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Saturday, 10 May 2014

Pai Rosehip BioRegenerate Oil Review

Pai Rosehip Biogenerate Oil Review

This organic fruit oil has been raved about by so many people now I have lost count and I wanted to see if it was worth the hype. I am a huge fan of face oils, see my thoughts on the Triology offering here, as I think they keep your skin incredibly hydrated whilst reducing the appearance of pigmentation. However I recently managed to spill most of my Triology oil and so needed a replacement and as the Pai Rosehip BioRegenerate Oil  is a firm favourite amongst so many beauty bloggers I was curious to see if it lived up the the hype. 

It claims to be the ultimate skin multi-tasker, as it is effective at reducing the appearance of damaged skin, scars and fine lines. It is also the most concentrated Rosehip Oil on the market today. The Trans-Retinoic Acid converts to Vitamin A, giving your skin an incredible boost in its natural healing process. 

I have been using this solidly every night before bed and I love the finish that it gives. My boyfriend normally rolls his eyes at my 'lotions and potions' a name he always mutters under his breath as I am completing my skincare routine. But this little product has a thumbs up from him as he says it smells of cinnamon and make my cheeks incredibly soft. It does have a distinctive scent that is a combination of cinnamon and wood, it is hard to pinpoint exactly but it is not offensive and goes shortly after it is applied. This oil sinks into the skin almost immediately and leaves no greasy residue. I have been loving using it with a few drops of my beloved Estee Lauder ANR II, see review here, massaging it into the skin and then that is me done. Very easy and extremely effective. My skin is pretty clear at the moment, which for someone who is prone to breakouts is amazing and I would recommend this oil to anyone. I have also been using it on some mornings when I know I won't be using much makeup. If you are unsure of oils or love them then I would definitely give this a go. It deserves all the hype it gets! 

You can purchase it for £20 on the Pai website. I have been using it constantly for a month and I have barely made a dent so it is a good investment. 

What oils would you recommend?


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