Facial oils have a place in any woman’s beauty routine. That’s right, all skin types can benefit from a well put together facial oil. Even oily skin.
It is truly one of my favorite beauty products to try. Some work like a rock star, others not so much. Still, it is tough to go wrong when choosing a facial oil. You just have to know what to look for.
If you are oily or acne prone, a facial oil with argan oil as a main ingredient should treat you well. For dry or sensitive skin types, you are going to love rosehip oil. Normal skin types can use just about any oil with good results.
So when I received Suti Rejuvenate Organic Face Oil from Eve Organics and saw rosehip oil was high on the ingredient list, I was excited to try it out. The timing was impeccable, as I was awaiting the arrival of my beauty VIP (very important product), RMS Beauty Oil.
While I have tried Suti products before and loved them –I swear no balm works quite like Suti Purity Organic Moisturizing Balm— I hadn’t realized they make a facial oil.
Here’s a hint: You can usually tell right away if a facial oil is going to work for your skin. Irritation is unlikely. More often an aversion to certain oils will show up as congested skin or blemishes. And this does not take long. I can usually tell if my skin is ok with a facial oil overnight.
Back to the Suti. I loved it. Gave me that glow that I adore in oils, and my skin was super soft and clear.
Another hint: For daytime, dab oil on your driest areas only and go for the full face after cleansing at night. I like mine on top of my daily moisturizer. For oily skin types; focus on the area around your nose and mouth, and the neck for maximum benefits.
[Image from Eve Organics.com.au]