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Organic Facial Serums & Organic Oils

The most potent Rosehip Oil on Earth
At Nourished Life, we specialise in beautiful, natural anti-ageing serums and organic face oils to suit every possible skin type, including sensitive and acne prone skin. Our range of oils and serums are hand-picked and tested to ensure they are truly natural with proven, visible results for glowing skin. We particularly love Rosehip Oil, and stock the world's most potent, rich Rosehip Oil from Pai Skincare. This is pure liquid gold! It repairs the skin and boosts the natural healing process, resulting in a healthy and radiant complexion.

Natural ingredients, visible results!
Natural serums contain plant stem cells, vitamins and essential fatty acids to brighten, tighten, smooth and even exfoliate your skin. Our organic oils are packed full of essential oils to nourish and hydrate. Nourished Life stocks wonderful organic elixirs for rosacea and an acai and goji berry infused all-natural acne treatment from the Amazon. Organic Coconut Oil has emerged as a skin superstar due to its health and hydration properties, and we also stock the versatile Dr. Alkaitis' Nourishing Treatment Oil, a celebrity favourite!


Popular Q&A's for serums and oils

1. What's the difference between a serum and face oil?
Serums and oils serve different purposes, and you can add one or both to your skincare routine. Think of serums as "skincare boosters." They're incredibly potent and contain a higher concentration of ingredients to target specific concerns, like dryness, dullness or premature ageing. Serums contain small molecules that penetrate the deeper layers of your skin, which is why they're so effective.

On the other hand, face oils work to nourish and moisturise the skin and leave it with a healthy-looking glow. They're hydrophobic, which means they lock in moisture and protect it from environmental aggressors. Oils are made up of botanical extracts, vitamins and minerals, and they're rich in fatty acids to strengthen and restore the skin.

You can buy individual oils — like jojoba or rosehip‚ or blends with a few different plant-based oils.

2. When should I use a serum or face oil?

You want to apply your skincare products from thinnest to thickest. So, serum comes first. Apply your serum to slightly damp skin after cleansing and toning, and before eye cream, face oil and/or moisturiser. Press it over your face, neck and decolletage, and let it absorb for a minute before moving on to your other products.

When you get up to the face oil step, warm the oil between your fingertips, and then massage it into your

skin using your hands or a guasha tool. This will boost your circulation and leave your skin looking radiant. Follow up with a moisturiser, if you like.

If the face oil is a little heavy on its own, you can mix a few drops of your face oil with your regular moisturiser. You can also add it to your foundation for a glowy makeup look.

3. Can a face oil replace my moisturiser?
Yes, you can use a face oil as a standalone moisturiser. But if your skin is dry, or you'll be dealing with windy weather or air conditioning, we recommend locking in all the face oil goodness with a moisturiser. Moisturisers create a protective barrier on top of your skin, so they're the perfect last step of your skincare routine.

4. Can I use serum or oil on acne-prone skin?

Yes! The key is to choose products that match your skin type and concerns. If you have oily, congested or acne-prone skin, look for a serum with salicylic acid, glycolic acid, vitamin A or fruit enzymes. These ingredients work to unclog pores, control excess oil and draw out impurities for a clearer complexion.

As for face oils, the right one will actually help to balance your skin's natural sebum production. Choose a pure, plant-based oil that's rich in essential fatty acids, antioxidants, and vitamins A and C to nourish your acne-prone skin. The best face oils contain nothing but high-quality, concentrated ingredients, which is why they're often more expensive than regular moisturisers.

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