|Best Beauty Oil Ever? The Pai Skincare Rosehip BioRegenerate Fruit and Seed Oil Review|
Pai Skincare are a totally new brand to me, their products are made in London, are vegan and cruelty free and their ingredients are simple and easy to understand. Their Rosehip BioRegenerate Fruit and Seed Oil Blend (£22) is a popular product, judging by the rave reviews I have been reading on Beauty Bay. Facial oils are one of my favourite skincare products to splurge on as I believe they are multi-purpose and can make a massive difference to your skin. I was encouraged to buy this product mostly because I couldn't resist the cute bottle. Sorry not sorry.
Like most skincare products this one, too, makes a lot of broad life-changing claims. It purports to reduce the appearances of scars, stretch marks, fine lines and UV damage in all skin types. The ingredient list is short, sweet and organic containing rosehip seed and fruit extract plus natural Vitamin A in layman's terms. The directions recommend applying 2-3 drops of the oil onto the palm of your hand and apply directly onto your skin - can be used on the face or body - and contact with lips should be avoided. It is also mentioned that time for the oil to absorb should be allowed before dressing and the next step in your skincare routine.
|Best Beauty Oil Ever? Pai Rosehip BioRegenerate Fruit and Seed Oil Review|
In total you get 30ml of product, which is a standard amount, my first impressions opening the box was disappointment at the size of the bottle, although the packaging is just as cute as I envisioned. Don't be fooled by the size, there will be enough to last you a good few months. The lid is one you unscrew with a pipette attached to the lid, I do prefer pumps because they are less finicky and messy. Plus, my bottle got knocked off my dressing table and 70% of the contents spilled over the floor leaving me desolate and inconsolable. I still can't believe that happened. I don't think 2-3 drops are enough for your face and neck I typically apply around 5 (I have quite a small face) and then I mix 1-2 drops with my foundation.
My verdict is quite simple: I love it. It is the best beauty oil I have ever used. There are a few cons such as the smell, what is that smell? I can't define it, it could just be an overwhelmingly natural aura but my nose does not like it. However, in spite of this I still have fallen head over heels in love with it. I adore the petitie transparent glass bottle it comes in, the pipette makes me feel like a French chemist. The colour of the oil screams joy and whenever I use it my skin feels incredible. It doesn't clog my pores, it isn't greasy and most importantly when I don't use it my skin feels lacklustre and it's all because of this tiny orange pot of gold. I have gotten really good results with this, my skin gets less oily throughout the day which is just sorcery and it helps speed up the life of my occasional annoying breakouts. My skin feels plump and nourished and if I could use it every second of every day I would. Rosehip oil is said to be brilliant for healing scars and would be suitable for all skin types, from really dry to very oily, and ages as this will work to reverse sun damage and fill out fine lines. This is one of those products that you don't realise how good it is until you stop using it so if you're in the market for a new face oil I highly recommend this to everybody.
|Best Beauty Oil Ever? The Pai Skincare Rosehip BioRegenerate Oil Review|
Thank you for reading my review of the Pai Rosehip Oil (£22), I hope you enjoyed it and found it useful. This post was not sponsored, I am usually such a negative Nancy about any and all skincare so I know some of you might be sceptical about whether I was paid to give this high praise but I promise all these thoughts are my own and I paid for it too. It only makes the spillage more tragic. Let me know what skincare you have fallen in love with in the comments and please don't forget to follow me on Bloglovin'. It means a lot to me, so I hope you do. Enjoy your Sunday. Take care.
What facial oils have you tried?