Bodhi Desert Rose Rejuvenating Facial Oil

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After the Bodhi event earlier in the month I’ve been giving the new Desert Rose Rejuventation Facial Oil a go, since trying the Nourish Argan Rescue Oil I’ve been addicted to facial oils, I really notice the difference in my skin quicker than using a cream and enjoy using something that feels so concentrated.

First off, you’ve got to admire the beautiful packaging of this new product in the Bodhi Artisan Series, hand assembled and sealed with ribbon and a gold seal it really does feel luxurious. The bottle is made from ethically sourced Biophotonic Violet Glass which protects the ingredients, clever huh?

The Bodhi Desert Rose Rejuventating Facial Oil launched on the 25th August at an introductory price of £46 for 30ml, rising to a RRP of £56 in September. Pricy, I know, but did you know that on average it takes 4 tons of rose petals to make 1kg of rose oil? This means that each bottle of Bodhi Desert Rose oil contains around 320 roses and when a dozen roses comes in at around £40 it makes you see the value of the ingredients a bit more.

In addition to Bulgarian Damask Rose Otto, this luxe oil blend also includes Argan Oil, Rosehip Oil, Tunisian Neroli Oil, Kukui Nut Oil, Strawberry Seed Oil and Vitamin E, that’s a  super powered facial oil blend, with pretty much everything that you would need within it!

Although advertised as a facial oil, you can use this product on hair, skin and your cuticles, wherever you need to really. I’ve been using it as a night treatment and I love the unconventional rose scent. Although it doesn’t absorb fully into my skin, I find that it feels lightweight and not greasy. Because I don’t find it sinks in as well as I would like I wouldn’t use this in the day as I don’t think it would allow me to get the matte make up finish that I like, but for a night treatment it works a treat for me.

Have you tried anything from Bodhi?

Which facial oils do you like?

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