Ingenium Naturals – Natural Canadian Health & Skincare

Hello, hello!

I was recently contacted by Ingenium Naturals to see if I wanted to try out some of their skincare products. Since I love trying new skincare (despite having sensitive skin), of course I said yes because I was at the end of my “no new skincare testing” break.

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A little bit about the brand: Ingenium Naturals is a Canadian company that makes healthy natural products – from natural health supplements, essential oils, skin, hair and body care, as well as teas and tisanes. Their tagline is “Live well! Live healthy! Enjoy the journey!” From the website:

The ingredients used to manufacture Ingenium Naturals Inc. products are backed by many years of traditional and modern use, as well as scientific studies. Our manufacturing partners are as diligent and passionate about quality as we are, and we would not have it any other way! […] Our products are never tested on animals, and are among the safest products on the market today, for our customers and for the environment. Our personal care products are small-batch productions. 

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Onto the products and reviews:

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CuraTif Body Salve (Body Chapstick) $18 USD – solid body lotion, applies like a stick deodorant or a giant chapstick. Here’s the product description from the website:

Thanks to its highly hydrating and anti-inflammatory virtues this product will moisturize and sooth itchy, chapped skin. Lightly scented with lime essential oil and enriched with Vitamin E, the combination of all natural butters and quickly absorbing oils will prove to be just what your skin quenches for!  […] Our Body Butter Sticks all have highly moisturizing properties and aid in regenerating, soothing and nourishing skin exposed to daily environmental elements. Recommended for anyone with severely dry, scaly skin due to harsh winter weather, aggressive cosmetic treatments, or any of the following conditions: atopic dermatitis, irritant eczema, allergic eczema, and rosacea. FOR VERY DRY SKIN.

This body salve is amazing on super dry skin and is perfect for the winter season. I’ve been using this on my legs and feet because both have recently become dry with the cooler weather. This will be well used once the deep freeze hits Montreal!

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Sensi-Net Exfoliate – $16 USD – exfoliating cleanser for sensitive (and normal) skin. Here’s the product description from the website:

Its combination of unscented natural oils combined with the anti-ageing and rejuvenating properties of Vitamin C and E, gently help eliminate skin impurities while simultaneously aiding in the regeneration of photo-damaged skin. It leaves a youthful, glowing, and extraordinarily silky complexion. […] This product is safe for the environment and contains no microbeads.

This is a super gentle, creamy exfoliating cleanser. My face feels so soft and smooth after using it.

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Sensi-Cream – $28 USD – facial cream for sensitive (and normal skin). Here’s the product description from the website:

All our Sensi Line products combine unscented natural ingredients such as jojoba oil and aloe butter, with the anti-ageing and rejuvenating properties of Vitamin C and E. This refined blend helps regenerate photo-damaged skin, block free radicals and provides a youthful looking glow. […] This naturally unscented hydrating facial cream is ideal for sensitive skins that do not tolerate harsh ingredients and aromas. It provides ultimate protection and helps the regeneration of skin cells.

This moisturizer is lightweight yet beautifully hydrating. My foundation has been going on a lot smoother since I started using this moisturizer!

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Tsubaki Oil – $32 USD – facial oil for normal to dry skin. Here’s the description from the website:

Tsubaki oil (camellia oil) in its purest and most virtuous form. […] The Japanese beauty oil for hair and skin has been used for centuries, acting as a transdermal carrier of cell rebuilding nutrients and bioactive compounds (collagen and elastin). […] This Oriental gem can be essential in repairing damaged hair, skin, and nails caused by dryness, ageing, and environmental elements such as sun exposure and pollution. Its numerous anti-ageing polyphenol antioxidants provide wholesome, all-natural nutrients to the hair and skin, helping minimize the effects of premature ageing.

I’m pretty new to the world of facial oils, but wow, this facial oil is AMAZING! I’ve used it mixed in with the Sensi-Cream, as well as on its own on my face, neck and chest. It is a surprisingly dry oil, and quickly absorbs into the skin.

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This sensitive skinned girl has very happy skin right now! I think my skin looks healthy and glow-y!

Ingenium Naturals has kindly provided me with a promo code for my readers that is valid from November 18th to 23rd, 2016 – the code is “bebrash” for a 30% discount!

Thanks for reading and have a beautiful day! ❤

Disclosure: PR samples, however my opinion is my own, based on my experience in using these products.

40 thoughts on “Ingenium Naturals – Natural Canadian Health & Skincare

  1. The Tsubaki Oil looks interesting! I bought the original famous Japanese Oshimatsubaki Camellia oil when I was there this summer. Still haven’t cracked it open yet. I’ll be using it only for my hair as I’ve read it might clog pores.

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  2. I read a comment about Tsubaki Oil clogging pores. It’s an oil rich in oleic fatty acids, therefore ideal for dry skins. It’s actually not recommended for oily or acne prone skins.

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  3. What would you recommend for acne prone skin? I think my main problem comes because of the bad alimentation I have but I’m always looking for good products to help the skin heal faster.

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