Natura Siberica Treats from Moscow

Natura Siberika

Today a bit of spotlight goes to a Russian natural skin care brand – Natura Siberica. I’ve mentioned Natura Siberica on my blog before. I have their Northern Detox Soap (see my review) and I love it! So when my Mum went for a short trip to Moscow I asked her to buy some more products to try as they are much cheaper in Russia. In the picture above you can see the whole bunch of products, but only two of them are for me…Natura Siberica Organic Mascara and Oblepikha Siberica Hair Oil.

At first, I didn’t like the mascara that much, but I should say that most of the natural mascaras are the way too wet when they are brand new. And I think this is the case with this mascara too as now after a couple of weeks it’s dried a bit and now I like it. It does not leave any clots, really lengthen the lashes, lasts the whole day and is easy to remove. So far so good and it’s EcoCert certified too. The only thing I don’t like is the packaging…you get the way too much mascara on your brush and I need to remove it first before application.

Now to the next product: Oblepikha (Sea Buckthorn) Hair Oil is absolutely stunning! It smells so good, just like real sea buckthorn berries. I apply it on wet hair before styling, it spreads really nicely, adds shine and does not weigh hair down. I would say it’s one of the best hair oils I’ve ever tried, just love it! The only point of concern is that it contains silicon. I can live with a bit of silicon in hair products, especially for heat protection but if it’s a big problem for someone, Natura Siberica has pure Sea Buckthorn Oil and Sea Buckthorn Oil Blend for hair growth, that also contains such amazing oils as Argan, Avocado, Jojoba and has very clean ingredients list.

My Mum also bought a few anti-aging products for herself including Natura Siberica Snow Cladonia Face Lifting Day SPF15, Extra-Firming Facial Mask and Lifiting Eye Cream with Black Caviar Extract, I know she’s tried only eye cream and I think it will take her quite a while to test the rest of the products. My Stepdad got a little present too – Face Cream for Men, and of course he hasn’t tried it yet!

All of these products together cost just over £28 (and this is for 6 products!!!). Most of them are available on Amazon but they are more expensive in the UK, but still very affordable. There are still some Natura Siberica products that I really want to try so hopefully I can get it soon and share my thoughts!

P.S. I don’t get paid or asked by businesses to promote any products or write a review. All reviews you find on this site are my own and fair (as much as possible) opinion.

4 Responses to Natura Siberica Treats from Moscow

  1. Kaye Beeh says:

    Ahh very nice. I love a good natural beauty set of items. That silicon is questionable but some products have it and just have to live with it.

    • Genya says:

      Yeah, I am still not sure how I feel about silicon, I would prefer not to have it in my products…but some of the hair products I love contain it so I try not to think about it too much 🙂

  2. Marie says:

    Love the Russian skin care line! Need to try it 🙂


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