Product Review: Ecodrops Organic Face Cream

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I am always on the hunt for great organic skincare products, so I was always really pleased to find this gem on Amazon some weeks ago. This Ecodrops Organic Face Cream is a natural daily moisturiser. I have been using this product daily for many weeks and it is an organic moisturiser for the face. There are many things I love about this face cream and I will be sharing my thoughts down below.

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Product Description

This amazing facial cream is 100% organic and has been formulated to support all your skin’s daily needs – from protection, hydration, healing, and rejuvenation – all at the same time.

Made up of 9 different yet all-natural essential oils rich with skin-saving nutrients, this cream is light enough to be used daily. It is non-greasy and suits all skin types.


Rosa Damascena (Organic Rose) Hydrosol, Aloe Barbadensis (Organic Aloe Vera) Gel, cetearyl alcohol, polysorbate 60, Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Organic Sweet Almond) Oil, Butyrospermum Parki (Organic Shea) Butter, Cocos Nucifera (Organic Coconut) Oil, Organic Vitamin E Oil, Organic Glycerin (Vegetable), Stearic Acid (Vegetable), ethylhexylglycerin, phenoxyethanol, Organic Essential Oils of Lavender, Chamomile and Tea Tree.


Use daily, on a freshly cleansed face.

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Product Review: Ecodrops Organic Face Cream

Here are my thoughts on this Ecodrops Organic Face Cream:

  1. This face cream is 100% natural and organic
  2. It is suitable for all skin types
  3. I love the fact that this face cream is light and non-greasy. It easily absorbs into the skin
  4. It moisturises and hydrates the skin really well
  5. I really like the packaging. It is glass and bamboo and looks so pretty.


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I think this natural face cream by Ecodrops is a lovely moisturiser to try. It looks good and works even better. You can shop this product via the Amazon link below:

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Skincare tips from the world’s best facialists

Our skin is delicate and so it should be handled with care. The older we become, the more important it is for us to pay extra attention to our skincare routine and the products we use on a daily basis. Depending on many factors, it can be super easy to get our skin to glow and it can also be easy to let ourselves go and allow our skin to lose its shine. Taking good care of the skin is the goal for many which is why I love reading and writing about beauty and skincare tips.

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Skincare tips from the world’s best facialists

If you are struggling to think of new ways to take care of your skin, here are some amazing skincare tips from the world’s best facialists:

Ada Ooi on facial massaging techniques

“One of the best skincare hacks that you can do easily from home is to use facial massaging technique to stimulate acupressure points for tension release and drain the lymphatic system to give a firmer, brighter complexion,” says Ada. “Start with your favourite serum to nourish and give slip, then using a Gua Sha tool gently massage the face, following the lymphatic system to reduce swelling and tighten your skin to give a more youthful appearance,”

I have heard a lot about this skincare hack and this is one I am definitely going to try soon. The technique sounds very relaxing and I bet it works great too! The Gua Sha tool is now on my beauty wishlist; it sounds fantastic. Have you used it?

Joanna Czech on a night-time skincare routine

Don’t skip your night time routine,” says Joanna. “Products are up to 60% more effective when our bodies are at rest, so take the time to cleanse your face and body thoroughly and apply your products before bed.”

I agree with Joanna completely. Night time is the best time to take care of your skin. I recently got a new facial moisturiser and I use it only at night time just so my skin can soak up all the goodies. It is such a lovely night time moisturiser and I will be reviewing it here on the blog soon.

You can read more skincare tips from other amazing facialists here. Also, please share your tried and tested skincare hacks in the comments below, and tell me which of the skincare tips mentioned here you will be trying at home.

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3 African Natural Hair Tips

Our natural African hair needs a unique form of tender loving care. It took me a minute to figure out how to give my hair the right sort of care and attention, but once I figured it all out through trial and error, I knew exactly how to handle my hair. The journey to care for African natural hair is life-changing and it never ends. I keep learning something new every time I play around with my hair. I love my hair so much that I cringe over time I recall the years of messing around with chemicals to keep my hair straight.

The whole idea of keeping your African natural relaxed and straight is mad. Our hair is not meant to be straight and it was a waste of time for me especially because my hair is so stubborn, fighting it was pointless.

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3 African Natural Hair Tips

Here are 3 quick tips to have in mind when you are caring for your natural afro hair:

  • Wash every week or fortnightly

It is best to wash the natural hair every week or fortnightly to get rid of the build-up of hair care products which can lead to excessive itching and dryness. Our hair is fragile (even though it doesn’t look it) so it needs to be handled delicately and washed as infrequently as possible.

  • Use the right hair care products

As with everything else, it is important to pay attention to the ingredients on the label before buying hair care products because you want to make sure you get the right products for your hair type. I prefer using only natural products and so I make sure the hair care products I use are natural and also cruelty-free.

  • Make sure protective styles are not too tight

I do my own protective styles now so this is no longer an issue for me but if someone else makes your hair, make sure the protective styles are not too tight as that would lead to hair breakage. If it hurts, let your hairdresser while she/he is making your hair as that is usually a clear sign that it is too tight. The last thing you want is to suffer hair loss and a headache just to look pretty.

How do you care for your natural hair? Do share your tried and tested hair care tips. Thanks for reading, commenting, sharing, and liking. Have a great time wherever you are and stay safe.

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