aroma m beauty | camellia face oil

aroma m camellia face oil

I’m on a camellia kick.

Right now, I’m currently testing a luxury line based around Japanese beauty secrets.

Unfortunately, the sampler I ordered lacked a serving of lovely camellia facial oil, so at night I’ve been layering my sample of Aroma M Camellia Face Oil atop my serums and creams for an extra jolt of beauty.

aroma m camellia face oil

{Aroma M sent me a small sample of its Camellia Face Oil. A full-size 1.6-ounce dropper bottle costs $95. Photo Courtesy Aroma M}

Because I just ran out of my small sample, I’ve been going through a small withdrawal (though I have plenty of other lovely oils to choose from) as I’ve fallen in love with the fresh, slightly sweet smell of darling camellia oil.

Aroma M’s Camellia Face Oil is similar to its hair oil that I adored, but contains a few different key ingredients that lend itself to an alluring scent and silky smooth feeling.

Here’s what’s inside Aroma M Camellia Face Oil:

Organic camellia seed oil, organic carrot seed oil, organic golden jojoba oil, organic apricot kernel oil, organic evening primrose oil, organic argan oil, vitamin E, organic essential oils of jasmine, neroli, geranium and frankincense

I love seeing the previously raved about carrot seed oil in this concoction as well as the always-lovely evening primrose oil. What makes my nose flutter with delight (yes, my nose flutters the same way a heart does) is the captivating fragrances of my favorites jasmine and frankincense with a splash of neroli and fresh geranium.

As a fan of all things jasmine and facial oils in general, I’d say that Aroma M Camellia Face Oil reminds me most of Rodin Olio Lusso Face Oil. There are a lot of overlapping ingredients, but I think Aroma M edges out Olio Lusso thanks to its well-edited blend and inclusion of my new “it” oil.

Have you tried camellia oil before? Are you familiar with Aroma M? Tell me your thoughts in the comments section!

 


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