I was first introduced to SkinOwl several months ago and was then lucky enough to see them at Indie Beauty Expo in LA. Spending time at their booth was great. Not only did I get to meet their amazing founder and super sweet team, but I got to check out all of their products. One that they sent me home with was a bottle of the SkinOwl Geranium Beauty Drops. I have been using this oil on a regular basis for a couple of months now. It’s a bit overdue for a review.
Claims: “Geranium Beauty Drops balances, decongests and combats first signs of aging, while boosting radiance. Best for dehydrated, dull, combination skin types. This luxurious oil is to be used morning night, in place of a serum & moisturizer.”
Ingredients: Raw, Organic, Unrefined Argania Spinosa Extract, Organic Rose Geranium Oil
Pros: Absorbs quickly into skin. Very hydrating. Balances out combination skin. Works great at night or in the morning. Does not interfere with the application or wear of makeup. Cruelty-free and vegan brand.
Cons: None. There are other formulas geared towards other skin types, so if this isn’t the best fit for you another formula of Beauty Drops likely is.
The Verdict: The SkinOwl Geranium Beauty Drops have changed my skin so much. The difference is very dramatic to me. I have combination skin that tends to be on the dry side. I am also concerned with aging but also still get clogged pores from time to time. Since using the SkinOwl Geranium Beauty Drops, my skin is smoother, calmer, and more consistent. Not only do I have fewer breakouts, but I also have fewer dry patches. This oil is amazing at night, works well under makeup, and even works as a great base for self-tanner on my face. I am now almost out of this oil and will definitely be ordering it again.
Have you tried the SkinOwl Geranium Beauty Drops before? What did you think of it?
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