When this little tester bottle of Aurelia Probiotic popped through the letter box I was rather intrigued. I’ve only used facial products from the brand, and I was rather excited to give their body products a good go! The Firm & Revitalise Dry Body Oil promises to firm and deeply hydrate parched skin, and since we’re moving into summer, who doesn’t want that?
I’ve been using the oil after exfoliating in the shower. It has the same scent as Aurelia’s Probiotic Face Balm, so it basically smells heavenly! Neroli, Lavender, Rose and Mandarin oils create the most beautiful fragrance which I just want to bathe in! The formula of the Firm & Revitalise Oil is perfect for daily use too! The base of Kalahari oil means it feels incredibly lightweight, whilst Mongongo oil offers high levels of Vitamin E and Kukui oil helps hydrate and repair skin. I love the way the oil leaves my skin feeling super soft, and it even leaves a bit of a glow!
Aurelia Probiotic Firm & Revitalise Dry Body Oil costs £48.00 and is available here (UK) and here (US).
It’s been absolutely beautiful weather for the past couple of days, which means I’m wearing lighter clothes, and I want my skin to look its best. The newest addition to my arsenal is Heaven Skincare’s gorgeous Detox Oil. Whilst I’m in the shower, I give myself a good buff with exfoliator, and once I’m out I apply a generous layer of the Detox Oil to my arms and legs. It smells vaguely herbal, and it’s very grownup and spa-like. My poor, thirsty skin just drinks it up in no time, and it leaves me with a healthy sheen – perfect if you’re considering breaking out the short hemlines for the weekend. Not only does it hydrate your skin, but the patchouli and juniper in the formula act to combat any water retention, so if you’re planning your summer packing already, this is perfect for combating those post-flight cankels!
The oil is priced from £22.70 and is available here.
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