Deity Skin

I’m always excited to find new, chemical free, South African products and Deity skin care is up there with some of the best in my book. With its pretty packaging, this skincare brand is vegan and focuses on a modern beauty routine based on traditional, herbal remedies.

The Tea Tree & Poppy Seed Face Polish is part cleanser, part exfoliator. Add a few drops of water to a teaspoon of the dry powder and watch the exfoliating poppy seeds come alive. This little pot of magic powder aids in circulation, detoxifying the skin and has restorative properties thanks to clay and tea tree.

The Turmeric & Activated Charcoal Mask is lots of fun! Perfect for tired mamas & working girls, it’s detoxifying & brightening – suited for tired & stressed out skin. A blend of plant extracts and mineral rich clay will also help to draw out impurities and balance & restore ones complexion. My skin felt instantly smoothed, leaving a healthy glow after. Harry enjoyed my Shrek-like appearance too!

(Skin post mask with nothing on yet)

The cherry on top post mask, or as a your next travel companion; the Aloe, Rose & Frankincense Toning Mist leaves a veil of calm.

Aloe: Soothes

Rose Geranium: Evens skin tone & balances skins natural oil production

Frankincense: Therapeutic, hydrating & mood enhancing

I’m definitely going to be watching this brand, re-stocking it in my toiletry bag and I’m dying to try their face oil too!

Check them out at , available at Faithful To Nature xx

*From mid-April they’ll have a brand new concept pop-up stand at the Neighbourgoods Market in Woodstock, which will be coinciding with the launch of their online store. Be sure to follow them on instagram for updates.

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