Boscia Tsubaki Beauty Oil

This past weekend while in Sephora, I was about to buy some Argan Oil when a sales rep for Boscia stopped me and said “If you like Argan Oil you will love Boscia’s Tsubaki Oil”. She took me aside and explained what it was and it’s benefits. It was a couple of dollars cheaper and she really convinced me after letting me compare the two to actually go with Boscia. I’ve been using the product for a few days now and I have to say that I absolutely love it! I have both dry (around my nose and mouth) and oily (my T-zone) areas on my face and it’s really hard to find a product to really work well. I found that when using the Argan oil it really helped to even out my skin, but it was a little heavy, still a very wonderful product. But the Boscia is so much lighter and it literally takes 5 seconds to absorb and feel like nothings there but smooth, soft skin.I am currently using it after I wash my face at night and also as a primer for my foundation.  I highly recommend this product.

Here’s a little description of the product that I got from Sephora’s website:

Tsubaki (Camellia) oil has been an essential part of Japanese beauty rituals for centuries. Japanese women, well-known for their flawless skin, would traditionally nourish and protect their skin with native Tsubaki oil, which is naturally fast-absorbing, hypoallergenic, and always non-comedogenic. In addition to its potent skincare benefits, Camellia oil is responsible for the iconic smoothness of the geisha and samurai hairstyles of the past. Tsubaki Beauty Oil hydrates and replenishes, leaving skin smoother, softer, and more supple. An excellent source of fatty and omega 3 acids, this soothing oil prevents premature signs of aging by defending the skin against free radical damage. Wakame (Japanese sea kelp) repairs past damage by replenishing protein and helps support natural collagen production. Rice bran oil restores the look of skin for a glowing, gorgeous complexion with its lightweight, non-greasy texture.

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