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We don't know about you, but we never stop fighting the good fight against dry skin, especially come the winter months. Meet the most effective weapon in our arsenal. This dry oil—a lend of grape, hibiscus, sesame, and argain oils—hydrates parched skin and disappears in seconds without any residual stickiness or oiliness. Its antioxidant grape-seed polyphenols to soften and moisturize skin while restoring the skin’s hydrolipidic (read: moisture) film. Bonus: The multitasking formula works as a strengthening cuticle treatment and a nourishing hair oil. And the scent is truly divine, with fresh notes of Moroccan and Bulgarian rose, grapefruit, vanilla, and the subtlest floral undertones.
The sample size of this product was literally a vial size. That certainly is not enough product to make an informed decision.1
I was really looking forward to trying this out when I saw it in my box, but color me disappointed. It didn't spread well, my skin absorbed it so fast it was basically pointless, and the sample size was too small to do anything with. I definitely would not pay nearly $50 for a full size. Way too steep in my opinion.1
I have dry skin and was hoping this would help, but is was just an oily mess. It is difficult to apply with the sample, I would have preferred a pump rather than just dumping it in your hands. Too oily and didn't seem to absorb.1
I'm always trying different products on my skin and this time I tried this without any other product and a couple of hrs later I had rashes all over my skin .1
This produce broke me out after one use. I make my own organic beauty oil so this product is really of no use to me...especially with the high price tag for what it is.1
This product did NOT work for me. I put the tiniest bit on my hands--literally a drop or less--and massaged it into my hands, then ran my hands through my hair. My hair immediately became oily, lank, stringy--really gross. Also, I have a chin-length cut and nearly right away I broke out really badly along my jawline, right where the ends of my hair brush. My hair and face tend towards oiliness already, so obviously I'm not the right target customer, but I'd heard so many people extolling the virtues of various oils for hair and skin that I was surprised my results were so negative. The product smelled fine and the packaging was nice, but it really did not work for me.1
This oil is not for my hair at all. Used it as a cuticle oil and it was ok. It's kind of like a dry oil so it's not the best for my hair at all. Not a fan of the smell either.1
This oil feels ok on my skin, but it's highly fragrant and it just does not appeal to me.1
I don’t care for the smell of this at all. I can’t think of any use for this product that would be so compelling as to justify the horrible stench.1
It's July, it's not the time of year for adding moisture with oil! Send this to me in January! I've gotten something oil-based in every box I've received so far, this is starting to seem odd now.1