I was asked to try out the Abyssinian Oil Skincare Range from Beauty Kitchen and felt it was time to try out something different for my skin care regime. Now I’d not heard of Abyssinian Oil before, so I was interested to find out more. Abyssinian Oil is reputably more effective than Argan Oil, which is good news as I like Argan Oil products. It helps restore skin’s natural elasticity and hydration, is 100% natural and with rosehip, raspberry seed and geranium oil. Not surprisingly with that mix of oils, it smells so good too.
I’ve been using the four products from the range that I was sent together. There’s the Facial Cleansing Balm and the Facial Konjac Sponge for morning and evening cleansing. I’m also using the oil after cleansing both morning and evening with the Facial Moisture Cream going on as I’m getting ready to leave the house in the morning. My skin has certainly appreciated the change from my previous regime. I have been suffering from some redness and soreness around the nose, even wondering if I should book in to see the GP, but I thought I’d let these products try first. I’m glad I did as my skin certainly seems less sore and red. Using the sponge provides a little gentle exfoliation, without being at all harsh. I was intrigued to read that the sponge is made from vegetable roots. I think the Abyssinian Oil is what my skin really craves though. All you need is a few drops and it goes a long way – I think my little bottle will last me quite some time.
Beauty Kitchen is a new brand to me, but I have been impressed by the quality of the products and would certainly look at buying them in the future.