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Celtic Herbal Rejuvenating Facial Oil



It would seem that Wales has some hidden gems when it comes to natural skincare and my latest Welsh discovery is Celtic Herbal. The range they offer consists of soap, bath oils & salts, skincare and bodycare.

I have been using the Rejuvenating Facial Oil which is a blend of rosehip, pomegranate and evening primrose oils. I chose this based on the ingredients as they are ideal for dry and mature skin. This is clear and light oil compared to others I have used. I think the lighter consistency of this oil will appeal to anyone who finds similar products heavy or greasy. The fragrance is delicate and floral from rose and geranium. I have been using this in the evenings and it feels really lovely on my face. I like how smooth and fresh my skin looks in the morning. I would definitely add this facial oil to my recommendation list and I would repurchase for myself. 

If the Rejuvenating oil is not to your tastes, Celtic Herbal also have a Nourishing facial oil which is blended for normal skin and contains apricot, jojoba, raspberry seed oil and vitamin E. Celtic Herbal products are also Vegan friendly.

If you are interested in this brand you can find their products stocked at Adore Naturals.


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8 comments:

  1. I really love rose oils. It's good that it's light, like you, I also find alot of facial oils can be a little on the heavy side. Thanks for sharing :-) xx

    Kinderhealthandbeauty.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. yes, a lot of people voice the opinion that oil will be greasy but this one is very different to others I have recommended :)

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  2. Always nice to discover new beauty oils :-)
    x

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  3. Must have a look. I love Bodhi's Neroli Luce facial oil, but its pricey. Sarah you may want to look at GerlindeNaturals, if you don't already know about them. I've got one of her cleansing oils and really like it. The range is very pocket friendly too.

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    1. I forgot to mention the price as it does come in cheaper than Bodhi, it's only £11.50 (50ml). Thanks for the recommendation, I was reading your review earlier and I shall be checking them out :)

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  4. Hi Sarah! I came across your youtube and blog whilst trawling through google looking for natural skincare and beauty! I have been told by the doctors I have eczema on my eyes. Its flared up really bad at the moment. Can you recommend any products? And I'm thinking of starting out using all organic natural beauty products!xx

    www.makeupbysophieblog.co.uk

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    1. Hi Sophie, I have tweeted you but for the benefit of others thought I'd comment back here as well. Eye eczema is a really tricky one and to this day I have struggled finding the perfect products. You have to think about the cleanser you are using and may need to cut back on makeup for a little while. You could look at Salcura products or I once recommended Dr Organic Manuka cream (sold at Holland & Barrett) to another blogger who had same problem and it worked for them. A simple oil like jojoba, rosehip, apricot kernel to moisturise might help. The key is to remove irritants from products, fragrance free/unscented might help. Green People has an unscented eye cream which is gentle. I hope that helps? Just drop me an email or tweet should you need any further suggestions.

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