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Nature’s Kitchen Eye & Lip Treatment Oil Treatment Review

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I’ve been sent a couple of products from new-to-me clean skincare brand Nature’s Kitchen to review. I was sent Nature’s Kitchen Skin Nourishing Eye & Lip Treatment and Hydration Boost Oil Treatment, from their streamlined collection of natural beauty boosters. Read on to find out how well these Nature’s Kitchen products performed.

Nature's Kitchen Hydration Boost Oil Treatment and Skin Nourishing Eye & Lip Treatment

About Nature’s Kitchen

Each Nature’s Kitchen product is 100% natural, vegan, and never tested on animals.

“Nature’s Kitchen create natural and organic skincare products that use the purest, most natural ingredients that would be quite at home on your daily organic food menu. Our ethos is simple. Do not put anything on your skin that you wouldn’t put in your mouth. All of our ingredients, raw materials and packaging are 100% sourced from UK businesses, and all products are all handmade by ourselves in the UK.”

Nature’s Kitchen

Nature’s Kitchen Skin Nourishing Eye & Lip Treatment Review

This natural treatment is unusual as it’s for both the lip and eye area. This makes perfect sense, as the skin in these areas is more delicate than the rest of our faces. I normally pop any excess eye cream around my mouth anyway, but it’s nice to have that method confirmed.

Nature's Kitchen Skin Nourishing Eye & Lip Treatment Review

Nature’s Kitchen say this super-rich cream will treat dark circles, puffiness, fine lines and wrinkles, leaving skin soft and hydrated all day long. They recommend applying a generous layer before bed too as a perfect eye night treatment mask. It can also be used as a lip primer, leaving them “looking plumped, soft and healthy.”

This natural lip and eye treatment by Nature’s Kitchen contains:

  • Organic cocoa butter to hydrate and nourish skin.
  • Organic aloe vera which helps to calm and soothe the skin.
  • Organic olive oil to keep skin super hydrated.
  • Organic grape seed oil to firm the skin and slow the development of wrinkles.
  • Jojoba oil to reduces redness and help skin repair.
  • Organic coconut oil which reduces inflammation and moisturises.
  • Avocado butter to help reduce dark marks and pigmentation, and lighten skin tone.
  • Plus antioxidant Vitamin E, skin-brightening Vitamin C, and skin-plumping hyaluronic acid.

It’s 100% fragrance-free and suitable for all skin types.

Skin Nourishing Eye & Lip Treatment Verdict

Nature's Kitchen Skin Nourishing Eye & Lip Treatment Swatch

This is a very rich cream with the consistency of nappy rash cream! I was kind of worried that it would be too heavy. Although it does take a while to sink in, it does eventually, and doesn’t feel heavy once it’s absorbed. I wouldn’t use it in the morning though as I suspect it would not make a good base for make-up, being so rich. It does make a great lip primer, but I found it game me little spots when I used it around my mouth. I thought I’d test it on my smile lines, but would rather have them than spots!

I think it’s a great daily eye and lip treatment at a good price, and being so rich, it will last a long time. You can buy Nature’s Kitchen Skin Nourishing Eye & Lip Treatment at Love Lula for £10.99 here.

You can read my thoughts on several other natural eye creams here and here.

Nature’s Kitchen Hydration Boost Oil Treatment Review

I do like a skin treatment oil and use one every night before my moisturiser. Even though I have combination skin, I don’t generally find them to give me spots, and they suit my skin well. This Hydration Boost Oil Treatment is no different, and it smells fabulous to boot.

Nature's Kitchen Hydration Boost Oil Treatment Review

Packaged in a glass dripper bottle, this oil is “designed to gently nourish and protect the skin, yet light enough to use under your make-up.” This natural facial oil from Nature’s Kitchen contains:

  • Coconut oil which reduces inflammation and moisturises.
  • Organic grape seed oil to firm the skin and slow the development of wrinkles.
  • Olive squalane which helps balance oil production to keep the skin clear and healthy. 
  • Organic papaya fruit extract to remove dead skin cells to give skin a healthy glow.
  • Jojoba oil to reduces redness and help skin repair.
  • Pseudo collagen to tone and firm skin.
  • Organic roasted coffee to reduce the appearance of dark circles.
  • Organic rosehip oil which is antioxidant and anti-inflammatory.
  • Turmeric root extract to help protect against sun damage and reduce the appearance of dark circles and pigmentation.
  • Plus antioxidant Vitamin E, skin-brightening Vitamin C, and Vitamin A.

Hydration Boost Oil Treatment Verdict

Nature's Kitchen Hydration Boost Oil Treatment Swatch

This oil sinks in beautifully and smells lovely. It hasn’t caused any breakouts, despite being rich. You only need a few drops to treat your whole face and neck, so this bottle will last a while. I only use it at night, as it’s too rich to put on before make-up. I suspect it might be good for daytime use if you have dryer skin. You can buy Nature’s Kitchen Hydration Boost Treatment for £35.99 here.

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