As you can see, I got Black Cumin – Cajeput and Blueberry – Jasmine. Let’s have a look at their skin benefits, shall we?
Blueberry: a powerfruit packed with antioxidants and is often used
to soften the skin and bring back its elasticity.
Jasmine: besides the uplifting and soothing scent, revives dehydrated skin.
Cumin Seed oil : I have to admit, I hadn’t heard of Black Cumin Seed oil before, and while I was doing some researches, I saw some sensational titles
such as “Miracle oil” and “Immune system booster”. While I obviously can’t
confirm this, I can tell for sure that it’s highly rich in essential fatty acids like linoleic and linolenic acids. BCS oil is used against pimples and helps minimize pores.
Cajeput : a decongestant (I wish I had known this
sooner, since I have sinus infections hum…) and an astringent oil, benefitting oily skin. Used to heal minor scars and apparently, also helps clear eczema.
Application: it says to add 2-3 drops in your moisturizer day/night
formulated with smaller molecules, to penetrate deeper into the skin
layers and allowing to treat skin conditions. Well, better late than never I guess 😉 Now I know that I should use a serum to add more efficiency to my moisturizer.
I mix 2 drops of Blueberry-Jasmine with my Trevarno daycream, and it blends really well, because this moisturizer is super lightweight. A few
drops add a touch of freshness and leave a lovely jasmine scent.
– In the evening: I apply the Black Cumin + Cajeput on a cleansed face. I used to
apply 2-3 drops on my face and on specific spots (make sure to test patch first, as it could be too potent for you). Recently, I experimented and mixed it
with my Indie Lee Squalane oil and it worked really fine.
and slowly diminishes the existing ones. I’ve been using it for over a month now and besides the few hormonal spots, my pores looked smaller and some blackheads disappeared.
*Highest grade, cold-pressed virgin oil **Organic
I’ve been able to see a noticable difference on my skin since adding these serums to my moisturizers. Both products helped my skin retain some moisture, despite having been sick, sleep-deprived and slacking off on my usual healthy eating. The skin disaster that usually follows with those problems has been mostly avoided.
Offering a personalized service with a variety of high-quality and targeted skin serums is a stellar idea! There’s truly a serum for everyone. Odacité’s staff are very professional and attentive to their customer’s needs, as I mentioned here and if you’re interested in trying Odacité products, I suggest you suscribe to their newsletter, as they regularly send some promo codes. I’ll definitely get my hands on some more serums, because they’re incredible. I have added Grapeseed/Grapefruit and Papaya/Geranium on my wishlist. I strongly believe in plant synergy and if you manage to find the combination that works great for you, you might see some impressive results.Have you tried Odacité? Let me know!
were kindly sent to me, all opinions are my own.