26 May 2017

PRODUCT REVIEW: BIOLOGY SMART SKINCARE

Today I'm excited to share with you one of my newest discoveries, the Australian Made hair and body products from Biology Smart Skincare.



As well as being Australian and made using native ingredients, along with active plant DNA and pure essential oils, I love the fact that the products are free from all the nasties such as sulphates, parabens, chemicals and cheap fillers, but are made with Australian native ingredients, along with active plant DNA and pure essential oils.

Let's start with the Biology No 301 Pure Hydration Shampoo and the No 302 Pure Hydration Conditioner are designed for daily use as they are so gentle. The shampoo is sulphate free, and both the shampoo and conditioner contains among others a bio active complex, Wildberry Harvest, which consists of 3 naitive berries that stimulate hyaluronic acid within the follicle to replenish moisture levels, and enhance shine while relieving dryness. It also contains the pure essential oils of lavender, pink grapefruit, patchouli, and ginger, which combined help stimulate healing and hair growth, balancing oil production, and repair the hair, while having calming, uplifting, soothing and relaxing effect. Combined the pair help to gently cleanser the hair and balance the scalp, while helping to detangle and smooth the hair fibres and prevent split ends. These products have a very subtle natural scent you can only love, and from the first use, they leave my long hair clean, and feeling soft and smooth, and looking shiny and glossy too.

Then there's the Biology No. 305 Moisture Therapy Body Bar is a soap bar, which is free from palm oil and PH balanced. The soap bar contains the Wildberry complex so it gently cleanses the skin without affecting the skin's natural moisture barrier. It also contains Australian Kakadu Plum and Naitive Wattleseed to, which are tiny little particles that gently buff and exfoliate the skin, along with pure essential oils of lemon for its clearing and antibacterial properties and ginger verbena to brighten the skin. I am not usually fond of soap bars as I do find they can become a little messy, but this one really does leave the skin feeling so soft and smooth, that I am actually enjoying it. Plus it has a beautiful fresh and uplifting citrusy-herbal scent that is so divine. I also love that it comes in old-school brown paper wrapping which gives it a gorgeous charm.

Finally, there's the Biology No 353 Ultra Hydrate Body Butter, which is a beautiful cream also contains the Wildberry Harvest to rejuvenate and restore the skin's radiance. In addition, it also contains avocado, sweet almond, oregano and sunflower oils along with shea butter and aloe vera, as well as lavender, olive leaf, thyme and rosemary extract to give the skin an intense dose of fast acting moisture and hydration to combat dryness. The body butter absorbs into the skin so fast, and is non greasy, but leaves the skin feeling so silky soft and smooth all day. It has the most gorgeous slightly scent herbal that I really love as it is so natural, and also so subtle that it doesn't clash with my perfume. I so love this body butter, and as my skin is enjoying the intense moisture, which is also why it will be my go-to body care this winter!


The shampoo and conditioner simple cream coloured bottles with black writing, or for the body butter, a black plastic jar with a cream label and the black writing and logo. Simplistic and stunning, and just how I personally love it!

So overall, I really love these products, but there are so many more products in the range, which without a doubt will be worthwhile checking out too, which I'm very keen to!


Biology Pure Hydration Shampoo - RRP: $27.00 / 375ml
Biology Pure Hydration Conditioner - RRP: $27.00 / 375ml
Biology No. 305 Moisture Therapy Body Bar - RRP: $12.00 / 15g
Biology Ultra Hydrate Body Butter - RRP: $45.00 / 200g

Available from Biology Smart Skincare

* Products have been kindly provided for consideration, and have reviewed in accordance with my Disclosure Policy.


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