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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.
I have oily skin so I didn't really want to try this product anyways. It seemed to sit on top of skin because it's already oily, so I didn't really like it. It smells totally lovely, but I'll be giving this sample away to someone without oily skin.1
I'm sure the product is effective for those who like beauty oils, but they just aren't for me1
i didnt not like this product because i already have oily skin to begin with so a body oil just isnt for me1
this product was not for me. a little bit goes a long way, but it didn't absorb as quickly as i had hoped. it also smells very "perfumey", which is not a scent i like. overall, disappointed1
I just received a sample of this in my birchbox. The smell is completely overpowering and makes me nauseous. I don't think I will even get a chance to try it out because it makes me feel that sick. Disappointing.1
I always wanted to try this product and so happy I did because I hated the smell of it. Didn't even matter how good it was because I couldn't get over the odor. Sorry but no go.2
If I was trapped on an island, ship wrecked and sunburnt I'd use this in a heart beat... Anywhere else and I'd pass. The smell has hints of baby powder and whatever the floor probably smells like at a malls perfume counter2
Smells great but I don't see the product having any benefits. Olive oil is cheaper to use however, only thing I like is that it smell great.2
The oil feels really good on my hands. But I don't care for the fragrance. That's just a personal preference.2
I don't prefer my skin to feel oily. For the price it's not worth it in my opinion. May work as a good cuticle oil in the winter months so I'll keep my little sample and try it again.2