snowberry | soothing facial massage oil

snowberry soothing facial massage oil

I feel like we keep hearing about “facial yoga” everywhere.

When things like that start to make waves online, I tend to ignore them and go about my beauty routine.

Now that I’ve received a “facial massage oil” from Snowberry, I’m still a bit perplexed by all this working out and pampering that my face apparently needs, but that doesn’t take away from how much I’ve enjoyed playing with this cool blue oil.

snowberry soothing facial massage oil

{Snowberry sent me a sample of its Soothing Facial Massage oil, which retails for $32.}

Instead of reserving a special time to use this oil during a planned facial massage, I’ve been giving myself about three pumps of Snowberry Soothing Facial Massage Oil at night during regular oil cleansing times.

It’s been a heavenly treatment pre-May Lindstrom Blue Cocoon, and the oil has more of a slip than typical oils such as jojoba or argan. It’s almost the same slippery consistency as castor oil without feeling so heavy or looking so shiny.

The scent is fresh and clean thanks to chamomile and rosehip, and no strong aromas linger after you pat off the excess oil post-cleanse.

So, I haven’t really used this as a “facial massage oil” per the usage instructions, but as another lovely oil blend for cleansing.

Snowberry recommends using it as a moisturizer throughout the day for dry and sensitive skin, too, which explains why it feels a bit too heavy for my oily skin.

snowberry soothing facial massage oil

Snowberry’s Soothing Facial Massage Oil is housed in a plastic container, which, for a product that seems to be a luxury (a separate oil just for facial massage, really?), feels a bit blah. The white frosted container dulls the brilliance of the blue oil inside!

That said, I’m sure it keeps the cost low compared to glass, and I can see the pretty blue oil just fine once I pump it onto my hand (though you probably can’t really tell in the photo above).

Here’s what’s inside Snowberry’s Soothing Facial Massage Oil:

Macadamia Integrifolia seed oil, Passiflora Incarnata seed oil, Helianthus Annuus (sunflower) seed oil, Plukenetia Volubilis seed oil, Rosa Canina fruit extract, Glycine soja (Soybean) oil/ Calendula officinalis flower extract/Tocopherol, DPG Quercus Suber Bark (Cork) extract, Bisabolol, Zingiber officinale (Ginger) root extract, Tocopherol (mixed) & Beta-Sitosterol & Squalene (sunflower), Rosmarinus officinalis leaf extract, Rosa rubginosa (Rosehip) seed oil, Punica Granatum seed extract, Guaiazulene

All in all, Snowberry’s Soothing Facial Massage Oil is lovely, but not a repurchase for me. I’ll finish it out as an oil cleanser — and maybe one day I’ll pencil in time for a proper facial massage after my facial yoga.

Have you tried anything from Snowberry? Do you do facial yoga or facial massage? (Am I really missing out by not taking this seriously?) Tell me in the comments section!

 


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