December 31, 2018

Oil Well

Get rid of patchy skin and dull complexions this winter with four indulgent organic and natural face oils that pamper and protect. —Isabel Ong

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sparkle and shine. Give your skin the nourishment it needs with Alexandra Soveral’s Midnight Oil ($73 at Net-A-Porter). With a cocktail of powerful anti-oxidants and vitamins, as well as a 100 per cent organic ingredient list, this will add a luminous glow to your complexion day and night. (Bonus: Its soothing rose geranium scent.)

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positively radiant. Combat dullness and uneven skin texture with Kora Organics’ Noni Glow Face Oil ($85 at Sephora). Noni fruit extract aids in softening and brightening skin, and we love how lightweight the oil is, as well as its subtle floral scent.

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plump it up. For soft, smooth skin, natural beauty brand Herbivore Botanicals’ Phoenix Cell Regenerating Facial Oil ($124 at Nordstrom) is your best bet. It absorbs easily into skin, is sulfate- and paraben-free and comes with rosehip oil (to improve skin appearance) and sea buckthorn oil (to soothe skin).

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beams of light. Besides its alluring scent, clean beauty brand Youth to the People’s Superberry Hydrate and Glow Oil ($55 at Sephora) contains acai and goji for their anti-oxidant properties; prickly pear and squalane oil to lock in moisture; and jojoba and sunflower oils to rejuvenate skin.

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