I am obsessed with face oils and use one most nights; lately I've been reaching for the Living Nature Radiance Night Oil. I've tried a few Living Nature skincare products before in the past and am a big fan of the Vitalising Cleanser. Originating from New Zealand, Living Nature use only natural ingredients, many of which are unique to the country itself.
The Living Nature Radiance Night Oil is designed to boost the skin's overnight rejuvenation and renewal process with a concentrated blend of oils; Rose Oil to stimulate collagen production; Rosehip Oil for cell regeneration and repair to damaged tissue; Carrot Oil to revitalise and tone; Jojoba Oil to nourish and Frankincense Oil to heal blemishes and repair dry skin. Throw in Calendula and Vitamin E too to soothe and calm and you have one supercharged bottle of goodness for your skin. This does of course come at a price - £48.00 for 10ml to be exact. The burning question is, is it worth it...?
The answer unfortunately for my purse is yes, yes it is - for two reasons. Firstly, although I love my other facial oils, they just don't quite make my skin look amazing as the Radiance Night Oil does. Glowing, revitalised skin - check, powerful hydrating properties - check, reduced redness - check. Secondly, because this gives such an intensive boost to the skin, you only really need to use it as a treat a few times a week, so the bottle wouldn't run out so quickly. Plus the formula itself is very rich and of a medium consistency, so more than three drops or so and the skin feels overloaded. The Radiance Night Oil does take awhile to absorb, but it feels so soothing and I love its natural, rosy scent, so this isn't something I mind at all. Living Nature also recommend mixing a few drops into other skincare products for a boost; I especially love doing this with hand cream!
If you want to add the Living Nature Radiance Night Oil to your skincare routine, you can find it online here.
Have you tried the Living Nature Radiance Night Oil? What facial oils do you love?
Beauty Bird xx
P.S. This post contains a PR sample. This does not affect my opinion of the product.