Rated 4.2 out of 5 stars
Most Helpful Positive Review Most Helpful Critical Review Reviewed by 5 customers I'd give it a 5 if it wasn't for..
Summer Dozier from Long Beach, Ms
The oil itself works great. I use them in the shower before I get out as a moisturizer. It makes my skin really soft and supple and healthy looking. The only thing is that I bought 3 different oils and they were packaged to send to me all together and because they're all glass the bottles scratched up the labels. Which sucks because otherwise they're very esthetically pleasing.
Great Carrier Oil!
LaciR from Charlottesville, VA
I use this oil to top of my essential oil roll on's. It works great and drys fairly quickly once applied to the skin. I am a huge fan of anything almond scented!
Amazing for dry acne prone skin
GracieMakeup from Madison Wisconsin
Doesn't clog pores or cause acne. Also super moisturizing. Great for winters and just all year extra hydration.
Good staple to have
Shin from Fremont, CA
I don't know why the last reviewer gave it two stars. At least explain why?--Anyway, I went into Ulta for argan oil to help my cuticles and hair. It was sold out, so I grabbed this instead. For half the price of the argan oil ($16), this really is fantastic. You get a lot of product in a nice dark glass bottle, which helps prevent the sun from making it go bad. You still should keep it in a climate-controlled place but I appreciate that. My only gripe is that the dropper tends to dribble product out, but whatever, it could be because the oil is a runny type.
Onto the oil itself--It is indeed great for your hands and hair. It's been three days and my hands are very soft!! My cuticles are looking fine and I've stopped getting hangnails.I can't say I'm super attentive about my hair but I do notice it being less frizzy lately, so I guess it did something. 1-2 drops is enough. And there is absolutely no scent, which I loooooove.
I've tried it on my face too and while it's not my favorite (I have tons of dedicated face creams, that's the only reason), it does help my concealer on days where my skin is just kinda dry, patchy, not good...you know the crusty bit of skin around a pimple that concealer always makes ugly? I tap the oil leftover on my hands onto those dry spots and my concealer goes on flawlessly. No breakouts either--it's non-comedogenic, but as with all skincare, YMMV. Another thing--I wouldn't put this on oily skin.
Would I recommend it? I recommend sweet almond oil in general, yeah. Would I recommend this specific one? To be honest, you can probably find it at grocery stores for less than $8 but I thought the dark glass bottle and the dropper were worth it to me and made up the difference a little. For the future I might buy cheaper bottles and decant them into this cute thing. If you're already at Ulta though, I don't think it'd hurt to pick this up!
* sorry for typos if there are any; i'm awful at proofreading
I would not buy again
DJ from Cupertino
I have used on face and body