Oskia restoration oil review

The product I will share today came in the Caroline Hirons Autumn kit I bought in November 2020. It was not a cheap kit but the saving per product were amazing around 55% and most of the products it had I have never tried them before and are excellent brands.

I just finished this face oil from Oskia, that is the maker of one of my favorite cleanser of all times the Renaissance cleansing gel, so you can imagine I had high expectations for this one. But let’s get into business, shall we?

Brand: Oskia

Country: United Kingdom

Purpose: Hydrate and sooth the skin, while improving elasticity

Main ingredients: oils of African Acmella, Lupin, Sea Fennel, Heart Seed Vine, Turmeric, Starflower, Rose Hip Seed & Evening Primrose

Texture: oil

Suitable for sensitive skin: Yes

For whom is good: all skin types, is non-comedogenic so is suitable for oily skins

Free of: mineral oil

Vegan: Yes

Cruelty free: Yes

Size: 30 ml / 1 fl oz.

Shelf life: 12 months

Packaging: Glass bottle with pipette

My opinion: This is a beautiful face oil that applies beautifully onto your skin. It leaves my skin soft and is perfect to use if you have in your routine, acids, or retinol or specially after a chemical peeling It helps your skin to heal while preventing further irritation.

It has botanical smell, that comes from the ingredients so it will not irritate your skin. and the best part that it won’t clog your pores. The downside? for me is the price so if you can afford it, go ahead, and enjoyed as it is a great product. But if you can’t or you don’t want to spend much on a face oil an excellent option which is a holy grail for me is the Virgin marula oil from The Ordinary.

How I used it: I used it in my evening routine as the last step

How long did it last: 3 months

What I like the most: How light and hydrating it was at the same time.

Score: 4/5. Excellent

Sustainability score: Good. It comes in a glass bottle and in a card box

Will I repurchase it: No, I think is a great product but the price is higher for what I would pay for a face oil

Where you can buy it: you can buy directly from Oskia page or big niche beauty retailers in your home country

Price: 85€ |$105 | £75

Note: there are no affiliate links in this post and I purchased the product reviewed.

Author: Maite

Hi I'm Maite I love everything about beauty and skincare but also love travel the world to see new places. I created this blog to combine my two passions and share with you in this little corner on the web. I hope you enjoy it!

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