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Wednesday, 12 November 2014

Skincare Wishlist: Facial Oils

Time for another Skincare Wishlist, today looking at a few Facial Oils I'd love to try; despite having oily skin, which can make applying more oil to the face seem counter-intuitive, I really enjoy including oils in my skincare routine. I'm currently using a super-affordable option from Boots' Botanics range, but there are plenty more I'd love to give a go!
Facial Oils Wishlist
1. Trilogy Certified Organic Rosehip Oil, 45ml, £28.50
2. Superfacialist Rose Miracle Makeover Facial Oil, 30ml, £14.99
3. Sanctuary Therapist's Facial Oil, 30ml, £17.50
4. B. Replenished Facial Oil, 30ml, £6.97
5. Manuka Doctor Brightening Facial Oil, 30ml, £19.99
6. Dr Organic+ Vitamin E Pure Oil, 50ml, £8.79
I've tried (and loved!) Trilogy's Antioxidant+ Rosehip Oil but would love to give this slightly less expensive option a go as well. I really love the Superfacialist range from Boots and the Rose Miracle Makeover Oil can be used as a pre-cleanse treatment as well as in conjunction with moisturiser for added hydration. The Sanctuary range is one I'd really like to explore more and it has featured in a couple of my Skincare Wishlist posts so far; this oil sounds like a lovely, hydrating treat. The B. range at Superdrug is really affordable and I like how it's targeted towards different skin 'phases'. The inclusion of Manuka Oil in the Manuka Doctor oil intrigues me, and anything which claims to be brightening has to be worth a try! Finally, the Dr Organic+ range is one I'm liking more and more, the more I try it, and this Vitamin E oil sounds really lovely for soothing the skin and helping to repair damage and scarring.
What's your favourite facial oil? Have you tried any of these, or anything similar? I'd love to hear your recommendations!



  1. I have oily skin and I can't use this kind of product
    But they seem amazing :)


  2. The Trilogy Certified Organic Rosehip Oil is really lovely, smells amazing too x

  3. I've actually never tried a facial oil before, but would definitely give the Superdrug B. range a go! :)
    It looks good and affordable!

  4. the trilogy and the superfacialist are on my wish list as well. I am now using the body shop vitamin e oil and love it. as soon as I run out the next one is the kiehl's overnight repair oil!
    so bloody expensive though!!
    Alice|Alice's Beauty Madness

  5. I've been using Trilogy Rosehip Oil for a while now and really love it. It's a bit pricey but a little goes a long way so I feel like you get a good value for money.

  6. I haven't tried any on your list but I would::: oils are lovely and really nourishing for the skin, I really want to try the Kiehls one, but I'm currently using the Liz Earle one..
    Like Alice said the Kiehls one is bucks though

    Laura//libertylovesmakeup.blogspot.com x

  7. Lovely picks :) I haven't tried facial oils at all, which I would like to change. I'm worried I'll get even more oily and I know its not the case, but still :D

    Pink Frenzy

  8. Having oily skin I always opt against using a oil, but I wish i could as there are some great ones listed here that I've heard been raved about lots. x

  9. I was a bit hesitant about facial oils due to my super oily skin, however, I've tried them and love them!!! And have actually minimized how oily my skin would get.

  10. I have tried a facial oil, it was an african oil and it was amazing. it definitely helped and doesn't matter if you have oily skin

  11. I like facial oils but I'm always a bit careful as I don't want to break out! The Trilogy one is pretty decent though, I've tried it :)


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