Sunday, 1 February 2015

Juicy Skin With The Neals Yard Wild Rose Beauty Balm

How have I not discovered rosehip oil before now? With my whole skincare routine aimed at calming pesky redness it's a wonder how I've never added this product into my routine - but times are changing! I've found the missing link in my oily/combination skincare routine (Winter LOVES to do its best to dehydrate this face!) and the futures looking rosey (Aha! Ahem).

Introducing the Neals Yard Wild Rose Beauty Balm:
If you're unfamiliar with rosehip oil, it's a pressed seed oil, extracted from the seeds of a wild rose bush and is an antioxidant, so works wonders in repairing the skins layers and calming down scaring and redness. Anyway, this cleansing balm contains high levels of rosehip (as well as geranium, starflow, hemp and rosemary oil) and after using the balm for a few weeks, I've noticed that my skin has settled down and things are looking a lot more juicy!
Asif adding a little extra oopmh to your skincare routine wasnt enough it can also be put to work as a deeply nourishing facial treatment (my personal fave) or a light exfoliant - so you can slip it into your own skincare routine any which way...which you definitely should.

 There is a high possibility I'll be adding a rosehip serum into my routine to really oopmh things up! I'm officially converted. Let me know your thoughts!



  1. I've never heard of anything like this before but I'd love to give it a go, it sounds so interesting!

  2. It's a great all rounder! Plus it has little bumpy bits that act as a gentle exfoliator. My skin loves it!

  3. Catherine Delves4 March 2015 at 20:27

    I use this once a week on my oily skin and it's fab, just gives it that bit of extra nourishment it needs! Lovely post :)

    Catherine xx

  4. Everyone seems to love this little gem! I also have oily skin & I haven't found this too much at all! (& thank you!) x


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