Tuesday, 17 November 2015

SUTI REJUVENATE ORGANIC FACIAL OIL

Suti Rejuvenate Organic Facial Oil

I went off of facial oils for a good while earlier this year as I felt that they didn't suit my skin anymore and made it greasy and feel clogged. However, I have totally reversed this opinion now- I think that maybe I was using too much at a time and also that my skin type has changed and become a lot drier. Whatever the reason, I have been addicted to the Suti Rejuvenate Organic Facial Oil for a couple of months now.

Suti Rejuvenate Organic Facial Oil

As my skin became very dry, I noticed that my foundation was looking flaky and patchy. I added this Suti facial oil to my skincare regime every morning and saw an instant improvement in how my makeup looked and how my skin felt. All I do is apply two to three droplets (a little goes a long way) to the palm of my hand and then lightly rub my hands together, before patting them all over my face. I do this before using my moisturiser and it leaves my skin feeling and looking a lot more hydrated, glowing and smoother. I really don't know what I would do without a daily dose of facial oil now.

Suti Rejuvenate Organic Facial Oil Formula

The Suti Rejuvenate Organic Facial Oil (£39 from www.sutiskincare.com) does not feel greasy at all and it sinks nicely into my skin. It's suitable for all skin types- yes, even oily ones- and it contains lots of active ingredients. There's Evening Primrose Oil (to hydrate and heal problem skin), Frankincense (to combat dry skin and the signs of aging by promoting new skin cell growth), Sandalwood (to even out skin tone and improve firmness), Rosehip Seed Oil (to boost elasticity and smooth scar tissue) and Argan Oil (to calm irritated skin). It has a gentle but luxurious Neroli and citrus scent too, which I love.

Have you tried this facial oil before? How do you incorporate oils into your skincare regime?

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