So this is the third in my series about facial oils and the last one, for now at least. You may have read my previous posts about Trilogy and Manuka Doctor which I’ve been trying recently. But this Decleor Aromessence Iris Rejuvenating Serum had me really excited from the off. Let me explain why, I’d heard a lot about the brand before I started blogging but hadn’t seen the products on the high street so didn’t pay too much attention. Then I went to the Professional Beauty Show just over a year ago and watched a Decleor demonstration and was really impressed by the brand and found out a lot more about the its origins.
Strangely enough though I still haven’t tried a single thing from Decleor despite having been very tempted several times by QVC offers!
So I think that I set the bar rather high and was expecting a lot. They say:
“Decléor Aromessence Iris Concentrate is an elixir of 100% pure and natural essential oils specially formulated for the daily care of mature skin. Thanks to its natural affinity with the skin, this unique skin care product penetrates upon application to tone and energise your skin. It also redefines the facial contours and softens the signs of aging. Aromessence Iris Concentrate is the quickest and most direct beauty routine available to offer daily protection against the undesirable signs of ageing.”
How was it for me? Well, as I’ve said before, I try not to read the claims of the brand’s marketing blurb before I try the product. So I started off with a clean slate to form an opinion. The first application of the serum was so lovely because the smell is amazing! This is something that was missing from the other two oils that I tried. The oil sinks in quickly and I applied it night and day without getting any feeling of greasiness.
I suppose that it’s hard to give a definitive view of how a product improves or affects your skin when over a long period of time you use a number of different products combined to work on your skin t make it the best it can be – and this is particularly true for bloggers who find favourite products every other day. But what I can say is that when I looked in the bathroom mirror last night, when all my make-up and products had been removed I did thought straight away that my skin was looking fresh and quite toned. So I’m pretty impressed with it.
Have your tied any of the oils I’ve reviewed? Or any other facial oils? I’d love to hear your thoughts.
This post contains affiliate links. The products were gifted to me for review but the opinions are my own and are not prescribed.