A BRAND TO TRY: Natura Siberica - From Siberia with love!

I am deviating a bit from writing about brands made in France as I have made a surprising discovery in my neighborhood city market Monoprix. Natura Siberica is the first premium certified organic cosmetic brand from Russia, more specially Siberia. For many, Siberia is synonymous with extremely cold harsh climates during the winter. The plants and wild herbs that grow here have learned how to thrive in this harsh environment developing regenerative and anti-oxidizing properties to survive the extreme cold. Cultivating the benefits of these wild herbs and plants turns out to be good for our skin and hair.

The brand is composed of a large product range for hair, skin, body, for kids and a small make-up range.


In store, I was very attracted to the brand for the following reasons:

  • Nice packaging designs for most of the brand, although some of pack shapes weren’t very modern, and not reflecting premium positioning of the brand.

  • Use of plants and ingredients that seemed compelling and very unique such as Yak milk, Oak bark, Black Cavier extract, Everlasting flower

  • Certified Organic or natural origins for a large number of products in the brands

I was particularly interested in body products and tried one in their Sauna & Spa range called Thick Natural Daurian Body Butter for dry skin. It contains Siberian ginseng, rose hip extract to increase skin Immunity and Daurian oils known for its gentile inflammatory effects. I loved its thick texture that melted quickly into the skin. The fragrance is discreet and the cream provides a cooling/freshness sensation when applied. I really love this feeling. The product is free of silicones, mineral oils, parabens, PEG, EDTA, BHT and BHA.


I also tried the Neutral Scalp Shampoo for sensitive scalp…not that my scalp is sensitive but I was curious about the ingredients, Licorice, pine extract and how my hair would feel. It turned out to be pretty good.


More to come as I experiment with other products in the range but so far I love the brand. In the meantime, visit their website for more information.

Jackie Celestin-André is a Brooklyn born beauty, fashion and healthy living aficionado, with a penchant for wines and French foods (including anything chocolate and pastries), currently living in Paris, France. She is a marketing and diversity professional working for the global leader in beauty, and writing about beauty brands, events, and French beauty makers. Her goal is to bring readers a little closer to Paris without their ever leaving the USA.