Here is some information direct from Living Nature about the Radiance Night Oil…
WINNER: ‘Editor’s Choice’, Green Parent Natural Beauty Awards 2011
A precious facial oil blend to boost your skin’s overnight rejuvenation and renewal process. With finest Rose Oil to naturally stimulate your skin’s own collagen production, Rosehip Oil to aid cell regeneration and repair damaged skin tissue, Calendula to soothe and calm, nutritious Carrot Oil to revitalise and tone, Jojoba Oil to nourish, and Frankincense Oil to repair dry skin and heal blemishes.
Radiance Night Oil is your beauty sleep secret. *source*
It is also made with all skin types in mind and especially good on extremely dry and mature skin – I can vouch for the dry skin but at 36 years old am still not classing my skin as ‘mature’!
The outer packaging of the Radiance Nigh Oil is the classic cream with the flower silhouetted logo. Inside we are met with a small bottle (10ml in size) with a secure lid and ‘dropper’ style top. The packaging feels solid and I have dropped mine on a few occasions and it hasn’t broken, so sturdy too.
The Radiance Night Oil alone smells absolutely amazing (I think I am noticing a pattern with Living Nature products, they seem to all have a wonderful aroma!). As it contains the finest Rose oil it will come as no surprise to you that it also smells of roses. The beautiful ones you would find in botanical gardens. I have always loved the smell of roses and find them quite relaxing and tranquil. I felt this really helped with this oil as its for night use and meant the scent relaxed me before sleep.
I have been using this a week now and have tried using the Radiance Night oil in a variation of ways; mixed with the Balancing Night Gel, with my other night moisturisers I use and on its own too. I have to say I actually prefer this product on its own on certain areas on my face; with my skin being very dry around my nose, eyes and areas of my forehead my skin needed the concentrate of the night oil. I have also tried adding a few drop to my hand cream at night – this gives you hands an amazing hand treatment (Also leaving them incredibly soft and hydrated in the morning).
I can only say that I find this product to be amazing. I can say this isn’t going to be for everyone and if you have young skin this product wouldn’t really work as well on you. It is designed for skin which is older, more weathered (I hate that expression) and dry. If your skin does fit into this category then this product will definitely be good for you.
At £46.00 for 10ml the product is expensive; however it has a dropper and you really only need a few drops on a nightly basis. The 10ml would last over a month (I’d imagine) and depending on how much you use and how you use it could last 2 months. This product is high end in quality but the results are really good. Definitely a product aimed at middle aged people and upwards (My Mum already has her eye on it and wants too try it too!). For me I found after a week of using it nightly I wouldn’t need to always use it that way. Once my skin was at peak (Or as close as my actual skin can get) condition I feel this could be used more as a treatment and twice a week or even once would be sufficient.