As facial oils are causing a big buzz in the skincare beauty world at the moment, due to the launch of L’Oreal new Age Perfect Extraordinary Facial Oil. I thought I’d review the affordable Botanics Organic Facial Oil alternative that I have been using for quite some time. The Botanics Organic Facial Oil pure organic and 100% goodness.
The soothing oil only contains natural ingredients, which is a bonus as I don’t like putting too many harsh chemical and ingredients on my skin. All packed in this mighty 25ml glass bottle is seven aromatic oils including Argan ,Sweet almond , rosehip and orange oil, as well as extracts from Kew gardens extracts from kew gardens.
Rosehip and argan oil are infamously known for rejuvenating , conditioning and reducing appearance of scars and marks. This initially swayed me to give the botanic’s facial oil , as I have purchased triology's rosehip oil at a whopping £16.50 for a 20 ml and could no longer afford to keep purchasing it . The luscious oil is versatile as it contains only natural organic ingredients you can use it to moisturise cuticles , reduce split end and dryness on your hair.
I use this product instead of my night time facial moisturiser before I go to bed , or if I feel my skin Is dry I use it in conjunction with my palmers even tone moisturiser. Using the dropper i put three or four drops on my face – forehead, and both my checks . The dropper that comes with the oil is useful for getting just the right amount. Using circular motions I massage the nursing oil into my skin.
I have noticed that my is glowing and more radiant the morning after I use it. It’s also baby soft I would high recommend this if you suffer from dry skin or after treating your skin . If you use the premium oils, consider this more than just a budget alternative. It really works!
Have you tried any facial oils?
Available to purchase at Boots.