Purepotions skin salvation intensive facial oil

About the brand:

Lula after being prescribed medicine for her eczema but she found they stung and didn’t work. Understandably, Natalie was desperate to find a product Lula could use. She wanted to make a moisturiser that didn’t contain anything unnecessary that may harm Lula’s skin.

Natalie started experimenting with cooking up traditional ointments and salves in her kitchen; she used combinations of herbs and oils such as hemp, calendula, nettle and olive use in skincare for centuries, which is now known as the skin salvation moisturising ointment.

Appearance and texture:

This facial oil is a viscous glossy thin facial oil that absorbs deep into the skin quickly. The packaging of this product is Devine and looks amazing on display with a natural touch to the packaging and simplistic look. I love how the product is in a lovely glass packaging as this Helps not only to feel indulgent but mimics the product inside as it’s a beautiful facial oil which is slowly becoming the best facial oil I own.

Application and results:

This facial oil is absolutely lovely and applies to the face easily and nicely but does leave a shiny look to the face so I don’t use this during the day but I do use this at night in a moisturiser. After using this facial oil for a month or so I fell in love with this, I love how moisturising this is on my skin and I don’t mind the sine as I use this in the evening as it leaves my skin feeling moisturising In the morning and make me feel happier with my completion. I feel like since I started using this product my skincare game has changed and I have been looking forward to doing my skincare in the evening more which is great. I cannot recommend this product more it is hydrated and my dry skin is loving me and this facial oil.

Reccomendation and rating:

This product is absolutely amazing and I would recommend this especially to mix in with a moisturiser in the evening. I would rate this product 10/10.

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