A couple of favourite natural face oils

Here is a post to share a couple of favourite natural face oils I feel so grateful to of tried just this year (in 2018) 🕊 the natural face oils I chose include the KORA Organics noni glow face oil, the Trilogy Products very gentle restoring oil, an organic coconut oil, a natural face oil by L’Elu skincare and an organic rosehip oil by Trilogy Products 🌸 a couple of the natural face oils I bought, and one of the natural face oils was kindly gifted (thank you so much L’Elu skincare) and I hope noting the natural face oils could be helpful in case you could be hoping to try a natural face oil too 🕊 I enjoy and appreciate using all of the natural face oils and the natural face oils are quite different and share a unique colour, fragrance, softness and ease of being absorbed into the skin.

A couple of favourite natural face oils

KORA Organics noni glow face oil: as noted on the packaging, the noni glow face oil is a rich and powerful yet delicate treatment oil, designed for the face and the neck area. Further, certified organic noni extract, rosehip oil, pomegranate oil and sea buckthorn oil are noted to combine to create a rich source of antioxidants and essential fatty acids to help to smooth, nourish and brighten your skin. The noni glow face oil is a light golden colour, has a beautiful warm, nourishing and soft floral scent, and is also light, gentle and absorbs into the skin smoothly, helping the skin to feel soft and nourished.

Trilogy Products very gentle restoring oil: the very gentle restoring oil comes in gorgeous packaging; the pink and white box was carefully wrapped in tissue paper and the oil comes in a beautiful glass bottle with a drop applicator. The face oil has a light, gentle and neutral scent, is a beautiful light golden colour and glides onto the skin softly, absorbs gently and feels so soft and nourishing on the skin. As noted on the pink and white box, the face oil helps to repair and protect sensitive skin, and is a delicate, fragrance free blend of pure plant oils, helping to gently nourish and protect sensitive skin. 

Organic coconut oil: I sometimes use an organic coconut oil (by Blue Coconut) from our local supermarket often on my skin and face, both in the morning just after cleansing my skin and in the evening, just after having a shower. Organic coconut oil is soft and white, has a creamy coconut scent, feels nourishing to use on the skin and always helps my skin to feel moisturised and smooth. Blue Coconut oil is noted to be sourced from the Pacific Islands, and Blue Coconut pure coconut oil does not contain any additives, contaminants or trans-fats and is also naturally cholesterol free.

A natural face oil by L’Elu skincare: the natural facial oil kindly posted is noted to be for mature skin, and came carefully packaged in a beautiful geometric shape card box. The natural facial oil has a beautiful natural, leafy and earthy scent, is a clear golden colour and feels so luxurious and lovely to use. The natural facial oil by L’Elu skincare is also light and natural, absorbs into the skin quite easily and helps skin to feel so soft and looked after. As noted on the natural facial oil packaging, the natural facial oil is made with a careful blend of both natural plant oils and essential oils.

Organic rosehip oil by Trilogy Products: the organic rosehip oil from Trilogy Products comes in a beautiful magenta pink card box, and is carefully packaged in a glass bottle with a drop applicator. The caring benefits of pure, natural rosehip oil for the skin are carefully noted on the packaging and the organic rosehip oil by Trilogy Products is a warm, golden colour, has a light, neutral and light rosey scent, and absorbs into the skin easily and gently. I think the organic rosehip oil is one of the easiest natural facial oils to absorb into the skin, and helps the skin to feel soft, smooth and nourished. 

Prices for the natural face oils

(as noted on the brand websites)

🕊  KORA Organics noni glow face oil (30 mL, AUD $79.95)

🕊 Trilogy Products very gentle restoring oil (30 mL, NZD $43.99)

🕊 Blue Coconut cold pressed organic coconut oil (1 L tub, NZD $25.00)

🕊 L’Elu skincare natural facial oils (30 mL, NZD $87 to $153)

🕊 Organic rosehip oil by Trilogy Products (20 mL, NZD $27.99)

I hope sharing and noting a bit about the face oils could be helpful in case you are hoping to try a natural face oil too. All of the natural face oils are quite different in colour, softness, fragrance and ease of being absorbed and I hope noting the prices for each of the face oils could be helpful too. In case you are hoping to be quite careful with spending, an organic coconut oil can often be about $10 to $20 from a shop, and is so gentle, soothing and nourishing. 

Photo credit: Trilogy Products UK Instagram page (@trilogyproductsuk)

Sources: KORA Organics noni glow face oil packaging, Trilogy Products very gentle restoring oil pink and white box, Blue Coconut website, L’Elu skincare natural facial oil packaging

Please note: I also wrote an earlier blog post about the KORA Organics noni glow face oil, the Very Gentle Restoring Oil by Trilogy Products, organic coconut oil, a natural face oil by L’Elu skincare and an organic rosehip oil by Trilogy Products in case you are also hoping to read a couple more posts about the natural face oils noted above (please check the links)

Disclaimer: please note, although the natural face oil by L’Elu skincare was kindly gifted, the blog post is not sponsored, endorsed by or affiliated with KORA Organics, Trilogy Products, Blue Coconut or L’Elu skincare. I tried to be as honest and objective as possible, and I hope noting a bit about the brands could be helpful in case you could be hoping to try a natural face oil too (a link to the website for KORA Organics is here, for Trilogy Products is here, for Blue Coconut is here and for L’Elu skincare is here) 🕊🌸

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