Review Myroo Super Boost Drops - Brightening Blackberry, Protective Buriti and Calming Marula

Review Myroo Super Boost Drops Brightening Blackberry, Protective Buriti and Calming Marula


Myroo is a brand I’ve supported and trusted for several years. My faith in them goes as far as to use them in the run up to my wedding, that's how much I trust them to look after my skin. Myroo is suitable for everyone but they also focus on customers with allergies so this puts them top of my list for anyone who is struggling with sensitive skin. I have existing favourites from the product range which includes the Gentle Cleanser (fragrance free version) and Superfood Balm.

Myroo recently expanded their line and launched Super Boost Drops which includes Brightening Blackberry, Protective Buriti and Calming Marula. These are cold pressed oils which can be used individually or together. I've been championing the brilliance of oils for years and truly believe that most people would benefit from using them as part of a skincare routine. Speaking as someone with dry skin, oils can boost hydration and improve the appearance of my skin. I'm already familiar with Marula and Buriti so I focused my attention to Blackberry. 

It’s my understanding that Blackberry is packed with antioxidants, nutrients and a rich source of Vitamin C. This oil may improve, repair and heal skin making it ideal for all but could be most beneficial if you are prone to itchy skin and conditions like eczema and psoriasis. Blackberry also contains anthocyanins which have been shown to promote collagen synthesis and prevent sagging skin. 

I’m really enjoying using this Blackberry serum as part of my evening routine. I can tell that it's an emollient that nourishes and hydrates skin. It doesn’t feel heavy or greasy and tackles overall appearance and dryness. Currently I don’t have eczema on my face but it will probably return in the winter weather. If it does return then I look forward to putting Blackberry oil to my ultimate test and I'm confident it would be up to the task. You can of course use the Super Boost Drops individually but you could also add the drops into other products such as face masks or moisturisers. For instance, if you have a face mask that feels drying or a cream that is too light, pimp it up with a few drops of oil on application. By doing this you may benefit from additional hydration to compliment your skincare routine.

I am more than happy to recommend Myroo Super Boost Drops and I would pay out of my own pocket to replace once empty. If you are struggling with your skin and need a little boost then definitely give Myroo your consideration.

Sarah x


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