I first discovered Tropic last year, and have slowly tried a few products from the range. With each new addition, I have slowly fallen in love with the brand and thought I would tell you a little more about it.
As a disclaimer, although I have been gifted some Tropic products, this post is in no way sponsored – I just wanted to spread the word about this amazing brand.
Tropic is a natural cosmetics brand, selling skincare, bodycare and makeup and is both cruelty-free and vegan-friendly. All products are free from nasties, including SLS, ALS, parabens, unsustainable palm oils, mineral oils, animal-derived ingredients, microbeads, MI, formaldehyde, phthalates, petrochemicals, gluten etc.
Tropic has won endless awards for both its business and products and it’s really not surprising, based on the quality of the ranges.
Super Greens is a light-weight facial oil packed with natural goodness, designed to reduce redness, accelerate skin repair and keep the skin hydrated.
This oil is incredible. I tend to apply about 3 drops into my palm, and then gently massage it into my face and neck. It absorbs quickly and leaves your skin feeling soft and hydrated but without feeling greasy.
If you’re someone who buys products for their scent, I must admit that this isn’t for you – Tropic focuses on pure, high quality ingredients and uses no artificial fragrances, so this serum has a somewhat ‘natural’ scent to it!
Despite the scent, Tropic Super Greens has quickly become a favourite of mine and I would thoroughly recommend it. It retails at £42 for 30ml, which lasts AGES!
Whilst Tropic have a wide range of skincare products, they also have a stunning range of makeup, so I thought I would tell you about their Colour Click Lipstick.
Tropic lipsticks have a rich colour pay-off and are luxuriously creamy in consistency, making them a joy to apply as they glide on with ease. They last a fair few hours without budging and don’t ‘bleed’ at all, and somehow manage to keep my lips feeling moisturised for hours. The Colour Click Lipsticks retail at £14 each which is very reasonable considering the quality and natural, vegan ingredients inside.
Have you tried Tropic before? What are your favourite products?