Thursday, 2 June 2016

The Jojoba Company


I'm always on the look for good quality skin products, so when the Jojoba Company offered to send me a few of their products, I was excited to try them.

The all-natural company promise that their products are perfect for sensitive skin, made entirely from jojoba oil that they grown on their farm in Australia.

With this in mind, I got to work with the products - their make up remover, day cream and 100% jojoba.

I started off with their makeup remover, and to begin with, I wasn't a fan. This suggests two different ways of using it - the first being to squirt a bit onto cotton wool and remove make up that way. When I did this I found the oil to be too dense and whilst it did remove my makeup I had a lot of oily residue that felt claggy on my skin. As someone who already has oily skin, I didn't like this. So I tried the second option - use it as a more traditional oil and apply it to damp skin to remove makeup before wiping off with a muslin cloth. I loved this, it removed my makeup easier and there was none of the residue of before. 

I loved the oil too - it was very multi-purpose! Because of my oily skin, I didn't use this on my face, but found that when used on my legs and arms I felt so much softer immediately. I used it on the ends of my hair too which are currently waiting to be cut, and it made them feel in a much better condition! 

The winner of this range though is the day cream, which quickly became a firm favourite very quickly. It's light and sinks into the face easily, and keeps my skin feeling moisturised throughout the day without being too heavy. I now use it in my every day skincare routine!

I'm definitely impressed with this range, especially as it contains all natural ingredients, and will definitely be trying more of the range soon!

The Jojoba Company is available in Holland and Barrett now and starts at £12.99!


*Disclaimer, I was fortunate enough to receive these polishes to review, however this doesn't change my opinion, as always. :)

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