The Pure Natural Skincare Vitamin C Line (By Green People) Review

The Pure Natural Skincare Vitamin C Line (By Green People) Review

Let me be frank, I have never heard of The Pure Natural Skincare before trying their Vitamin C line. And I’m sure most people have not heard of them either. I am always a little weary to try a brand I know so little about, so I looked up reviews of their products and company beforehand – but to no avail. They are a relatively new brand and have little to no web presence as far as I know. I did the next best thing I could: look up the ingredients of their products one by one. (They also have an Ingredient Glossary, which helps to explain the benefits of each ingredient they use.) Their products consist mainly of common plant extracts, vitamins, and inert organic ingredients. I deemed their products safe and went on a month of my Vitamin C skincare trial. And I’m glad I did, because this line of skincare is truly a gem that deserves more attention then they are getting.

Pure Natural Skincare Vitamin C Review
Vitamin C is an antioxidant that slows the rate of free-radical damage that may damage collagen and cause skin dryness, fine lines and wrinkles.

The packaging is clean and effective, with instructions and ingredients clearly labeled. No gimmicks, flashy packaging or false claims, just straight to the point and effective packaging. The professional look is what gave me the initial boost of confidence in The Pure to begin with.

The Vitamin C Facial Cleanser ($24, 6 fl.oz.) is gentle yet effective. The oils in the cleanser helps remove some dirt and mess while the Aloe Vera gave enough moisture not to strip my skin. That said, you should always use a makeup remover before using the cleansing because this is gentle and lacks the power to get under your skin to remove any heavy makeup. The Vitamin C Eye Cream ($35, 0.5 oz.) and Facial Moisturizer ($34, 2 oz.) are probably my favorite products in this skincare line. Vitamin C goes a long way to help reduce dark circles. I’ve noticed considerable lightening of my undereye circles (caused by allergies and poor habits) since I’ve started using the cream. The moisturizer is light, but thick enough to leave my skin feeling very soft and supple.

Pure Natural Skincare Review

As for the Vitamin C Concentrate Serum ($45, 1 fl.oz.), I found it to be lacking – especially for the price. It gives a bit of light, cooling moisture – but has done little else for me. I don’t know if I would get the serum again, since I think the facial moisturizer and eye cream does everything the serum does – and more.

Skincare before and after review

Vitamin C is not a skincare ingredient for everyone. If you are interested in The Pure Natural Skincare but don’t fancy the thought of using Vitamin C, By Green People also offer a Botanical Skincare line, which may sit better with your skin. The Pure Natural Skincare can be found exclusively on their website at

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