Boots Botanics Organic Nourishing Body Oil reviews
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Like most people,I was heavily skeptical about putting oil on my skin when it seems like it should be the last thing you should be doing when you have any form of acne.
However,my skin was getting really dry and irratted from the BP and I wanted something I could easily add to a moisturizer I already knew wouldn't break me out.
I also didn't feel like waiting to order online,so I went to Target hoping to find something local.
Luckily,I came across this nourishing oil from the Boots Botanics line.Unlike the Acne.Org suggested jojoba oils,this brand also has a few other oils blended into it,such as Bergamont,Rose,Citrus,and a few other flower-based oils.I wasn't sure if these were going to cause an issue,but I went ahead and purchased it anyways just to give it a try.
So far,I've been using this for about 4 weeks and have nothing but good things to say about it.It quickly got rid of my dry,flakey skin and continues to do a great job of keeping my skin hydrated and healthy.
I also did some research on the other oils listed in the ingredients and found that they,too were non-comedogenic and had a lot of healing benefits,such as fading of scars (including acne),reducing fine lines,evening of skin tone,and repair of damaged skin cells.Skin oils are apparently really popular in Europe and have been used for hundreds of years to keep skin healthy and young looking.
I also like that this product is easily accessible and I only have to drive down the street to buy it.I don't have to pay shipping,and the bottle is pretty generously sized,at about 3.2 oz for 10 bucks.Its been about a month,and the bottle I have isn't even close to being 1/4 used,so I have a feeling this should end up lasting me another 3 or 4 months atleast.
The bottle it comes in is glass,however,so it doesn't have an easy dispense spout like the acne.org bottle does.I've found that using mini travel bottles with droppers does the trick just fine,and mak