qet botanicals | hydrating night serum

qet botanicals hydrating night serum

So you have fussy skin that’s better suited to one-ingredient face oils.

Me too.

And you crave a little variety plus a swoon-worthy scent in your evening skincare routine.

Double me too.

Time to consider Qet Botanicals Hydrating Night Serum.

qet botanicals hydrating night serum

This non-irritating evening facial oil combines under-appreciated sunflower seed oil with rosehip, argan, cranberry seed, broccoli seed and seabuckthorn oils for a deeply nourishing base perfect for combination skin.

A combination of lighter and heavier oils, Qet Botanicals Hydrating Night Serum meets my skin’s cold-weather needs. It helps keep dry patches away (especially when combined with gel, cream or toner) without clogging my pores.

It takes me just 3 drops (Qet suggest 3-5 drops) massaged over evenly spritzed skin to get enough moisture and hydration at bedtime. Qet correctly labels this face oil as “hydrating,” too, as it includes vegetable glycerin, which smooths and softens while offering some slip in the oil’s texture.

Here’s the full ingredients list:

Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil*, Rosa Mosqueta (Rosehip) Fruit Oil*, Argania Spinosa (Argan) Fruit Oil*, Glycerine (Vegetable)*, Vaccinium Macrocarpon (Cranberry) Seed Oil, Brassica Oleracea (Broccoli) Seed Oil, Hippophae Rhamnoides (Sea Buckthorn) Fruit Oil*, Jasminum Officinale Grandiflorum (Jasmine) Flower Oil, Tocopherol (Non-GMO Vitamin E), Boswellia Carterii (Frankincense) Oil. *Organic Ingredient

In addition to the wonderful carrier oils and glycerin, Qet Botanicals Hydrating Night Serum also contains grounding frankincense oil and intoxicating jasmine oil for an earthy, green floral aroma that helps create a wonderfully soothing evening ritual.

I prefer softer, more delicate scents in my facial skincare — especially at bedtime. There’s just enough jasmine in this facial oil to whisk you away to floral dreamland, but never overpower your nose.

Instead, it evokes the scent-sation of a jasmine bush’s earthy aroma after a quick summer rain. If you’re a jasmine fan like me, you must try this face oil.

At $50 for half and ounce, it’s a little more expensive than other facial oils on the market, but it’s not absolutely outlandish. It’s worth a try if you’re looking for a formula that’s made with mostly organic carrier oils, offers hydration and smells like the best flower in the world.

I’ll be repurchasing this oil.

Have you tried anything from Qet? What do you think of jasmine and frankincense in facial care products? How much is too much for an organic facial oil? Tell me in the comments!

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