Sukin Super Greens Nutrient Rich Facial Moisturiser & Detoxifying Facial Scrub

Australian natural skincare brand, Sukin, recently released their newest range, Sukin Super Greens.  And luckily for me, being a beautydirectory Expert panellist, I got to try 2 of the products in the range – Detoxifying Facial Scrub and Nutrient Rich Facial Moisturiser – to review them on the blog.

In case you didn’t know, Sukin is an Australian owned and made brand which is 100% vegan so it’s against animal testing.  It is also FREE of :-

  • Sulphates
  • Synthetic fragrances
  • Mineral oils
  • Parabens
  • Animal derivatives
  • and more!

And it’s surprisingly affordable!

I’m already a fan of their shampoo and conditioner and I bought a few things for my Mum from Sukin when she came to visit me last year.

ingredients of Sukin Super Greens Detoxifying Facial Scrub

Sukin Super Greens Detoxifying Facial Scrub

At first, I was slightly apprehensive when I read the ingredient list.  The key actives are Kale, Spirulina, Parsley and Chlorella.  I like Kale and Parsley; I’ve never heard of Chlorella but I absolutely hate Spirulina.  I went through a green smoothie phase and bought Spirulina powder to add to my smoothies.  It is the yukkiest tasting thing EVERRRR!  It also smells like mouldy cheese.  So yeah, I was worried that I wouldn’t like the smell of the scrub.

Well, whaddya know?  I LOVE the smell.  In fact, it smells really fruity and delicious…to the point that I almost want to eat it!!!

Every time I use it – which is once a week with facial scrubs – it makes me happy because the scent is gorgeous, the gentle scrubbing motion is therapeutic and then, I am rewarded with soft and brighter skin afterwards!

Even better, Sukin Super Greens Detoxifying Facial Scrub is only $12.99 for a 125ml tube – cheap as chips!  You should can buy it from Priceline.

Sukin Super Greens Nutrient Rich Facial Moisturiser

First up, I want to talk about the packaging.  Pump packaging is great for germophobes who don’t like finger-dipping into moisturisers.

However, in terms of moisturising, I felt it needed a helping hand.  Due to my extremely dry and sensitive skin, I needed a hydrating toner and/or serum before applying this moisturiser as it wasn’t nourishing enough for me.  The Sukin Super Greens range does have a Facial Recovery Serum so I’m guessing that’s the extra oomph I needed for my skin.

I ended up liking it more as a hand lotion because I could sniff away at the lovely scent.

Again, Sukin Super Greens Nutrient Rich Facial Moisturiser is super affordable at the same price of $12.99 for 125ml.  You can purchase this at Priceline.

Disclosure :  Thanks again to beautydirectory for choosing me as an Expert Panellist.  As mentioned, products were provided but all opinions were provided by moi.

6 comments on “Skincare Review : Sukin Super Greens”

  1. Thanks for the great review! I want to try the sukin micellar water and review it on my beauty blog (

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