Balance Me Extra Care Radiance Face Oil Review

I’d never tried a face oil until the Balance Me Extra Care Radiance Face Oil* found its way into my life.  It was always a step in my skin care routine that I wasn’t fussed about as I guess I didn’t really understand it.  However I was still very excited when this landed on my doorstep as I was about to change all my preconceptions about face oils.
Lets talk about the product a bit.  Firstly it’s completely natural (the packaging says 100%) and I love the packaging.  Yes the glass bottle is not ideal for travelling but it looks lovely and the pipette dispenses the perfect amount of product that you need so there is no wastage! 
After my normal cleansing routine I apply two to three drops of this to my fingertips, warm it up by rubbing my hands together then apply it it generously across all areas of my face.  I finish off my routine with my usual moisturiser and I’m always so happy with the results in the morning.  I can’t believe that as somebody with dry skin that I’ve never tried face oil before.  The Balance Me offering is light with minimal grease while the product sinks in.  I usually apply it to my face an hour before bed to give it time to sink in properly with my moisturiser, otherwise it would probably end up all over my pillow.  After an hour it’s usually settled in enough for me to catch some beauty sleep with having that worry.
By morning, my face looks smooth and radiant  and most importantly, hydrated and plump.  I’ve been using this product every other day and I’ve defiantly noticed a reduction in pesky dry patches that crop up from time to time.  I’m so glad that I’ve added a face oil to my routine.  It’s the missing piece to my skincare routine on the night’s I’m not using my ANR.  I’m not crazy about the smell but it is something that I can certainly live with.  I’d take the results that this product offers any day!
The Balance Me Extra Care Radiance Face Oil is available from Debenhams for £30 for 30ml.

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