Eloquence Skincare Collection Review


Over the last 2 months I’ve been using a selection of cruelty free skincare products from Eloquence.

Eloquence use Sachi Inchi Oil in all their products. Sachi Inchi Oil comes from an exotic seed in peru which is used as a supplement as well as now being introduced to skincare. The oil is known for its high levels of vitamins, antioxidants and fatty acids. The oil contains omega 3 which helps to restore skin elasticity, omega 6 which helps to combat dehydration and omega 9 which fights against premature ageing.

The Eloquence collection contains a 4 step skincare regime along with a nourishing treatment oil. The 4 steps include a cleanser, serum, eye gel and moisturiser. I was kindly sent the full set to try out just before Christmas and I am still using all 5 products.

I was pleased to find out that Eloquence skincare products do not contain any artificial perfumes, colours or harsh chemicals. I have sensitive and dry skin and haven’t had any bad reactions to the products, quite the opposite actually.


Step 1: Purifying Facial Cleanser £7.99 – This cleanser can be used both in the morning at at night. It’s a light foaming cleanser which contains cucumber and coconut extract and leaves you feeling refreshed.

Only a small amount of the cleanser is needed which you then mix with water to foam up and apply all over your face and neck. I use this every morning and as I mentioned before, it leaves skin feeling refreshed and clean.

Step 2: Firm & Tone Serum £19.99 – I am a big fan of serums, especially during the cold winter months. You need just 2 small pumps of the serum for your face and it’s delightfully easy to work into your skin.

This serum contains Glycerin and Coconut oil which help to give skin a flawless appearance. It also contains Hyaluronic Acid which gives a boost of collagen to help keep skin feeling plump and smooth. I’ve used this every morning and evening and have always found that my skin does feel much firmer and awake once the product has dried. As I have very dry skin this serum helps to keep my skin hydrated throughout the day.


Step 3: Firming & Moisturising Eye Gel £19.99 – A good quality eye gel is another must have product in my skincare routine. I’ve tried out a few different creams over the last few months but I can honestly say that this Eloquence gel has quickly become a firm favourite.

The eye gel leaves the skin around my eyes feeling hydrated. As the product is a gel it has a cooling feeling as soon as you apply it to your skin. It seems to be doing a good job at tackling puffiness on cold early mornings. I have noticed an improvement around my eyes and hopefully in a few months it will have worked its magic on my dark circles and fine lines. I’ll report back.

Step 4: Protect & Repair 24 hour cream £14.99 – This is a lovely moisturiser which is very hydrating without being too thick and heavy. I’ve found it has worked well on these cold winter mornings we’ve been having recently.

This cream contains Hyaluronic Acid and offers UVA and UVB protection. I’ve been using this in the morning and evening because it’s done such a good job at keeping my skin hydrated. If I apply too much cream it can feel a little tacky so it’s important to apply the cream slowly, really massage it into your skin and give it a chance to absorb before applying make-up.


Finally, I must tell you about the Nourishing Treatment Oil £29.99. I really enjoy using oils, especially over the winter months. Oils are handy to keep around because they’re just so versatile. This one is blended with coconut and sweet almond oil to help renew, repair and revitalise skin, hair and nails.

I keep this oil by my bed as I regularly use it on my hands as an overnight treatment. I like to rub it into my elbows and feet to keep them from going dry. I’ve also added a dash of the oil to the ends of my hair to help with dry ends. I leave this in over night and then wash my hair in the morning. I’m so pleased with the results and will continue to keep this by my bed.

If you only wanted to pick a couple of items to try from the range then I’d suggest the serum and the eye cream. I personally love the whole collection but I know that it’s nice to try out a few select items before diving in for the full collection.

If you’re keen to try the products then you should take advantage of the introductory prices from Eloquence. In addition to this they’re also offering 20% off each individual product on orders before the end of January with the code: JANUARYEQ. 

Have you tried anything from the Eloquence skincare range? Let me know you thoughts if you get ’round to trying any of the products.