New In Beauty: Inner Senses Deep Blue C Facial Oil review

Friday, 27 July 2018

Inner Senses Deep Blue C Facial Oil review
Facial oils have been a permanent fixture in my skincare routine for many years now, and I tend to have a couple of different bottles on rotation for helping with various skin concerns. At the moment, my skin has been feeling congested, irritated and sensitive due to the heatwave, so I've been reaching for this soon to be released newbie from Inner Senses.  

I was only introduced to Inner Senses about six weeks ago, but it's been love at first sight. Founded by an aromatherapy teacher and practitioner, Lisa Basso has used her extensive knowledge and love of plants and nature, to create an organic aromatherapy and wellbeing brand that contains an array of award-winning products. Oils are Lisa's speciality, so you'll find an interesting selection of Face Oils, Body Oils and dedicated Maternity/Pregnancy friendly products within the Inner Senses range.

All of the products are blended by hand and contain only pure and natural plant-based ingredients which are organic and ethically sourced. Free from parabens, synthetic colours, artificial fragrances and preservatives, everything from Inner Senses is also cruelty-free and vegan.

I've been lucky enough to get my hands on their Deep Blue C Facial Oil ahead of its release date, and have been testing it out for the past couple of weeks.  

Inner Senses Deep Blue C Facial Oil review
Specially formulated and developed for problematic skin that's prone to acne, breakouts and sensitivity/irritation issues, Inner Senses Deep Blue C Facial Oil is an ultra-soothing treatment which helps to calm everything down.  Think of it like a super nanny that's able to comfort a screaming toddler - if your skin is feeling irritated and resembles that exasperated bright red hue of a child in full tantrum mode, this is the facial oil for you!

The calming and cooling properties are all down to the ingredients which have been expertly chosen to soothe, repair and regenerate troublesome skin. The first ingredient is Jojoba Oil which creates a nourishing base, but the main miracle workers in this blend are Blue Tansy and Helichrysum Flower Oils, Prickly Pear, Baobab, Tamanu, Black Cumin and Pomegranate Seed Oils. There's also extracts of Turmeric root, Tomato Leaf, Chamomile, Calendula and Rosemary, who all bring their own spectrum of soothing properties to the mix.

I feel that the term 'powerhouse' is overused in the marketing world of new beauty launches, but this facial oil really does have all the hallmarks of a powerhouse formula and is certainly worthy of such a title. Since using this about twice a week in my evening skincare routine, I've noticed a pleasant decrease in the number of new blemishes and breakouts, so something is definitely working here, and I love how easy it sinks into the skin without making it feel greasy. Definitely, one to keep your eye on if you have blemish-prone, easily irritated skin as it can be difficult to find products that'll work. Inner Senses are onto a winner with this one!

 Inner Senses Deep Blue C Facial Oil* (30ml, price TBC) will be released later this year so keep an eye on innersenses.co.uk

What are your favourite facial oils?

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