Winter wreaks havoc on my skin, leaving it dry and prone to breakouts. As someone who aims for a healthy and radiant complexion, relying solely on serums and creams isn't enough, especially when I wear foundation. Among the various oil brands I've tried, Tarte Maracuja Oil stands out as a personal favorite. While the texture may be slightly heavy, it effortlessly penetrates my skin, and although it initially feels slightly sticky upon application, once I set my lightweight foundation, the results are glorious. I wholeheartedly recommend this oil, and be sure to keep an eye out for great promotions and discounts.
Product Feature (from www.tartecosmetics.com)
WHAT IT IS
This vegan, 100% cold pressed Maracuja oil transforms dry, dull skin.
WHAT IT DOES
promotes firmer, brighter, smoother looking skin
protects & softens while hydrating dry skin
helps improve the appearance of dark spots & redness for a healthy, youthful radiant complexion
self-care multitasker for face, body, hair & nails!
sustainably harvested by hand from the Amazon
for all skin types, even oily & blemish-prone
non-greasy, weightless formula won't clog pores
infused with grapefruit to balance & deliver a refreshing scent
The packaging of this product is beautifully designed, featuring a glass bottle with a convenient pump that makes it easy to use.
My Skin Type :
My skin type is combination of old and dry
Dense - meaning that this oil is not light weight.
Passiflora edulis seed oil, tocopherol.
General Review :
In general, I must say that this oil treatment has won my appreciation. It effectively helps my foundation glide smoothly, giving me the radiant and dewy look I desire. Moreover, it visibly improves the health and appearance of my skin.
Apllications and Direction :
apply 2-3 drops onto clean, dry skin on face & neck
mix 1-2 drops with your moisturizer or liquid foundation for enhanced hydration benefits
You should apply 2-3 drops of the oil onto clean, dry skin on your face and neck. For enhanced hydration benefits, you can also mix 1-2 drops with your moisturizer or liquid foundation. Personally, I prefer using 1-2 drops, which I gently mix in my palm before applying it to my entire face and neck. Then, I follow up with my day cream and foundation. It's worth noting that I typically use this oil after applying my serums.
On the website, it's worth mentioning that they provide information about the various benefits of using Maracuja Oil, not only for the face but also for other purposes such as hair/scalp, cuticles, and hands/feet. I'm definitely looking forward to trying it on my split ends.