Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Hydra-Oil Replenshing Body Cream & Tissue Oil-Spray

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Hello everyone! Today I have Hydra-Oil's newest products to show you. The replenishing body cream* (AUD$21.95) and the tissue oil spray* (AUD$16.95), sold exclusively to Coles. There are many benefits to Hydra-Oil - it’s the perfect remedy to drying skin in winter, containing Tri Nano Oil, it acts as a non-greasy emollient and helps with increased skin absorption. It also works to diminish scars, stretch marks and blemishes, makes skin smooth and supple, and hydrates. Containing Argan Oil (which is used in replacement of Vitamin A – following research that it has potential adverse effects on pregnant women and their unborn children), Vitamin E, as well as Chamomile Oil, this beauty must-have offers significant protection against the aging of skin.

Replenishing body cream
This is a very quick absorbing, intensive moisture cream-spray. It leaves skin feeling so smooth and soft. Has a lovely subtle lavender smell. It can target different problems by using it differently. To moisturise dry skin; apply after bathing and massage gently into dry areas. To treat scars, skin blemishes, stretch marks and wrinkled skin; apply twice a day directly onto the areas needing treament. Massage in circular motions. Use for a minimum of 3 months. For stretch marks during pregnancy; apply twice daily from the first trimester until after birth. I particularly used this after a shower and noticed how amazingly soft I feel. I can't stop touching my arm right now as I applied some more! I also really like the way it sprays out of the can like shaving cream. I've never seen a body cream in that consistency and it's really cool!

Tissue Oil Spray
This spray is for the treatment of dehydrated skin, uneven skin tone, mature skin, scar therapy and stretch marks. It works the exact same way as the body cream except this is an oil spray. It smells a bit funny but again it makes the skin feel really soft. This one is a little bit slower to absorb into the skin.

I would definitely recommend the replenishing body cream if you are looking for a moisturiser that is quick to absorb and also helps to restore the appearance of your skin. The only con I can really say is that the smell of the tissue oil isn't very nice and is a bit off-putting from the product. What do you think of these products? Will you pick them up next time you're at Coles? Thanks for reading. 


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