*Nourish uses the term 'natural' in the commonly employed skin care shorthand for 'from plant origin'. The ingredients lists are simple but in my opinion very good; the bases of the products are plant oils and aloe, the Balance range (which I was sent) contains vitamins C, E, B3, B5 and B6. None of the products contain mineral oil, artificial colourants, sulfates, parabens or silicones. The Balance range does currently contain an artificial fragrance; there is no apple essential oil.
This isn't going to be a full review because these products are designed for a more combination/normal skin and haven't been quite moisturising enough for my normal to dry skin in the recent cold weather. I have used them all a handful of times to try them out and make sure that they didn't completely disagree with my skin before writing about the brand (they didn't).
The cleanser is a gel formulation which applies like a face wash to damp skin, but does not foam on my skin. It rinses cleanly and does not leave my face feeling tight like many face washes do.
The products are priced between £9 for the toner to £16 for the serums, which is an excellent price for these sorts of formulations, and a more accessible way to try a cleaner (by that I mean a no mineral oil etc) skin care range, which is why I particularly wanted to feature this brand on my blog. I know a lot of the skin care I review is expensive, but I do believe that avoiding mineral oil etc has really helped my skin. There are also gift packs containing all four products from a range for £40.
The three other ranges are
Protect - for dry skin
Relax - for sensitive/stressed skin
Radiance - for mature skin
Disclosure: PR samples