Caudalie Divine Oil - £25.00
Caudalie has been a favourite of mine for some time now, the use of grape seed extract which the brand include in their products seems to really agree with me (and many others) so I find myself reaching for Caudalie products often.
I've had my eye on Divine Oil for some time now, I'm a massive fan of using oils and believe they have so many amazing benefits. I currently use a facial oil, a cuticle oil and a hair oil so to have one product which can be used on face, body, hair, nails and in the bath is an absolute dream.
Divine Oil is a miracle oil which is a unique formula of 4 vegetable oils, all having amazing and varied benefits. It also smells incredible, such a soft, natural scent.
After showering, I apply this to my body, the ends of my hair and lastly, my face. The other oils I have come from bottles with pumps and lids and it can be hard to dispense just a small amount, so the spray bottle of Divine Oil is really handy. On damp skin, it locks in moisture and I've seen a huge improvement to the dry areas at the tops of my arms since I've started using Divine Oil.
As a hair oil, I find this to be a lot lighter than most other hair oils I've used. My hair is quite fine and too much of a product just weighs it down. Divine Oil allows me to apply just a small amount on the ends of my hair, which is quickly absorbed. Once dried, my hair looks healthy and shiny. I would definitely recommend Divine Oil if you're looking for a light hair oil which can be easily applied. Most hair oils seem to be really quite thick and hard to just get a small amount from the bottle, resulting in heavy, flat hair.
Lastly, I've seen incredible results from using this product on my face. My skin is normal/combination - leaning towards the oily side - but I do use a facial oil most nights. I apply this by spraying a pump or two in to my hands after cleansing, and then quickly and softly massaging into my face. I regularly take a few minutes to give myself a facial massage, starting from the bridge of my nose, massaging in circular motions up to my eyebrows, forehead and then down my temples to my cheeks and chin (follow this tutorial for better instructions). This is not only great for increasing circulation, resulting in glowing, clear skin, but also really helps with tension and headaches and I feel so much better after taking a few minutes to give myself a facial massage.
On other nights, I simply mix it with my nightly serum and my skin feels and looks so much better come morning.
Divine Oil has become one of my most used products - it has so many great benefits and is worth every penny and more. It combines so many products in to one and I've seen improvements all over already. With the results I've seen, I'll definitely be using this up and repurchasing.
What do you think of Divine Oil?