TROPIC SKINCARE: Freshly Made, Cruelty Free & Natural

Discover Tropic Skincare. It’s freshly made, cruelty-free and natural. Multi award-winning skincare and beauty products, made in the UK using the most innovative, effective ingredients that nature has to offer.

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As a Tropic Skincare Ambassador, I use their fabulous products on a daily basis. My skin has honestly never felt better. Products are sold via my own Tropic storefront* which you can visit here.

You can also order via a ‘pamper party’. At the moment I only host e-pamper parties as I’m unable to visit people in their homes. They’re a great idea though, because all you have to do is share a link with your friends. Orders are placed on the website, via your link. You don’t even need to have deliveries coming to you – they can be sent direct to your customers. And what’s more, you’ll earn a fab hostess commission to spend on your own favourite Tropic products. If you’d like to know more about how e-pampers work, please visit this page.

Tropic Skincare Is Cruelty Free

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I’m passionate about healthy, cruelty-free products and strongly believe that no animal should suffer in our pursuit for better looking skin.

Did you know, if a company sells beauty/skincare products in China, they have to agree to animal testing? So if you don’t believe in this unnecessary cruelty, find out if your favourite beauty companies sell in China. They may claim to be ‘cruelty free’ in the UK but that doesn’t guarantee no animal cruelty in the rest of the world. Many companies choose to put profit first.🙈

If you’d like information on any Tropic Skincare products, feel free to contact me using our contact form. You can also leave a comment on any post relating to Tropic, and I’ll get back to you. Additionally you can get in touch on social media – see our contact page for information.

*Disclaimer – this post contains links to my Tropic Skincare account. As a Tropic Ambassador, I earn commission from sales made using my link.

Below is the story of Tropic Skincare (copied from the website, abridged).


“My grandma, a medicinal chemist and toxicologist, always taught me that our skin needs feeding with healthy, nourishing and, most importantly, natural ingredients.” – Susie Ma

Susie Ma grew up in Cairns, Tropical North Queensland, Australia, in an environment surrounded by an abundance of natural ingredients, such as fresh aloe vera plants and exotic fruit trees. This had a huge impact on the products created at Tropic.

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Susie Ma, founder of Tropic Skincare

After moving to London as a teenager, Susie was determined to help her mum pay the bills and find a way out of debt. She recreated the homemade body scrub recipe her Grandma had used to soothe mosquito bites in Cairns. 

Aged fifteen, Susie poured her freshly made scrub into 50 jam jars and started selling at Greenwich market. She sold-out on her first day!

Over the next six years, Susie kept studying full-time, using her evenings and weekends to formulate recipes and sell them across London.

After appearing on BBC’s The Apprentice, Lord Sugar invested in Tropic and we moved our operation from Susie’s mum’s kitchen, to our first ever Tropic HQ! 

Susie always loved connecting with her market stall customers, encouraging them to feel and smell the fresh formulations. So when Tropic officially launched on May 4th 2013, we maintained this personal touch with a social selling platform powered by 400 founding Ambassadors. This model empowered beauty lovers across the country to sell our products to family and friends and earn a commission.

We were recognised by The Sunday Times Fast Track 100 as the UK’s fastest-growing skincare brand for the fifth year running.  Plus, we’d built a family of over 20,000 Tropic Ambassadors.

To continue reading, please visit the Tropic Skincare website.

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