It's already snowing here in Montreal, which means that winter is here. My skin is drier and more irritable, so these are the two oils that I'm using to keep my skin happy!
Boscia Tsubaki Oil | 50 ml | $57
This oil is lightweight but it packs a punch. I apply 2-3 drops right after toner and it sinks in quickly, feeling gorgeous and soft. It's the perfect add-on to beef up your winter skincare, because it can easily fit into most skincare routines to give your skin extra hydration, nourishment and glow. The Tsubaki oil is really camellia oil, which is hydrating and rich in antioxidants. This oil also contains Japanese sea kelp and rice bran oil, which both help with evening out skin tone. It's really a gorgeous oil and I've already repurchased the full size version! Plus it works great under makeup, and I hear that it's good to mix into foundations (although I never tried that).
Kiehl's Midnight Recovery Concentrate | 30 ml | $54
This is the only product I've tried that makes a visible difference overnight. No matter what my skin issue is, this just seems to make my skin better and more HEALTHY the next day. It helps with hydration, evening out skin tone and radiance, so it's great to improve skin all around. The ingredients are 99.8% naturally derived, and the main active ingredients are evening primrose oil, lavender essential oil, and squalane. Honestly, every time I use this, I'm excited to see my skin in the morning. If you're looking to give your skin a nice treat, to pep it up if it's looking dull or irritated, then give this a go. I can't rave about this enough. Just try it.
Since today is Cyber Monday, I thought I'd let you know about the deal going on at Kiehl's if you are interested in getting the Midnight Recovery Oil or anything else:
Receive $20 off your purchase of $65 with the code "JINGLE" on Kiehls.ca
Or receive 15% off sitewide with the code "CYBER" on Kiehls.ca
These oils are currently the only ones that I am using now that it's colder out, and it's honestly a power combo. I use the Tsubaki oil nearly every day, but I use the Kiehl's Midnight's Recovery only a couple of nights a week since it is precious (read: expensive).