New Beauty Finds With That Natural Hygge

New beauty finds with That Natural Hygge

That Natural Hygge is a brand new online shopping destination, packed full of natural beauty, body and home goodies.

I’d been following founder, Lou and her conscious beauty blog The Beauty Bank for a while and noticed the excitement building around the launch of her new business venture. Lou put together some limited edition “blogger boxes” for the launch and sent some wonderful skin treats out to those fortunate enough to be included. When it comes to natural beauty, the Hygge way of life captures the essence of well-being perfectly and combining the two makes for a wonderful place to shop.

I’ve always had a keen interest in natural beauty, but more so, since my daughter came along. I became very conscious of the products I was using on her skin, turning away from commercial brands such as Johnson’s, and choosing natural alternatives to safeguard her delicate skin from harsh ingredients. I continued with this approach throughout her primary years and now as a thirteen-year-old, she is herself conscious and supports the natural way as she develops her own skincare routine.

Foregoing that gorgeous, unmistakable Johnson’s baby scent, in favour of putting her skin’s health first.

100 Acres Rose And Lavender Bubble Bath

Rarely will you find me in the bath as I prefer to shower. However, I do occasionally indulge in a soak, particularly as I suffer from neck and shoulder aches brought on by sleeping awkwardly. No amount of pillow changes has helped so on days when my head is pounding, I’ll relax in a warm bath and it really helps to relieve my aches and pains. Using a botanical bath product helps to relax body and mind.100 Acres Rose and Lavender Bubble Bath is perfect. It smells gorgeous but not overpowering at all, a herbal mix of rose and lavender. Both the scent and appearance remind me of a “posh” hotel bathroom.


New beauty finds with That Natural Hygge

Alteya Organics Purifying Face Cleanser

Cleansing is, of course, an essential starting point in any skincare routine. My go-to is a cleansing wash, mainly for convenience, but also because I love how refreshed it leaves my skin. I like to double cleanse several times a week, starting with massaging cleanser into my skin and then rinsing with cool water. I say cool water as this is my preference, particularly in the mornings.

Alteya Purifying Face Cleanser with its weighty, glass bottle feels luxe and whilst the branding is understated, it has a spa-like appeal. Natural and organic, it gently removes makeup, oils and general grime which the skin picks up over the course of a day. Being a lotion consistency it feels nourishing and comforting to use with a gentle foaming action. My skin is left squeaky clean, soft and lightly fragranced with a gorgeous botanical mix of rose and jasmine. Designed to support naturally healthy skin.

Effectively removes makeup, oil and dirt without stripping skin of moisture.

Rich in nutrients, and packed with gentle ingredients including Aloe Vera and Hyaluronic acid to deeply revitalise the skin and soothe away any inflammation. Perfect for daily use, morning and evening.

New beauty finds with That Natural Hygge

ISUN Emerald Sun Hydrasol Serum

Serums are essential for me, and typically I use one every day be it morning, evening, or both. They tend to be light in consistency and best used preceding your usual moisturiser. There are, of course, many serums available, formulated to target specific skin concerns, as well as simply for maintenance purposes. Read about other serums I’ve fallen for this year.

Emerald Sun Hydrosol Serum is a skin-quenching, “heavy-water”, light serum that helps to soothe, hydrate and energise skin for a dewy-fresh and brighter look.

Skin-awakening peony root and algae extracts with protective alpine Buddleia and edelweiss plant extracts help to minimise the appearance of skin dryness and ageing effects and promote a renewed look of healthy skin.

I’ve not heard of a serum referred to as a “heavy water” before, but actually, it’s a perfectly fitting description for ISUN Hydrasol. I found it sinks into the skin quickly and has a light botanical scent. It’s definitely a little different.

Ingredients include: Aloe vera, Beta-glucan, Peony root, Buddleia extract, Edelweiss extract, Algae extract, Green tea extract, Hyaluronic acid.

I’m new to all three brands featured, so this has been a lovely opportunity to discover some new green beauty brands and support Lou with her new venture. Please have a browse and discover some wonderful skincare products as well as bath, body and home. That Natural Hygge.

I’d love to know your thoughts on Combining Hygge with beauty. Are you conscious of your skincare ingredients?


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  1. Anika May
    September 18, 2018 / 5:48 pm

    This is such a lovely post, your photography is amazing!

    Anika |

    • Samantha
      September 18, 2018 / 10:33 pm

      Thank you so much!

  2. September 23, 2018 / 8:17 am

    I sleep awkwardly and sometimes I do have pain on the neck and shoulder areas as well, the 100 Acres Rose and Lavender Bubble Bath sounds amazing for that! I love to use serums and this ISUN Emerald Sun Hydrasol Serum sounds interesting. Great post as always my lovely x

    New Lune |

    • Samantha
      September 23, 2018 / 9:22 am

      It’s so awful waking with neck ache isn’t it! I can’t figure out a solution. Yes, the Hydrasol is something different! X

  3. October 12, 2018 / 10:34 am

    Really nice post and some nice beauty suggestions. Your photography is amazing!

    • Samantha
      October 12, 2018 / 10:49 am

      I’m so pleased you’ve found some product suggestions in this gorgeous box! Thank you for your kind words lovely! x

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