Angela Langford - Feed Your Skin

June 16, 2016

I've tried lots of facial oils over the years, they have all been good - a few stand out as great. Angela Langford's 'Balanced & Beautiful' facial oil is one of those rare gems.

'Perfect for oily and combination skin, this anti-ageing oil is your recipe to restore your skin's natural balance.' 

I've been using this oil for a number of weeks and my skin has responded really well to it. I have exactly the skin type this is aimed at but Angela has plenty of other oils to suit the different skin types. You're bound to find the perfect recipe to suit you.

I really love the ingredients in this oil blend, they are decadent and luxurious yet simplistic and effective.

"An indulgent mix of kiwi, rosehip & safflower is blended with omegas 3 & 6 to help balance skin. Cypress, bergamot & lemongrass are folded in to clear blocked pores, whilst mandarin & frankincense help tone & lift."

This lovely oil is made in Britain, vegetarian & vegan friendly, not tested on animals and is made with all natural ingredients, 44% of which are organic at source. Multiple boxes ticked!

The golden colour is a hint at the luxurious blend and the magical properties of this oil - my skin looked radiant and lifted after just a week of regular use.

At £20.50 for 15ml this sits at about the right price for the level of quality. Far from being the most expensive oil on the market it's not exactly cheap but the price reflects the care, expertise and quality included in the bottle. 

You can see more of Angela's products on her website, be sure to head over and check it out and pick up some free samples to try.

Thanks so much for reading,

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All opinions are honest and my own, any suggestions made are based on my own experiences and are meant as a guide. Please always take care when making any DIY products and patch test to rule out an adverse reaction.

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