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BODHI & BIRCH - Neroli Luce Facial Oil - essential for great skin

The option to try products from Bodhi & Birch introduced me to their skincare range and a rather delightful bottle of Neroli Luce Facial Oil, a particular favourite of mine, my skin adores Neroli and this I couldn't wait to use. The cuteness of the bottle made me feel like Alice in her Wonderland adventure, 'Try Me' was all this Neroli jar needed around it's tiny neck. Try it I did .......................... 

A simple glass bottle hides this luxurious Neroli Luce oil within, protected from sunlight and holding close it's secret. 

From the delightful packaging to my initial use I just knew it would work for my skin. Although a delicate bottle, it packs a punch with healing properties of Tunisian neroli, Sea Buckthorn's full to the brim offering of fatty acid, lipids, flavanoids and fat soluble vitamins. Elastin and hyaluronic production encouraging Grape Seed Oil, add Evening Primrose Oil, Apricot Kernel Oil and Jojoba to the mix and your skin will be thanking you. 

One drop can be used either morning or evening and used alone on the skin or mixed with your moisturiser, you can create your own skincare by mixing any product. This rich oil blends easily over my face and I can feel a wonderful tingle as the oil is absorbed, leaving a beautiful glow to my skin. Within a few days I could see my skin looking less ashen and blotchy (ear infections are not great for my skin), my skin was smooth and fresh. 
Without a doubt this is a must for my routine and Neroli just re balances and makes everything right again, it is skins first aid in beautiful packaging. I have found it essential for me with the coldish winter, the biting winds are never skin friendly and central heating is the Dementor for skin, it grasps hold and never lets go. 
This little bottle of Neroli Luce waves it's magic wand over your skin and 'ta da', everything is well again. 

For rose loving folk, there is another oil option from Bodhi and Birchw - try the Rejuvenating Oil. 

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