A rich and easily absorbed blend of precious plant oils and anti-aging plant extracts especially suitable for sensitive skins, that helps to reduce inflammation and irritation.
The Soothing Facial Massage Oil is a superb blend of Azulene ( the Chamomile extract that gives the Oil its beautiful colour ), Inca Inchi, Passion Flower, and Rose Hip Oils that together provide anti-inflammatory properties as well as a rich complex of Omega fatty acids and Vitamin C.
Add to that Pomegranate oil extract – a powerful anti-oxidant that is able to restore the skin’s natural water circulation; and Bisabolol and Ginger Extract to boost the oil’s anti-irritancy properties.
Pure refreshment for the skin! I feel like ingesting it ( Trust me, I would if I could )
The Oil is an ideal top-up moisturiser throughout the day and is especially suitable for dry and sensitive skin or during harsh seasons. ( Whatever that means given the crazy climate we have lately )
As usual, Snowberry products do not contain Lauryl Sulphates,Petrochemicals, Propylene or Butylene Glycols, Volatile alcohols, artificial colours , Silicones , DEA or MEA ingredients.
Rose Hip Seed Oil, Florasun 90, Floramac 10, Cegesoft PFO, Inca Inchi Oil, Calendula Oil, vitamin E, SymRelief, Pomegranate Seed Extract, Suberlift, Rosemary extract, Gualazulene 100% Cryst, Rose Hip Extract.
If you follow my blog, you probably know that I am a huge fan of Snowberry.
Yes, I am afraid I’m going to rave about this product, again. This facial massage oil is an absolute holy grail treatment. The scent itself is intoxicating & addictive, not to mention it spreads like silky nectar & offers exceptional slippage ( for massaging ) and feels ultra-light & absorbed within minutes with minimal residue.
In summary, It feels heavenly!
Totally non occlusive, non comedogenic. My skin feels pampered, nourished & my complexion appears calmed, smoothed & revitalised.
My confession ? I use this essential beauty treatment all over, including my body; It’s just too good not to share !
Okay, It’s £ 30 in UK but it’s only $ 39 in NZ. And a little goes a long way.