Monday, 20 July 2015

Sukin Organic Rose Hip Oil* Review



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Sukin Certified Organic Rose Hip Oil 25ml ~ £13.99*

I have always had an obsession with skincare products that have a dropper, it just makes the product look so much more expensive and not forgetting to mention the 'cool factor'
Since I have combination skin, I have not tried nor thought about using a face oil because I initially thought that my skin will feel much more oilier and then this in turn means spots but the Sukin Rose Hip Oil is now a part of my skincare routine and I don't think I'll ever look back. Read on to see how my skin got on with this hidden gem of a product!

Product description:
100% Certified Organic and one of Sukin's best selling products.
Containing essential fatty acids, necessary for protecting cell membranes as well as vitamin E, beta carotene and the powerful anti-ageing antioxidant lycopene. This unique oil feeds the skin vital nutrients to promote radiant, healthy looking skin. Rose Hip Oil has been known to help soothe skin conditions and assist skin renewal in the maintainence of optimal skin health. Absorbs instantly allowing the skin to breathe as it works.
Sukin’s rose hip oil is cold pressed harnessed from the seeds of wild Chilean grown rosehips via a solvent-free extraction process to retain the oils precious actives for optimal performance.
 
Packaging wise, I personally love it! It takes the face oil out effectively and easily which means less product wastage. You are also not getting your hands into the product as much so this means super quick applications. WIN!
I apply this onto my face and neck and using just 3-4 drops is more than enough. As soon as I apply this my skin instantly feels 'fed' and by this I mean it completely eliminates the tight feeling I even get with the use of certain products. My skin is instantly hydrated and it looks alot more supple, rejuvenated and softer. I also feel that this feeds my skin by giving all of it's essential nutrients so that I look more healthier and glowy.
Scent wise I assumed that it would smell of roses, I was disappointed to find that it smells just like any other type of facial oil. Since I love rose scents, It would of been even better if it did but by no means does this effect the quality of the actual product. It works really well and it's the way to get glowy/moisturised skin without the use of harmful chemical and synthetic ingredients. One of the things that I love about this particular oil is that it can be used on any skin type, I have combination skin so even though I do have oilier patches on my face, it does not worsen them. Which can be a common misconception.
I honestly think that after trying out the rosehip oil, I realised that I should incorporate this into my skincare routine since it was until I used it for a few weeks, I felt that my skin actually needed this vital product. You can even choose to mix a few drops with your favourite moisturiser to maximise the effects of the oil.
With this lil bottle you can expect your skin to be kept looking at it's best by being protected from harmful UV rays and free radicals as well as keeping your skin more youthful and alot more healthier.

A must try! Check it out here - link

12 comments:

  1. I always thought that using an oil on my face would make my already oily skin even more oily but you've convinced me to give this a go, thanks!

    Beka. xo
    littleworldofbeka

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    1. I was the same until I tried this out, was amazed and quite glad that it didn't break me out <3

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  2. This sounds amazing! I've been weary about trying oils on my face but recently picked up the Superfacialist rose hydrate miracle oil and I'm loving the way its making my skin feel!

    Alice | Sheer Beautiful | Bloglovin' x

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    1. That sounds lovely too! <3 I know what you mean! I was the same and now my i cannot do my skincare routine without it xx

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  3. Sounds lovely, bit strange that it doesn't smell like roses though as you'd think it would, wouldn't you?! I also have the same impression that oils would make my skin oily and to be honest I try to buy face products without oil in as I can't stand the feeling of them. Glad it's working well for you, it's lovely when you find a nice product that fits in well with your skincare routine isn't it?!

    Gem x
    gemsi2011.blogspot.com

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    1. I absolutely agree with all of your statements ^^ it sure is great when you find products perfect for your skin, i honestly don't know how I managed without it xx

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  4. LOVE the review! I'll definitely have to try it out sometime!

    Thank you for sending me your link at the bdib chat!!

    xx Shirley
    http://www.classifiedcloset.com/

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    1. Thank you so much lovely & no problem xx

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  5. I love facial oils, especially rose hip:) This one sounds great! x

    The Belle Narrative

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    1. You might like this one! Sounds perfect for you xx

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  6. I love the sound of this. I love dropper on products to.
    www.blushinginlife.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. <3 It makes the product look way more pricier, right? ^^ hehe xx

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