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Weleda Almond Soothing Facial Oil

In Beauty on 15/07/2013 at 11:30

Where I got it: l was sent this to try and review (thanks for the lovely product Bianca!). You can find this from all good health food stores and pharmacies (find a stockist here) for RRP $26.50.

imageAbove: Lovely glass bottle and clear almond oil with a light scent

What I got: I got a 50mL bottle of the Weleda Almond Soothing facial oil. This oil is formulated for nourishing and protecting sensitive skin. It is fragrance free and certified natural facial oil. This is a very gentle oil that can also be used as an eye-makeup remover. The oil has a natural light almond scent.

How I find it: I use this at night as a nourishing night moisturiser. I have combination, oily and sensitive skin so this feels great on my skin for wintery nights. Just 2 drops is enough for my entire face. I warm it up in my palms, then I press and massage into my skin. I take time to massage and enjoy to velvety texture on my face. It does take a bit of time to absorb and that is why I use it at night. Otherwise it tends to be too oily on my skin.

Overall: It’s great! I have no sensitivity with using this and it doesn’t seem to break me out. I gave it to my sister to try because she has sensitive dry skin which I think will be perfect for her!.

Repurchase? This will actually last me for ages because I would only use this in winter nights. However, I am very much interested in their Iris hydrating range which is suitable for combination skin.

Disclaimer: I am not paid to do these reviews. All reviews are of my honest and personal opinions.


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