Hydration Obsession

Fresh face oil

When I first heard of face oils I cringed {is that not the exact opposite of what you want on your face?} and vowed never to use them. However, this winter desperation hit after suffering of an endless cold marathon that unfortunately claimed the skin around my nose as a victim. Not even the fanciest aloe-infused Kleenex were able to prevent that gross dry skin area around my nose so I caved and decided to give face oils a try {as you can see by the tiny bottle in the photo above, I was still not convinced so I opted for the safe test-size}. After exfoliating and cleansing, I applied this oil on my face and neck and although I looked like an oily mess for a few minutes, my parched skin quickly sucked it all up and my nose was back to its normal self! I now use it on a daily basis to fight the terribly dry winter skin and will soon have to go get the real-sized bottle.

I was told by a woman at Sephora that she actually uses the oil to hydrate her hair and hands as well. I have not given this a try but I am curious to know if you have and what you thought about it.

 

Hydration Obsession

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  1. Anonymous says:

    My mum was always a big fan of hair oil treatments, I grew up with avocado oil, rosemary oil, peppermint oil, coconut oil, and ‘who knows what else’ oil, concocted into a serum and slopped on my hair before bed. You wake up an oily mess, but once you shower the benefits are undeniable. My hair was soft, my ends were saved from splitting, and my hair even started to grow in stronger and thicker. Totally worth a try.

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