Superfacialist Rose Miracle Makeover Facial Oil

When it comes to removing my make up, I can be quite a lazy one. The basic Johnson Face Care Makeup Wipes (link) are usually my go-to product to remove my makeup at the end of the day. Easy and quick but am I really looking after my skin properly? Well, when I was on skiing holiday a few weeks back, one of my friends gave me a little friendly ‘lecture’ that I should be looking after my skin better. She has the most gorgeous healthy skin and raved about this brand called “Superfacialist by Úna Brennan” so we ended up having a bit of girly time-out discussing products, cleaning our skin and doing face-masks.

The product I fell in love with and ended up getting for myself as soon as I got back to London was the Superfacialist Rose Miracle Makeover Facial Oil. It’s a “a superb dual purpose ‘wonder-blend’ of aromatherapy oils ideal to pre-cleanse, hydrate and calm dehydrated, sensitive skins.

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How to apply? Pour a generous amount of oil into the palm of your hand. Rub hands together to warm the oil then slowly massage in circular movements onto face, neck and décolleté to let the oil dissolve impurities and open pores. Take time to enjoy the delicate Rose scent then wipe clean with a soft flannel dampened with hot water before cleansing skin as usual.

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The way my skin feels after? Uh-mazing! The rose smell is lovely (and quite calming) and the Miracle Makeover Facial Oil really cleanses my skin by removing the daily dirt and unclogging my pores. I was initially worried the oil might make my face quite greasy but that’s not the case at all. Instead, my face feels replenished, hydrated and super soft. There’s no going back for me now. This product is going to be a staple in my (new and improved) makeup removal routine.

You can buy the Superfacialist Rose Miracle Makeover Facial Oil (30ml) online at Superfaciliast.co.uk or exclusively at Boots for £14.99 (link). What is your makeup removal routine, and have you ever tried using an oil before?

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