Kiehls | Rivive & Replenish

Shaz Saed -- Blonde Tea Party -- www.blonde-tea-party.com -- beauty and makeup tips --

I’ve been dabbling in the idea of facial oils for awhile now and where better to start than with Kiehl’s Daily Reviving Concentrate. This is a lightweight, dry oil that absorbs instantly into skin to help protect against  environmental aggressors. It helps to correct signs of fatigue, improves dullness, lines and uneven texture. It contains a powerhouse blend of naturally-derived oils like Ginger Root, Sunflower and Tamanu which make skin feel energized, radiant and youthful. It smells divine as you would imagine, uplifting and awakening, just what you need to start the day on the right note. Apply after cleansing before your moisturiser. Works perfectly under makeup because as it’s a dry oil it doesn’t leave any residue whatsoever, this was the first question I asked the wonderful sales asscociate. I am already deeply inlove with this.

Shaz Saed -- Blonde Tea Party -- www.blonde-tea-party.com -- beauty and makeup tips --

Now to replenish skin while you sleep, Kiehl’s Midnight Recovery Concentrate, a cocktail of pure essential oils such as Evening Primrose and Lavender help to restore skins apprearence overnight by boosting moisture to depleted skin resulting in a smoother more radiant complexion by sunrise. Enriched with Squalane, a botanical lipid that keeps skin supple and soft. The Lavender oil makes this soothing and calming to use before bed. I have heard countless rave reviews about this and I can see why. It’s incredible and that’s after just one use! My skin this morning looks, fresh, clear and bright. Makes you wonder what you ever did before this. It’s incredible, I highly recommend you try this if you want to see results fast. Apply after cleansing and toning, before you moisturiser.

What is your take on facial oils?



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