Typically I don’t review beauty products, but when all natural, non-toxic skincare products from Snowberry Beauty crossed my desk I couldn’t refuse giving them a try. I’m passionate about avoiding products that include harmful ingredients such as petrochemicals, parabens, artificial coloring and nanoparticles and typically purchase my skincare products from Whole Foods (frankly, because I trust them to purchase quality products). Over the past few weeks however, I’ve been testing Snowberry’s Bright Defence Day Cream, Face Serum, Night Cream and Active Outdoor SPF 30 (Broad Spectrum) and I love them all. My skin (typically on the dry side) feels softer, smoother and more hydrated.
I’ve really liked the results from using the defence face serum. It’s anti-free radical formula gently reduces melanin synthesis without peeling or bleaching to brighten skin. Also, living in sunny California it is essential I wear a broad spectrum sunscreen every day. I love that Snowberry’s SPF 30 is light and won’t leave behind white residue like other brands do.
In addition to the quality products, Snowberry’s packaging is adorable – clean, crisp and playful all at the same time. Snowberry’s brand imagery is the product of Rob Ryan, a renowned British visual artist who specializes in papercutting , screen-printing, drawing and painting. He is most famous for his detailed paper cut outs. His work has been featured in Vogue, Elle and countless design publications throughout the world. His designs for Snowberry are exclusive to the brand and are indicative of the brand ethos of believing in goodness and making the world a better place. Love it!
Since New Zealand-based Snowberry Beauty made its US debut earlier this year at Henri Bendel and BeautyBar.com, it has built a cult following with conscious consumers who demand highly effective anti-aging skincare without the sacrifice of using harsh, unnatural ingredients. I hope you’ll give it a try too!