the SOS Hydra Moisture & Radiance Mask which you can buy here. It feels lovely when you apply it, and you can leave it on for 15 minutes, or even over night. Even though it’s quite rich, it hasn’t ever made me break out in spots. I love everything about it.

The Re:gene Volume Rebuild Lifting Mask is a new one for me, and came in last month’s Love Lula Natural Beauty Box, so pop over to that post to read all about it. It’s supposed to lift and plump skin, and I haven’t noticed that much, but it is a nice one to use.

Finally, the Madara Smart Anti-Pollution Charcoal & Mud Repair Mask is a great one for oilier skin types like mine. You can read more about it on this review of the October Love Lula Beauty Box. I tend to use this one on my t-zone and the SOS mask on dryer areas. You can buy Madara Smart Anti-Pollution Charcoal & Mud Repair Mask here.

Madara Organic Beauty SMART Skincare Review

I’m so impressed with the Madara Smart Charcoal & Mud Mask I was excited to receive the Fine Line Minimising Cream and Anti-Fatigue Eye Cream. They are both fab products but quite rich for my skin, so I use them at night. For a day cream, I prefer Kimberly Sayer Ultra Light Facial Moisturiser SPF30, which you can read about here. And you can find out my recommended clean eye creams, here and here.

Madara Organic Skincare SMART ANTIOXDANTS range

Madara Organic Beauty Review: Body Care

I’ll finish by reviewing Madara Organic Beauty body care and sun care.

Madara Organic Skincare Body Lotion and Herbal Deodorant

Their Supreme Hydration Body Lotion is gorgeous. It’s so light and refreshing and smells lovely. You can buy Madara Infusion Blanc Supreme Hydration Body Lotion here.

I have tried both Madara deodorants, which you can read all about here. The Herbal version works best for me, and I alternate this one with one from Elsa’s Organic Skincare.

Finally, a quick word about Madara Sun20 Weightless Sun Milk SPF20, which I have recently bought. I have only used it once, as the weather has not been good enough to need suncream recently! However I found it very pleasant to use, and absorbed easily with no white marks.

It also smells nice, I just wish it came with SPF30! You can buy Madara Sun20 Weightless Sun Milk SPF20 here.

So there you have it, my Madara Organic Skincare Review. I hope you’ve found it useful, why not Pin it for later?

Natural Brand Focus: Madara Organic Skincare Review


  1. Petra

    15th June 2019 at 9:53 am

    A great overview of Madara’s products! I actually really like Madara Peel Mask, it makes my skin feel amazing, really soft and renewed. It’s one of my favourite Madara’s products. It’s just interesting how we all like/prefer different things.

    1. Becky Pink

      15th June 2019 at 10:05 am

      Thanks so much Petra! Maybe I’ll give the peel another go, just in case I judged it too harshly! Considering how much I love the other products, maybe I did! Xx

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