Skincare is so important to me, I’ve been working so hard on my skin and I think in the summer especially with the sunshine, it is important to make an effort. I got sent this last week and I’ve been trialling it for the last 10 days! I personally love facial oils they work so well on my skin, my skin literally just drinks it up! Never tried oils? I hope with this post I will be able to convert you!
I personally have particularly sensitive skin, so I am always very cautious when it comes to what I put on my skin, however what I love about this is that it is so gentle on my skin! It’s incredibly calming and soothing and that is something I love!
Being out and about in the air can be tough on our skin, I know it is for me personally and with this amazing facial oil it helps to combat the affects of things like pollution.
When it comes to oils though I know people are quite worried about whether they will leave a greasy residue on your skin. Trust me I was too when I first started, however, especially with this one, it is light on your skin and doesn’t clog your pores!
If you have quite dry skin sometimes then this is the perfect oil for you! I say this because it is replenishes and conditions your skin to leave it feel absolutely incredible which to be honest is exactly what you need when you have dry skin!
In terms of scent it is a very refreshing scent for me, I absolutely love it, especially with the lavender, it’s one of my favourite scents in the world!
One of the other things I love about this oil is the fact that it works with premature ageing, I know I’m only 23, but I like to steps to make sure that I grow old gracefully and my skin looks as good as possible!
In terms of price this bottle is £24.99, which might sound a little pricey, but you don’t need a lot of product on your skin, it spreads really well, and it leaves your skin feeling absolutely gorgeous!
Fancy buying your own bottle of this amazing oil? You can buy yours here!
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*Disclaimer – this post was in collaboration with Rio Rosa Mosqueta