Amazon Primer Naked Facial Oil – Lush Review

Out of all of the new naked facial oils the Amazon primer was the one that I was most looking forward to trying.

This facial oil is multipurpose!! Not only does it moistures and soften the skin it also helps to give the skin a matte texture and can be used as a makeup primer. That is a very impressive list of things one facial oil can do! So I was looking forward to trying it out and seeing if it really could do all of the above.

The scent of the Amazon Primer facial oil is lovely, like all of the naked facial oils it’s scent is very soft and natural, nothing over powering at all. The scent however is a soft sweet and slightly woody with a fruity hint. I really liked this gentle scent and found it extremely enjoyable when using it first thing in the morning.

The Amazon Primer is designed to be more of a day time facial oil. When I used this oil I did find that it was a little harder to melt into the skin than the other facial oils that I had tried. After a bit of warming up in my hands it’s glided on the skin beautifully and was reasonably quickly absorbed by my skin. Being green in colour the Amazon primer also helps to reduce any redness In your skin which can be really useful when using this product as a primer.

After use I found that my foundation applied very well, I was also so impressed with how matte the oil made my skin. I do struggle with oily skin on my t-zone which can me a pain when wearing foundation but this primer helped my foundation stay on for a lot longer than normal.

Overall I love the Amazon Primer facial oil. It is so luxurious and will defiantly last me a lot longer than my normal tube of primer. I’m looking forward to this being a staple in my make up bag.

RATING: 4/5

PRICE: £9.95 (2019 price)

INGREDIENTS: murumuru butter, arrowroot powder, lemongrass infusion. Japan was, carnauba was, capuacu butter, alcoholic tincture of electric daisies, rosewood oil, andiroba oil, Tonka absolute, Brazilian orange oil, water, gardenia extract, benzyl benzoate, citral, coumarin, gerniol, limonene, linalool, perfume

Please contact lush for a full, accurate and upto date ingredients list.

www.lush.com

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