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True Moringa Lavender Facial Oil

I’m just going to start off by saying this: I know, the idea of putting oil directly on your face is terrifying.

But trust me, it has its benefits.

Having always struggled with problematic skin, if you were to have asked me a year ago to put an oil on my face I would have straight up laughed in your face. But due to the oh so lovely weather (note the sarcasm) of Boston MA, my skin has been extremely dry and raw this winter, and it needed a little assistance bouncing back.

On my quest for a boost of hydration, I discovered the True Moringa Lavender Facial Oil. After doing some intense research, the science behind facial oils really backed up this product. Natural oils have been determined to be the best way to restore the natural moisture and texture of skin, and even aid to the evening out of your skin tone.  


The True Moringa Lavender Facial Oil claims to combine anti aging and moisturizing properties of Moringa Oil with the soothing factors of pure Lavender. This product is formulated to reduce redness, damage, dry skin, and signs of aging with daily use. And for me? So far so good.

I’m not going to sit here and tell you that all my wrinkles and age spots have disappeared because… well, I’m only 19 and thankfully the stress of college has only aged my soul rather than my skin.

That being said, I suffer from a ton of hyperpigmentation from old acne scars, along with heavy dry patches and I am happy to confirm that the True Moringa Lavender Oil does appear to be aiding the overall look of my skin. As explained by the True Moringa company, True Moringa oil is known for stimulating cell division, growth, and the delaying aging of skin cells. Moringa oil is also known to increase the permeability of skin to prevent dryness and cracking.

This facial oil is different than any other I have tried because it is incredibly lightweight, easily absorbing, and doesn’t ever leave a film of grease over my skin. I have been loving using this in the morning after cleansing my skin, and under my makeup. As far as I can tell, there has been no difference in application of my makeup, except for the fact that my dry patches are FAR less noticeable and prevalent.

I prefer using this after exfoliating with a konjac sponge, because I love the feeling of applying the oil to a completely smooth and clear face. When applied to a smooth face, you really can feel the oil sink in and absorb into the skin rather than sit on top.

What I have noticed most about continued use of this product, is the bettered texture of my skin. After a couple weeks of using this everyday, I really noticed that my skin has become softer and more supple. In the mornings, my skin genuinely looks replenished rather than dehydrated. I have also noticed a major change in the appearance of my acne scars. The pigmentation has gone down dramatically- which, in combination with the texture change, has made a HUGE difference in the overall appearance of my skin.

The True Moringa Lavender Facial Oil retails for a $26, which in my opinion is an absolute steal when compared to other high end oils that can go into the hundreds.

I highly recommend this product, and would suggest it to anybody struggling with dry or aging skin. The Lavender Facial Oil is hydrating, replenishing, smells awesome, and is overall incredibly soothing on the face. What with the overall skin benefits, and the reasonable price, this is a product that everybody should check out.

Thanks for reading everyone! I hope you enjoyed, and I hope you found a new way to spend your money 😀 And don’t forget to stop by every Sunday and Wednesday for new and exciting posts!

Have an awesome day,
-Love, Lieve


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