Saturday, January 26, 2013

Review: Rejuva Minerals Luscious Berries Facial Oil

I am often asked for tinted moisturizer or liquid foundation recommendations. While there are a few products that I typically recommend, I recently learned about a different way to create an even gentler tinted moisturizer. This involves making your own, using a gentle mineral powder foundation and an oil, such as Rejuva Minerals Luscious Berries Facial Oil.

  • A little goes a long way
  • Affordable
  • Suitable for many skin types
  • Very gentle formula
  • 100% organic ingredients
  • Should be applied sparingly
This oil is extremely gentle, ranking a 0 on EWG's Skin Deep scale. It comes in a bottle with a pump applicator, which makes it easy to apply. Be sure to apply sparingly, and blot of any excess with a tissue (if not absorbed within a few minutes). I love how the formula is organic and priced very reasonably, especially considering the competition. The only drawback I found is that it may not be available locally, so you may have to pay a shipping cost. Otherwise, it's a good oil for almost any skin type (perhaps with the exception of oily skin).

In the interest of full disclosure, I wanted to mention that I have been working with Rejuva Minerals recently, both as a consultant and also to make video tutorials. One of these videos I was assigned was to demonstrate how to use this oil to make a tinted moisturizer. You can view the video here. I had never heard of mixing your own tinted moisturizer before this, but it is certainly a one way to make a fresh, preservative-free foundation (depending on the makeup you use). It was easier than I expected, and, to me, makes this a much more versatile product.

Product Ratings (out of 5)


Disclosure notice: This product was sent to me free of charge by the manufacturer for review. I work with Rejuva Minerals as a contracted consultant, though I have attempted to provide an accurate review of this product. Please verify any claims with the manufacturer, especially if you have any allergies or concerns.

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