Tropic Skincare was started in 2004 by an Australian girl named Susan Ma, who had grown up in Cairns and moved to London. Her passion for natural skincare along with the desire to earn a bit of money drove her to create her first Tropic Product- the Body Smooth Polish- which she made in her kitchen, packaged in jam jars and sold at Greenwich Market.
Over the next few years she developed a full range of products. In 2010 she was a runner up on BBC’s The Apprentice. Her products impressed Alan Sugar, and he invested as a 50/50 partner.
The principles behind Tropic are summed up in three words; pure, honest and effective. The range is Vegan and no products are used which cause harm or distress to animals. Their ingredients are 100% naturally derived or nature identical.
They list all ingredients along with a best before date, to ensure that you know what’s in your products and that they are fresh. They also pride themselves in using premium natural ingredients that are effective for all skin types!
They have a wide range of products but three I love are the Cleanser, Toner, and Moisturizer.
Firstly, the Smoothing Cleanser, which is a blend of eucalyptus, jojoba and avocado oils. This refreshing cream cleanser melts away makeup and impurities to leave your skin feeling soft and clean.
It comes with a naturally antibacterial face cloth, made from 100% organic bamboo fibers.
The Vitamin Toner is a mix of rose water, aloe vera and cucumber juices. This refreshes your skin and is infused with vitamins and amino acids that help to balance pH and reduce pore size.
Skin Revive is a daily moisturiser that contains 20 different skin-loving fruit, flower and seed extracts to hydrate, protect and nourish your skin for a healthy and more radiant complexion.
Here at The Comfoot Zone we are all in love with these products! Deborah is a Tropic Ambassador, so if you would like more information on their range or want to place an order, please send us an email on firstname.lastname@example.org or phone us on 01903 532159. Thanks for reading!