Beauty & Skincare
We believe in natural and organic skin care ranges and are proud to stock Dr Hauschka, Esse, Skin Creamery and SKOON.
You can book a one-on-one skincare consultation or facial, with Somatologist Hayley Guthrie to analyse your skins needs and she will recommend the best products for you to use.
Hayley is available for consultations and treatments at Thrive Kloof on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
We stock the following
natural skincare ranges
Dr. Hauschka is a highly respected international brand of organic skin products. Pioneered by Dr. Rudolf Hauschka, the brand first came onto the market in the 1930s as preservative-free medicines. In later years Dr. Hauschka collaborated with a cosmetologist to formulate a skin care range. Created to nourish the skin, all Dr. Hauschka products are made with ingredients that are certified organic, harvested in the wild where possible, and cruelty-free.
Esse is a luxurious range of skincare products. Trusted by customers and beauty professionals throughout South Africa, the Esse range is made with certified organic ingredients that have been sourced from local plants. Each ingredient is chosen for its ability to soothe and hydrate the skin while also fighting the effects of aging. Ingredients include honeybush, Cape chamomile and baobab. Esse products are cruelty-free and do not contain any animal products.
Skin Creamery exists to simplify skin care, stripping bare your daily routine to the essentials that naturally nourish and nurture the skin. The Skin Creamery ethos is to be kind to the earth, and kind to your skin.
Each component in Skin Creamery products is gentle on the skin and every ingredient is selected for its unique healing qualities.
A proudly South African company from Cape Town, SKOON. provides ethically produced, natural skincare products to benefit a range of skin types. Their products are comprised of pure plant oils, rich butters, delicate floral essences and botanical extracts and they include ultra-powerful actives and unique South African species – like Rooibos, Honeybush, Buchu and Baobab.”