As some of you may know, my skin tends to get incredibly dry during the colder months, which means that i’m always on the look out for something that will leave it feeling moisturised. That’s why when the guys over at Malee very kindly asked me if I would like to try some of their Verdure Moisturising Oil I of course said yes. Well i’ve been using it for a little while now, and I thought that I would tell you what I thought of it.
Here’s what Malee say about their Verdure Moisturising Oil.
Discover the complete beauty solution to all of your skin, hair and nail repair needs.
Our intensely moisturising oil boasts a potent blend of super-concentrated natural oils, renowned for their nourishing, restorative and healing properties. Rich in essential Vitamins, fatty acids and skin tightening Peptides, it’s the all-in-one beauty product you simply can’t do without
- A potent blend of natural sweet Almond Oil, Coconut Oil, Argan Oil and Rosehip Oil.
- It’s non-greasy formula is fast penetrating, light-weight, nourishing and luxurious.
- contains notes of Citrus, Mint and Patchouli.
- Use as a daily moisturiser for hair, skin and nails, or as a pre-shampoo treatment for dry and damaged hair to replenish hair from within.
- Free from Sulphates, Parabens, Silicones, mineral oils and animal originated ingredients.
I really liked it’s scent, as even though it said that it contained a blend of Citrus, Mint and Patchouli, I could only really smell the Citrus, as it kind of overpowered the Mint and Patchouli to create a gorgeous Citrus Spa like scent, that kind of reminded me of a Lush Brightside Bubble Bar.
I really liked it’s consistency, as with this being an oil, it was as you can guess, incredibly oily, but luckily it wasn’t that oily that I ended up slipping around the place if I accidentally applied too much of it.
What it did when I used it.
I really liked what this did when I used it, as even though it was a moisturising oil, it strangely set rather quickly to a semi-matte finish that eventually set within about five or so minutes of me using it.
I absolutely loved it’s results, as once this had eventually set, it left my skin feeling incredibly soft and moisturised without feeling greasy, which was extremely surprising, as I thought that it’s blend of sweet Almond Oil, Coconut Oil, Argan Oil and Rosehip Oil would leave my skin looking and feeling like I had just been dragged through a swamp backwards.
I really liked it’s packaging, as this came in an extremely high quality glass bottle with a Silver screw top lid, that looked beautiful sat on my beauty shelves.
My overall thoughts.
Overall I would have to rate the Malee Verdure Moisturising Oil, a nine out of ten. I absolutely loved it’s gorgeous Citrus Spa like scent, it’s consistency, what it did when I used it, it’s results, and it’s extremely high quality packaging, but I just don’t think that I could justify spending £38 on a moisturising oil.
I was very kindly sent a bottle of the Malee Verdure Moisturising Oil to review, but all thoughts, opinions, and general ramblings are my own.
Have you checked out the Malee Verdure Moisturising Oil yet? What did you think of it? What’s your favourite body moisturiser? Please let me know down below.