14 November 2014


Today I’d like to run you though a new skincare range that has recently launched – Meet Crop Natural Skincare.

Crop is made using 95% naturally derived ingredients, which are sourced from sustainable natural resources. The products are also cruelty free, as well as paraben, sulphate and phthalate free and Australian owned and made! How good is that!

Crop’s product range consists of Double Sided Facial Wipes, Gentle Cleansing Gel, Daily Facial Moisturiser, Rosehip Oil, Macadamia Oil and Argan Oil.

Crop Double Sided Facial Wipes


As I have previously stated, I am not the biggest user of facial wipes, except for when I am travelling or when I am swatching makeup for the blog. So with that in mind, I have to admit that these didn’t excite me that much. However, I have to say that I was very pleasantly surprised, and that these wipes are by far some of the best ones that I have ever used. They are made from a soft viscose material and are double sided with a textured side, which contains microbeads to gently exfoliate and brighten the skin, while the soft side that soothes the skin. RRP: $6.00 (25 wipes)

Crop Gentle Cleansing Gel

This Gentle Cleansing Gel lives up to its promise and is extremely gentle. It contains among others essential oils of Eucalyptus Radiata, Rosemary, Lemongrass, Cajeput and Peppermint, as well as jojoba, vitamin E, cocoa butter, rosehip oil, aloe vera, rice protein, wheat protein and lavender oil. It lathers into a soft foam that removes makeup easily while giving the skin a deep clean removing impurities and purifying the skin, and it does so without leaving the skin feeling stripped for moisture, and thanks to the peppermint it leaves the skin with a nice refreshing feeling. RRP: $12.00 (125ml)

Daily Facial Moisturiser


The Daily Facial Moisturiser is a very lightweight moisturiser which is infused with an essential oil blend of Mandarin, Lemongrass, Bergamot, Nutmeg and Basil Oil, as well as jojoba, vitamin E, cocoa buter, rosehip oil, aloe vera, rice protein, wheat protein and lavender oil, and it has the most gorgeous refreshing citrus scent. It absorbs quickly into my skin, and doesn’t leave my skin feeling tacky or greasy, and it works perfectly under makeup too. And while it is so light, it gives my combination skin sufficient moisture, so I am not sure it would be moisturising enough for more dry skin types. It will be a perfect moisturiser come the warmer months, although my only negative is doesn’t contain any SPF, while on the on the other hand, I have a feeling that SPF sometimes does make my skin break out, so on the other hand it is probably not a bad thing to use a separate on top that I know agrees with my skin. RRP: $12.00 (125ml)

Crop Rosehip Oil

I have used quite a few different Rosehip Oils in the past, and I love using it, in particularly during the cooler months where my otherwise combination skin tends to get a little drier and need a little extra moisture. And this new Rosehip Oil from Crop definitely compares to others I have used in terms of quality. It contains natural occurring vitamin A to assist in fighting signs of ageing while helping to restore vitality. Unfortunately I find the Rosehip Oil a little too rich to use during the day, but I have been using it at night, - although some nights alternating with the Argan Oil – though I admit to preferring the Rosehip Oil as a face oil, and I love how soft and smooth my face is when I wake in the morning. RRP: $18.00 (20ml)

Crop Argan Oil

The Argan Oil offers all round care suitable for face, body, hair and nails. It is made from the natural oils derived from the kernels of the argan tree in Morocco, and it is rich in fatty acids and vitamin E, helping to restore elasticity in the skin and helping to fight signs of ageing. For the nails it helps promote nail growth and strength and repair damaged nails, while in the hair it adds shine while smoothing down frizz. Again, I have been using it as a face oil some nights alternating with the Rosehip Oil, but again, I prefer to use It on my nails, in my hair, or even on my décolleté, and all are clearly benefiting from the intense hydration. A true multi-tasking product! RRP: $18.00 (20ml)

Crop Macadamia Oil


Finally, the Macadamia Oil is another brilliant multi-tasker, suitable for use on both face, body, hair and nails – and it is perfect to use as a cleansing oil too, easily and gently removing all makeup. The macadamia oil is rich in nutrients including Linoleic acid that helps prevent moisture loss while Palmitoleic acid helps delay the deterioration of skin cells. I have been enjoying using this as particularly a makeup remover, while it is also brilliant as a both a nail oil and used in the hair. RRP: $15.00 (50ml)

Common for all the Crop products are that they are they are beautifully presented in a simply yet stylish bottles with black labels, that makes them look a lot more than they budget price they cost. And thanks to the natural ingredients they all have a beautiful natural scent that you can only love. And what’s more is that they are made locally here in Australia and conveniently available in Coles supermarkets nationally. So overall I am quite impressed with this new skincare range from Crop, and love that the products are so affordable, yet without compromising on the quality, and without being free from all the chemical nasties. I have my fingers crossed that they will add more products to the range in the near future..

*Product was kindly provided for consideration, and has reviewed in accordance with my Disclosure Policy.

Ever heard of Crop Skincare? Keen on trying? Ever tried Rosehip, Argan or Macadamia Oils?

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  1. Ooh great discovery - love the sound of this brand!

    Josie XOXO
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  2. It looks quite promising! thanks for the review.

  3. These products sound great and I think I will try them, but you might want to edit your review:
    "...and without being free from all the chemical nasties."
    This means they have chemical nasties, and I don't think that is what you meant!


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