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Aroma Treasures Grape Seed Vegetable Oil Review

BY SOMREETA MUKHERJEE 

While searching for an oil that I can comfortably use for my skin as well as hair, I happened to zoom in on Aroma Treasures Grape Seed vegetable oil, which is known to suit acne-prone skin while hydrating it thoroughly. Today I would like to review it in this post:

WHAT DOES THE WEBSITE CLAIM?

“ For all skin type, odorless, penetrating. Very Light oil. Slightly astringent tightens & tones the skin. Does not aggravate acne.

Use For : 

Astringent properties

Toning of skin

Acne”

Priced at Rs 210 for 50 ml, this pale yellow coloured oil comes in a transparent plastic bottle with a flip-top cap. Extremely light-weight in texture, it looks almost colourless when poured on to your palm.

The best part of using this oil is that it hydrates the skin without aggravating the problem of acne. I use it on my hair as well as on my skin. I prefer adding a few drops of essential oil, whether lavender or tea tree, and use it both as hair oil and as body oil. I have rarely used it on face, may be a drop or 2, but it has never broken me out.

 AROMA TREASURES GRAPE SEED VEGETABLE OIL PROS

  • Affordable
  • Light-weight
  • Odourless (often smells of the essential oil it is mixed with)
  • Doesn’t aggravate acne
  • Hydrates skin
  • Gets absorbed quickly
  • Makes hair soft
  • Decent packaging that allows no wastage or leakage

 

AROMA TREASURES GRAPE SEED VEGETABLE OIL CONS

  • Not much is mentioned on the way it should be used on hair and skin. So basically I had to do my research on whether I can use it for my hair and how to use it for my skin
  • As a facial oil, it isn’t heavy but it isn’t very light either
  • Isn’t adequate for dry skinned beauties

 

FINAL WORD

Aroma Treasures Grape Seed vegetable oil is a nice oil for hair as well as skin, something that allows you to dilute essential oils and use it comfortably without aggravating blemishes. I would like to rate it at 4 out of 5.

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  1. August 17, 2019

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