Is your winter skin giving you the blues? ISUN Skincare’s Sapphire Facial Oil to the rescue!
It’s not surprising, given that you are exposed to damaging elements like the glaring sun, low humidity, bitter cold temperatures and biting wind that can deplete your skin of the natural oils that keep it hydrated. Dry skin is not just flaky and uncomfortable- it can also magnify imperfections like your wrinkles and fine lines, leaving you feeling more self-conscious than ever.
Your skin can really benefit from some extra TLC during this time of the year, and fortunately ISUN Skincare’s Sapphire Facial Oil ($38.00 for 1 oz.) is here to help you weatherproof your skin.
Based out of their own lab facility and fulfillment center in the San Juan mountains of Colarado, ISUN is a dynamic skincare line that synergizes nature and science with intuition and caring, using only organic, wildcrafted and natural plant ingredients in high-performing products.
The ISUN Skincare Sapphire Facial Oil is formulated for normal and sensitive skin of all ages and is chock-full of calming and balancing cold-processed herbs and oils that are efficiently absorbed into the skin to give you a supple, glowing complexion. A gorgeous golden hue, it is also rich in antioxidants which provides natural UV protection against the sun and other environmental stressors. We also have to warn you that the sophisticated blend of sandalwood, jasmine, bergamot, blue chamomile and rosemary essential oils will leave you intoxicated!
After your regular cleansing routine, massage 1-2 pumps of the product to your face and neck, avoiding the eye area. You can prep your skin with one of their Hydrosol Mists, although this facial oil is effective as a standalone product and can be used both day and night. Consistent usage will promote balanced moisture and a healthy, nourished complexion, and your skin will thank you for it. If you want to learn more about the Isun Skincare Line or the Sapphire Facial Oil and other products you can visit our two-part review series here and here.
By: Tricia Savino