Welcome to a brand new blog post! I was kindly sent The MicroOil a fair while ago, and I thought today, I would talk to you all about my thoughts on it.
I was sent this product a fair while ago and there are several reasons as to why I have left it so late on discussing this product. I like to use a beauty product for a long while before I talk about it as beauty products take a while to show any form of effect, especially face products. When I was sent this product, a lockdown was happening and not only was I juggling it with University and starting a Masters Degree but also my mental health which has led to me leaving it quite a while between creating content on here.
List Of Ingredients:
dicaprylyl carbonate; caprylic/capric triglyceride; octocrylene; homosalate; ethylhexyl methoxycinnamate; plukentia volubilis seed oil; camelina sativa seed oil; prunus amygdalus dulcis oil; diethylamino hydroxybenzoyl hexyl benzoate; butyl methoxydibenzoylmethane; ethylhexyl triazone, ethylhexyl salicylate; trocopheral (mixed); beta-sitosterol; squalene; ascorbyl palmitate; lecithin; propylene glycol; hydrogenated vegetable glycerides citrate; helianthus annuus (sunflower) seed oil; Rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary) leaf extract
This product suggests that it can help with a multitude of things which include adding moisture and soothing the skin. As my skin can be irritated and dry quite often, I knew that this product would be for me. I used this for a long while and I noticed that my skin felt a lot more soft, which was great especially within the Winter months and for when the dryness of my skin flared up. My skin was irritated for a while due to wearing masks and honestly eating a lot of lactose which makes my skin flare up and break out sometimes. I used it for a fair few months and couldn't believe how soothed and not irritated my skin was. I couldn't believe it and knew that this was something I would need in my life for the long run.
My only problem with this product was the smell. It reminded me of a mixture of oats and biscuits and even though, I love both of these things, I wasn't fully sure on how I felt of having those scents on my face for the long run of the day.
Would I buy it again? Maybe, I loved what it did to my skin, but the price is slightly steep for me so I would have to look at it as an investment into having great skin for the long run and the scent lingering on my face for the full day was a bit off putting for me but if I put this oil under other products then I'm sure the smell would disappear.
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