There’s definitely no monkey business here – PureChimp is serious about skin care!

100% natural super foods and skin care products that promise 100% natural ingredients in all their products, all designed and created to improve your skin from the inside and the outside.  What could be better than that?

Actually, there’s more!

As well as being a quirky and fun skin care and super food range, these are fabulous products that are affordable and totally suitable for vegans too.   And they still add to this list of positives:  They are handmade in the UK, not tested on animals and then they even want to support the chimps too, with 5% of PureChimp profits going to charity!  An impressive start for Dean Legg who founded PureChimp in Cambridgeshire, UK in 2013.PureChimp Green Tea

Dean, studied business management in Sweden and was inspired to launch PureChimp by his own experiences of acne as a teenager.  Many of us know that simple lifestyle changes and a gentle skin care routine can improve the quality of your skin, as does Dean.  He knows that what goes in to his body, and what he does to his skin can make a big difference for his face – and now he wants to use his expertise to help others.

Pure Chimp Super One Facial OilThe product range is targeted at anyone with sensitive or troubled skin (70% of people believe they have sensitive skin), and because they are so well priced they are already proving popular with young people.  The current list of Pure Chimp products includes everything from “Super Face” cream to “Super Tea” (with 137 times the antioxidants of standard green tea).  I love the Super Tea which you can drink alone, mix with juice or add honey to sweeten and the Super One Facial Oil to cleanse and moisturise skin.  Just open the packaging and you’ll smell the ripe banana essence, blended with creamy vanilla.

Dean is so confident in the PureChimp that he is currently offering a 30-day money back guarantee on all products.

You can buy PureChimp via the company website and Beauty Crowd as well as via Amazon, Etsy, Ebay, LoveLula & Not OnThe High Street.