NSF micro oil and MicroMilk Review

NSF micro oil and MicroMilk Review

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A few months ago, I was introduced to NFS micro oil and their Micro Milk. I have been using both of these products for a while and thought to let you guys know my thoughts.

The Micro Oil

What it is?

This antioxidant-rich oil is based on the camelina sativa flower and has a calming effect on both the mind and skin!

NFS micro oil

Key ingredients and their benefits:

Camelina sativa seed oil

A strong antioxidant due to high vitamin E content; acts as an anti-inflammatory, calming sensitised skin, whilst adding moisture; boosts the immune system; packed with omega-3 fatty acids; suitable for all skin conditions.

Plukentia volubilis seed oil

Protects against the damaging effects of sun exposure; regulates oil production; maintains elasticity; soothes and prevents inflammation; promotes softness, smoothness, and suppleness; hydrates the skin without clogging the pores; helps to reduce the appearance of fine lines; gentle enough for all skin conditions.

Prunus amygdalus dulcis (sweet almond) oil

Skin-conditioner which helps soften, nourish and hydrate; adds nutrients including calcium, magnesium, phosphorous, and vitamin E; to replenishes and reduces dryness in the upper layers of the skin; helps reduce fine lines, add moisture and relieve itching; helps to minimise signs of premature ageing and create a glow.

Squalene oil

Fights off skin-damaging free radicals which contribute to the signs of ageing; balances oil production; anti-inflammatory; helps with skin conditions such as acne and eczema; helps to boost blood circulation, promoting the formation of collagen for firmer, plumper skin

My Experience :

My skin loves the micro oil. It is a beautiful oil, which instantly absorbs into the skin. It is a treat to use, the scent is so calming and smells divine. Luckily, the facial oil did not break me out. The oil leaves my skin very soft, plump and hydrated. I reach out to this facial oil the most.

The MicroMilk £33.00

What it is?

Hydrating and ultra-light body moisturiser which can be used daily to keep dry skin at bay and skin silky soft.

NSF Micro Milk

Key ingredients and their benefits:

An ingredient-led hydrating body moisturiser including antioxidant-rich camelina sativa seed oil which has a calming effect on both the mind and skin and helps restore the skin’s natural barrier. It acts as an anti-inflammatory, calming sensitised skin, whilst adding moisture and boosting the immune system.

Cannabis sativa seed oil

+ 1% CBD, the super booster which intensively nourishes and regenerates sensitive and tired skin.

Vitamins A and E

It deeply moisturises and improves the skin’s structure, whilst relaxing it along with the mind, ensuring nutrients are absorbed better.

Aloe vera gel

For hydrating, soothing and cooling skin whilst also reducing inflammation and itchiness, leaving it smooth and soft.

Karite (shea) butter

An anti-inflammatory, rich in polysaturated fatty acids (DHA) and vitamins to soften, heal, condition, tone and soothe skin.

These ingredients were selected for inclusion in The MicroMilk because of their skin benefits and their positive effect on mental wellbeing. Ideal for daily use on all skin conditions, especially sensitive, dehydrated and dry. Formulated without artificial colours

NSF micro oil and MicroMilk Review

My experience:

The micro milk is housed in a simple yet gorgeous packaging. Moreover, it has a pump which is another plus for me. It is very easy to distribute the product. I love it when body care products have a pump! The texture of the micro milk is very velvety and feels very light weight. It sinks beautifully into the skin. Leaving my skin hydrated and nourished. I hate body moisturisers that feel heavy. This one is love at first use, love how light weight it is! My legs and arms tend to get dry in the colder seasons. This has been a life saver for me. It keeps my skin nourished. Additionally, I enjoy the scent.

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