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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 blend of grape, hibiscus, sesame, and argan oils—hydrates parched skin and disappears in seconds without any residual stickiness or oiliness. Its antioxidant grape-seed polyphenols soften and moisturize 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.
I did not find this oil to be as fragrant as other reviewers described. It did not leave me greasy, but it didn't make me feel as though I had super softened skin either. I would not be interested in purchasing.2
This product is light in smell and not to oily feeling.... I like the product.2
The sent was good, but to strong for me use daily on my face. Haven't tried it on my hair.2
Smells great and was great for my split ends but I am just not comfortable putting it on my face.2
Not really sure what I would use this for. It was interesting to try and left my skin smooth.2
It absorbed nicely on my skin and I didn't feel like it was too thin or thick- I didn't have to rub it into my skin... however the smell was overly floral and reminded me my grandmothers gin club ladies.2
I tried this once and wasn't impressed. I went back to using coconut oil on my hair - which is so much cheaper and much more effective.2
Product had a nice scent. Sample was very small. I was only able to get two uses out of it so I can't speak for its long term effects but it did an ok job moisturizing my skin.2
Although I liked the texture of the product, I thought the scent was a little strong. I definitely did not want to apply this to my face.2
This was just not my favorite. The scent was fine, but it didn't seem moisturizing enough and I feel like I had to use a lot of it to make any impact.2