Although naturally dry skin is a condition affecting a small percentage of people, there are, however, other factors which may lead to a dry complexion. These range from the change of the seasons, using moisture-stripping products on your skin, smoking and, of course, not drinking enough water. It’s also an inescapable fact that, as we age, substances such as Ceramides which make up the skin’s natural moisture barrier decrease and the skin starts to show the sign of dryness and wrinkles inevitably appear. So, for many of us, keeping the skin hydrated is an absolute must. Hydrated skin looks healthier. It minimises the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles while also combating oiliness and, as additional bonus, it makes the skin more resilient to environmental irritants. With these thoughts in mind, it can often be a challenge to find an effective product that can assist in lasting natural skin hydration. This is an age-old problem that Olverums’ recently launched body oil, The Dry Body Oil, hopes to solve.
The lightweight, non-greasy dry oil spray is described as being ideal for busy people who may find themselves time challenged when it comes to adopting a regular skin care regime. For those familiar with the Olverum brand, the fact that the pioneers of green beauty have launched a new skin care range is indeed very exciting news. However, the new product will have an uphill task if it is to meet the high standards of Olverum’s flagship and widely acclaimed Original Bath Oil. We’re pleased to say that The Dry Body Oil did not disappoint.
Created through the delicate blending of Atlas Cedar Bark Oil, Sandalwood & Frankincense Oils and Bergamot & Bitter Orange Leaf Oils, a few sprays of The Dry Body Oil was all that was needed to leave my skin feeling remarkably soft and hydrated. The aroma left on my hands was so refreshing that, minutes after lightly massaging the oil onto the skin, the lingering and refreshing scent on my fingertips was refreshing to inhale.
According to its creators, each Olverum body oil features the unique aquatic botanical Alaria Esculenta Extract which helps to boost the synthesis of Collagen and Hyaluronic Acid. The result is that your skin is left feeling smooth, plumped and rejuvenated.
After just ten day of daily use I was pleasantly surprised to find that that this ultra-light dry body oil visibly appeared to help preserve my skins firmness and elasticity. The tell-tale fine lines which often appear at the corner of my eyes and had disappeared and I felt that my skin had a healthy glow about it that I hadn’t seen for a very long time. All of that in a handy, and practical 100ml bottle that will easily last me a month. A bargain for the asking price of just £36.00. Highly recommended.
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Kizzi Nkwocha is the editor of Business Game Changer Magazine and publisher of The UK Newspaper, Money and Finance Magazine, the net’s fastest growing wealth creation publication. Kizzi Nkwocha is chair of The Ethical Publishers Association and co-chair of The Logistics Association. Kizzi made his mark in the UK as a publicist, journalist and social media pioneer. As a widely respected and successful media consultant he has represented a diverse range of clients including the King of Uganda, and Amnesty International. Nkwocha has also become a well-known personality on both radio and television. He has been the focus of a Channel 4 documentary on publicity and has hosted his own talk show, London Line, on Sky TV. He has also produced and presented both radio and TV shows in Cyprus and Spain.