Ever since the whole facial oil treatment hype emerged within the beauty world, i was quite interested in them and was determined to start trying them out soon. I originally was planning to purchase one of the Clarins facial oils because they seem to be from a reputable brand and probably would be quite effective but i find that the price tag is a bit too much for my liking therefore i've been putting it off.
A few weeks back, I read a review on 'Peony and peach' blog (Check her out here) about this particular facial oil and she raved about how fantastic it was giving her a nice result that she couldn't wait to share her thoughts on it. She definitely sold it to me and when i was in boots to buy some essentials, this was on offer so i grabbed a couple of these. The packaging is lovely and simple. I like how the glass bottle is matte and frosted which makes it sturdy to hold even if it gets oily on the sides. The pipette works wonderfully and makes using it so easy and fuss free where I can get exactly the right amount i wanted to apply.
I usually use 3-4 drops of this on my skin post toner. I like to really massage this into my skin and this product not only melts into the skin nicely, but it smells so nice too. I leave it to absorb on my skin for around 5 minutes before applying my usual moisturiser. As of mornings, i tend to skip this oil step and replace by a moisturising serum instead because i find that this product is too rich for my combination oily skin during the day. The product is 100% organic and on the packaging, it also states that it locks in moisture for up to 8 hours which is amazing.
Verdict: I have used this religiously every night for around 2 weeks now and i can say that my skin is smoother and softer than before. I have also had less pimples or breakouts compared with before therefore i think that it is down to this product which has helped with my skin. Originally, this 25ml bottle is worth £9.99 but with half price you really cannot go wrong with this and i am amazed by this product overall. I urge all you girlies out there to give this a go :)
Have you tried any facial oils before?