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VOTARY FACIAL OIL - neroli & myrrh

Oils are so enticing for me, cleansing, facial, hair or body, I just love them for my skin and many really give a beautiful glow. So, here I have a little delight, Votary Neroli & Myrrh facial oil.

Neroli has always been a huge success for my skin, it gives it life but also, keeps it balanced. I discovered Neroli in my twenties and two decades later my skin still responds to this essential oil produced from the blossom of the bitter orange tree.
Votary present this oil in a 30ml green-hued bottle, this peppery, citrus scent warms to a relaxing enveloping cloud that I inhale before I blend it over my entire face and neck. It oozes, literally, over the skin, not watery, it has a solidity to the consistency, it means business.
Neroli and Myrrh are quite the double act, with anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties from the neroli and the purifying, revitalizing and uplifting qualities of myrrh, this is one oil that I just can't be without.

This Votary facial oil slots easily into both my skincare routines, after my serum it blends over my skin, I often leave this as the last stage of application, but, sometimes I add a moisturiser, SPF, or both. I do, however, love using this oil before bed, from the scent to the consistency and my glowy skin, this relaxes me and by morning I never fail to wake up and my skin just feels soft. After a few evenings of retinol, I often reach for this, it's the calm after the storm and, though, my skin rarely reacts to retinoids, it's always nice to soothe with a fabulous oil and balance my skin. 
This is bottled luxury, ideal, if like me you have oily combination skin or those grey skin days, when nothing works, well, grab your Votary and watch your skin come back to life. 

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