Introducing Yorba Organics and Thandana

Locally produced, organic and boasting a 100% natural formula – it’s time to meet South African personal care brand, Yorba Organics.

An email popped into my inbox recently, introducing me to a fantastic organic, South African skincare brand – and, with it, the opportunity for you to win a selection of Yorba Organic products, in a beautiful Thandana toiletry bag.

Yorba’s mission is to make a range of effective products that are both accessible and luxurious, using unique, organically traced, sustainably sourced ingredients. Founder and CEO Corneels Otto believes that “people are precious and deserve to know what they’re putting on their bodies and what we’re putting in our products“. So, you can be sure that the entire range is made from unique, organically traced, and sustainably sourced ingredients.

Yorba Organics chooses to trust nature rather than chemicals and “only use the best wild-harvested organic ingredients“, with all manufacturing and first-to-market formulations done in South Africa.

Including baby, body and skincare products, Yorba Organics uses breakthrough science combined with age old remedies to produce 100% natural products that are high functioning with maximum efficacy – from a Revitalising Face Moisturiser – with Kigelia Extracts to Refreshing Face Cleanser and Exfoliating Clay Body Wash – with wild-harvested Kalahari Melon – all without causing any harm to your skin or the environment.

I really think Yorba Organics ticks all the boxes – affordable, ethical, sustainable and natural – and, of course, effective.

Win a skincare hamper from Yorba Organics and Thandana

To stand a chance of winning a selection of Yorba Organics’ most popular products, packaged in a beautiful Thandana toiletry bag, head over here.

All products were provided by Yorba Organics and Thandana for review and giveaway purposes. All images are my own.

 

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