Sunday, 21 September 2014

Review: Blue Labelle 100% Organic Face Oil


I started using face oils around this time last year and was a little hesitant at first as my combination skin is prone to getting oily throughout the day so I thought adding more oil wouldn't be the best for it, but once I tried it I realised I needn't have worried. I have to put up with a confused look from The Man and his questions about why my face is so greasy but after a couple of minutes, all the oil is absorbed and he can be quiet!

The most recent addition to my face oil collection is my current favourite from Blue Labelle, I've been trying out the Moringa and Raspberry Seed Face Oil* for a week or so now and it's been working a treat. It's suitable for all skin types, nourishes dry skin and balances oily skin so it's perfect for my complexion, especially with the changes in weather we've been treated to recently. The high Linoleic (Omega 6) acid content means that your pores stay clear while the essential oils normalise sebum production, leaving your skin less oily than before!

I am totally in love with the smell, it's so fresh and potent, it smells almost like lavender. I'd recommend this to anyone who is oily or combination skin who are looking for a new moisturiser, this works like a charm, leaving your skin satin soft and matte to the touch.

For more info about Blue Labelle and to take a look at the rest of their natural, botanical skincare range click here.
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4 comments

  1. I've never tried a face oil before, sounds like a good alternative to moisturiser x
    eleanor's adventures // UK Fashion & Beauty Blog

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  2. I'm so intrigued by facial oils! This one sounds lovely!

    Style Sunrise☀

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    x

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  3. Ooo I've never used face oils because I have really oily skin but it might be worth giving it a try!

    Thanks for giving me the idea :)

    Gabby xo

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