We love multitasking products, beauty items that can be used in a multitude of ways and save space in your makeup bag (or when you’re packing for your Summer holiday!) Can you tell that we’re excited about Summer?! Our ‘Summer Starts Here’ June box shipped last week and included a 15ml Lucy Annabella treatment oil, which can be used on the face, skin and hair. This little bottle is a great size for traveling, luxurious and beautifully designed.
Our June box subscribers have received 1 of 3 scents; ‘Adore’ with Patchouli & Ylang Ylang, ‘Soothing’ with Spike Lavender & Rosemary or ‘Restful’ with Orange & Marjoram. All 3 treatment oils smell beautiful without being overpowering, and can be used as a body moisturiser every day, simply apply after your shower and massage into wet or dry skin. Our makeup expert Aimee Adams recommended applying a few drops to your face before bedtime to wake up with glowing hydrated skin. We’ve tested ‘Adore’, followed Aimee’s advice and we’ve noticed a difference in only a few days!
Your oil can also be used as a hair treatment, Lucy Annabella recommend pouring oil along your hairline and massaging into the scalp to strengthen growth. A small amount can also be applied to the ends to repair damage. We’ve also tried adding a few drops to a hot bath to fill the room with scent and moisturise the skin.
Lucy Annabella products are free from harmful chemicals, handmade in Ireland, organic and certified sustainable.
“Lucy Annabella treatment oils are a gorgeous smelling, nourishing yet non-greasy, vitamin rich blend of essential oils that are a real treat for your face, body and hair. I’m obsessed with using facial oils and find that they not only hydrate dry skin but can also balance oily skin. Massage a few drops into your face before bedtime and be prepared to wake up with glowing hydrated skin.”
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If you subscribe to Little-Known Box, what do you think to your Lucy Annabella oil? Which oil did you receive and how are you using it? Leave us a comment below, we’d love to hear your thoughts!