Clarins Lotus Oil: £24.40*
Caudalie Divine Oil: £24.30*
Ojon Rare Blend Oil: £30*
OPI Avoplex Cuticle Oil To Go: £8.50*
If you haven’t tried some sort of beauty oil, then I suggest you hot foot down to your nearest beauty store and indulge. You're really missing out! Beauty Oils are intensely hydrating and create a natural barrier on the skin, perfect for winter battered skin. From head to toe beauty oils are the answer to the majority of winter skin issues.
Facial Oil: Either in the form of a cleansing oil or facial moisturisers. A few drops applied to clean skin, massaged in can work wonders for the most troublesome of complexions. You can also use them as part of a facial massage to get the blood pumping around your face. Cleansing Oils are ridiculously good removing makeup with ease. They break down the makeup instantly and don't dry out the skin like wipe. My Pick: Clarins Lotus Oil
Body Oil: A few drops of body oil applied onto damp skin locks in moisture and leaves you feeling silky smooth. Great for particularly parched areas like the knees or the elbows, and wonderful at giving a TLC to any areas that are looking a bit ropey. They also can be spritzed onto the legs before a night out to give the illusion of glossy, flawless legs. You can also get bath oils, which are delightful as part of a pamper routine. My Pick: Caudalie Divine Oil
Hair Oil: These are where my intrigue for oils started. Hair oils can be used a pre shampoo treatment, left on for 30 minutes and rinsed out. You can use hair oils to tame split ends and flyaways. Or apply prior to blow drying to help make the hair shinier and softer. My Pick: Ojon Rare Blend Oil
Nail Oil: Apply a cuticle oil to the nails before a manicure to help removal of the cuticle. Rub the oil into the nail bed and use a orange stick to gently push back the cuticle. Be careful to remove all the oil residue prior to painting. As oils can stop the polish from adhering to the nail properly. My Pick: OPI Avoplex Cuticle Oil To Go
Have you tried a Beauty Oil?