Sunday, February 12, 2012

Living Nature's Radiance Night Oil




 
 
 
I've never liked putting oil on my skin. It's something I've stayed away from for quite some time, possibly because I'm afraid of breaking out or having skin that feels greasy.  Living Nature's Radiance Night Oil is meant for dry mature skin, so if you have oily or even combo  skin, you might want to stay away.
 
Lucky for me, I have dry skin, especially when the weather starts to change, which is why now is the perfect time for me to stat using Radiance Night Oil. So what makes the oil so great?  It's a combination of many different oils that work in their own ways to make your skin look extra radiant.
 
Organic Rosehip Oil is meant to stimulate cell renewal, reduce fine lines and reduce the look of scars
 
Calendula is meant to soothe and calm your skin
 
Jojoba nourishes and feeds your skin
 
Frankincense Oil which also helps reduce the look of scars and fine lines

Key Ingredients:
•Rose Oil- To stimulate collagen production
•RoseHip Oil: To aid in the repair of damaged skin tissue
•Calendula: To calm and soothe irritated skin
•Carrot Oil: To restore tone
•Jojoba Oil: To nourish
•Frankincense Oil: to help heal blemishes

More reasons to love Living Nature’s skin care line:
•100% Natural Ingredients
•No Parabens
•No Synthetic Preservatives
•No Sulfates
•No Petrochemicals
•No PEG’s, Paraffin or Glycols
•No Silcones or Mineral Oil
•No GMO’s
•No Bisphenol-A (BPA)
•No Phthalates
•No Artificial Fragrances
•BDIH Certified
•All Packaging is fully recyclable and biodegradable
•Packaging contains no Bisphenol-A (BPA), Phthalates, or Dioxin
•All Paper Cartons are sourced from renewable, managed forests
•Inks used for packaging are free from dioxin and elemental chlorine
•Their Kerikeri Facility uses only carbon-neutral hydro and wind energy and filtered rainwater.


 
The reason this is a "night" cream, is because it's meant to nourish your skin while you sleep.  It's not meant to be used during the day time because the oil can degenerate more in the daylight. It's meant to be applied lightly to your cheekbones, neck and upper lip which I found interesting. I put some on my neck and on my cheeks as instructed because my cheekbone area tends to be very dry. I also dabbed a bit on my pores, because I read it can also help to shrink them.


Overall I really like Living Nature's Radiance Oil. I think it's made a difference in the brightness and look of my skin. I wake up feeling refreshed  with my skin feeling softer and a lot less dull.


You can purchase Living Nature's Radiance Night Oil for $50 at SaffronRouge.com




Disclosure: A press sample was sent to me for consideration from PR for the purpose of this review . All opinions are my own. No monetary compensation was received.

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