Cooler weather calls for a change in beauty routine and the products you slather on your pretty face, so move over moisturisers and let these antioxidant- rich face oils take over.
1. La Mer The Renewal Oil
Formulated for the face, but indulgent enough to be used on hair and body, The Renewal Oil from La Mer makes use of The Miracle Broth, which includes sea-sourced actives, eucalyptus and sesame to help renew cells. The key active oils are absorbed quickly and deeply envelop and nourish the skin. The fresh, oceanic essence soothes the senses with the delicate scent of honey blossoms.
2. Helena Rubinstein Prodigy Sacred Oil
Helena Rubinstein’s Prodigy Sacred Oil is a concentrated elixir extracted from the takamaka tree in Oceania, rich in omega 6 and omega 9. An instant solution against dehydration and a repairing elixir, this nutritive and lipid- restoring miracle oil soothes and heals skin injuries.
3. Caudalíe Premier Cru The Elixir
Inspired by wine and powered by science, Caudalie’s Premier Cru The Elixir uses the brand’s three signature patents – resveratrol, viniferine and polyphenols – plus five exceptional plant oils to firm, lift, nourish, brighten and fight free radicals and fine lines. Formulated without parabens or sulfates, this half-oil, half-serum won’t clog pores, leaving skin feeling smooth and revitalised.
4. Dr Jackson’s Baobab and Rose Oil
For dry and damaged skin, Baobab and Rose Oil can be used in the bath, as a massage oil or on the face and hands. Aromatic Damask rose oil is combined with baobab seed oil to nurture and repair damaged skin as well as to hydrate. Dr Jackson’s uses natural ingredients and aims to maintain ethical and sustainable business practices – so it’s not just your skin that will thank you.