Reader testers needed for Suti organic face oil


Last week I met the founders of Suti, an organic skincare collection that attempts to harness the potency of flowers, plants and crystals. Suzannah Jenkins and Tina Steadman set up the small but growing range in October 2010 using Suzannah's extensive knowledge as an experienced homeopathy and aromatherapy practioner.

Both ladies are obsessively passionate about the quality of the ingredients they use in the range and claim it is so pure and natural, you can eat it. Suzannah has also been working with crystals in her practise and is impressed with the additional energy they can impart to products. She told us "I take the crystals -mostly clear quartz for purity- and place them under a full moon, which is very powerful and feminine. The crystals are then put into the production bottles of oil, where the energy is imparted into the plant oils. When the products are made, everytime someone wears or applies the products this energy transfers to the wearer." 

Now bonkers as this might sound, anyone who has been affected by the lunar calendar and goes a teeny bit emotional (in the nicest possible way) when it's a full moon (that'll be Jane and loads of our readers) or studied biodynamics and its effect on agriculture, knows there something in this full moon malarkey. So I am quite fascinated by the whole idea of using crystals to add an additional potency.

 I've been using the Rejuvenate Organic face oil for a couple of days and it soaks into my skin and softens it beautifully, it also smells divine. There are no preservatives or additives in the range and everything is organic, it is suitable for even the most sensitive of skins, look at the website to see the rest of the range.

So ladies (and men, if there are any who fancy the sound of it) we have two bottles of the Rejuvenate Organic Face Oil (which includes rosehip seed, evening primrose and argan oil and frankincense) to give away for you to test, in return for a few lines letting us know what you thought of it. 

Usual rules, leave us a comment below and tell us why your skin might need a pick-me-up, with or without the Moon/crystal quartz powers, and we'll pick two winners by the end of the week. 


  • Lilac says:

    When I looked in the mirror this morning, I thought 'whoah! what's my mother doing here?!' Lunacy I know. Hope that's crystal clear.

  • Jules says:

    nothing wrong with a smidge of bonkers now and then and my plane travel-weary skin could certainly use a bit of a pick me up.

  • Vee says:

    In ancient tradition the Mayas assumed the moon to be female, and the moon's phases were accordingly perceived as the stages of a woman's life. As a 50-something year old, I don't yet think that my life is waning – far from it! But my skin could do with a boost, and I love the idea that there is essence of moon energy in these fantastic sounding products. I don't need to know how it works, I just want it to work!

  • Sarah Hancox says:

    I spend loads of time outdoors; walking with my dogs in the the sun, the moon, the wind and the rain. Being outdoors is unbeatable – but it's not kind to my skin. I would love to see if Suti products could benefit my skin as well as walking by the light of the the moon benefits my mind.

  • cate griffiths says:

    WOW! I've been experimenting with biodynamic planting in my teeny veg patch – sowing some seeds according to the moon planting calender and just sowing others according to whim! It's early days yet but I expect succulent and abundant harvests from the biodynamic plantings…..Anyway this skincare collection sounds exquisite and I wish all success to Suzannah and Tina – a luxe biodynamic line sounds like pure perfect and pure indulgence!

  • Amanda says:

    Love the first comment , really made me laugh.

  • amanda says:

    Very impressed with your interest in the moon and all things biodynamic ladies, anyone else feel they their skin is in need of a pick-me-up? A

  • Gill says:

    My face has been around for 67 years & gravity is taking its toll. A pick-me-up would be invaluable.

  • Hannah says:

    Not really a big believer in crystals, 'feminine' moons (?!) or any of that malarky but I do love a good facial oil and goodness knows I need it – I'm currently laid low with toothache and have a nasty and expensive/painful/time-consuming trip to the dentist looming so would really appreciate something nice happening this week – and, given that it's edible, facial oil is about all my poor teeth will let me consume at the moment so I might even subject it to a taste test!

  • Helen Cowans says:

    42yrs old and discovering early menopause (I came off the pill and WHOO! it hit me). Dr's are trying out HRT but it might take a while to get the levels correct…. meantime my hair has changed, my (usually) wonderful complexion is looking lack lustre, tired and fed up. As am I. Would love to try the oil out and see if it can return the vitality.

  • amanda says:

    Last chance to add a plea ladies, I am picking the winners this afternoon…..anyone else? Ax

  • maosie says:

    ANYthing, that'll help my confused menopausal skin and halt the rapid decline into lunacy will be welcome in our house…

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