Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Ishga skincare

When I came home to find these on my doorstep I have to admit I did a little squeal of delight, Ishga are a brand I discovered through twitter. When I opened the package (with great difficulty) I couldn't wait to try out the products. 

"Ishga is a new and exciting skincare product range. Harnessing the potent powers of the finest Scottish seaweed."

Ishga Hebridean Marine toner £25.00*
The first thing I received was this toner, I was super excited to get this as I've been really getting into using a toner lately after trying the boots botanics rosewater one.  I am super impressed with this I find it really helps to take of any extra dirt and makeup left on my face. It has also been fantastic for removing the oily residue left behind by my hot cloth cleanser.  The spray is fantastic and sprays just the right amount of product, I find three sprays on a cotton wool pad is all I need for my whole face. I really can't sing this products praises higher but there is one little thing I don't like about it, personally I really strongly dislike the seaweed-y smell this product has. That being said it is the only thing I can find that I don't like about it! 

Ishga Active cleansing lotion £35.00*
This is my favourite product out of the two I was sent, I've been using this to remove my face and a little of my eye makeup just before I go in with my hot cloth cleanser and I have fallen in love. I find this removes my makeup so well and if push came to shove I could get away with just using this and no hot cloth cleanser. The scent of this one is so much subtler than the toner and I find this smells more fresh than the very potent seaweed-y smell of the toner. I find this feels really luxurious and softening on the skin. I also find that it leaves my skin feeling quite plump and smooth. 

Overall if your looking for some really luxurious high end skincare items I would highly recommend you look into these, Ishga products can be bought of the Ishga website //Here// and you can also find them on twitter //Here//

These products were sent to me for review purposes, although all opinions are my own and no way influenced by the brands generosity.


  1. Oooh i might just have to treat myself to one or two or the Ishga products, they sound amazing and the packaging is beautiful x

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  2. Ohhh those look lovely! Not a brand I've heard of before but I'll check them out!

    Sarah :)
    Saloca in Wonderland


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