Review: Lisa Armitage Skincare

by Polly N on May 22, 2013

You should know by now that I’m a huge advocate of using natural skincare so when I found Lisa Armitage’s products, I was excited. I am always on the look out for new products to tell you about so I was chuffed when Lisa agreed to send me some products to review for Polly’s Path.


Lisa kindly sent me Green Mandarin and Papaya Cleansing Cream and what I believe is one of her bestsellers; Pomegranate and Goji Berry Intensive Beauty Balm.

Lisa’s product range is formulated with natural and certified organic ingredients and is free from parabens, sulphates, petrochemicals, PEG’s, silicones, artificial fragrance, harsh chemicals and junk fillers. These chemicals not only have no nutritional value but have been shown to have a long term damaging effect on your skin and health. If you want to know more about the dangers of your everyday beauty products, read my article here.
So what are they like? I love them both! The Pomegranate and Goji Berry Beauty Balm smells gorgeous and is so smooth on the skin. It feels very luxurious and soothing on my skin and I love to lather it on after washing and cleansing my face before bed. It makes my skin feel hydrated and smooth and will be a regular fixture in my skincare regime from now on.
The Green Mandarin and Papaya Cleansing Cream also smells gorgeous and is really easy to use. All you have to do is massage a small amount into your face for 1-2 minutes and then remove with warm water and a muslin cloth. Lisa says “It contains fruit enzymes which gently exfoliate dead skin cells, without being harsh and abrasive, so you can actually use it as a mask once or twice a week. It also removes all make-up, including eye.” I don’t know about you but I often struggle to get every scrap of eye makeup off with other products I have used in the past but this works wonderfully for me. I’m a big fan.

The range also includes some aromatherapy candles which would make a gorgeous gift for a loved one. What I love about Lisa Armitage’s philosophy is the use of natural ingredients as well as responsible sourcing meaning that they only¬†source from suppliers who operate a Fair trade policy and from those who actively support indigenous communities that also follow sustainable working practises.

If you would like to try Lisa Armitage’s products for yourself, you can buy her exclusive range from here:

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Nichola June 9, 2013 at 4:23 pm

Hi Polly, thanks so much for the review, I have just bought a couple of products to try as I have been looking for a while for a UK range – thanks for the intro.


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