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The serum is made up of a blend of rosehip, jojoba and borage oils and infused with frankincense, rose, geranium, juniper, palmarosa and mandarin essential oils. It sounds like a lot of ingredients but all of these have wonderful nourishing, healing and restoring properties that go to work on your skin from the very first use.
I have been using the same facial products for a good few months now and only switched out my serum with this Little Miracle Rosehip Serum. In the time that I have been using it, I have noticed my skin is more hydrated, little marks are healing quicker and overall my skin just looks healthier. I find this serum also works well on treating little cuts and dehydrated areas of my body. I also like to add a drop to my foundation and BB Cream in the morning to help the products blend into my skin. I like products that are multi-purpose because it immediately becomes a product I reach to for all sorts of things. I only need 2 drops of the serum to cover my entire face and neck area so this bottle is going to last me a good while.
Thank you to Balm Balm for sending me such a fantastic product to try out. I am so glad that I finally got to test it out for myself. For those of you who are interested in trying this out you can order it online from Faithful to Nature for R275. You can also purchase selected Balm Balm products from the Rubybox website (they currently have the products on sale!)
PS. In order for a serum to work you have to incorporate an exfoliating product into your skin care routine. A serum is not able to penetrate a thick layer of dead skin cells and will simply sit on top of your skin, doing no good and leaving you with the impression that it is making your skin oily. If you exfoliate at least twice a week you will see that the serum is easily absorbed and your skin will not feel or look oily.