Earthwise Beauty Ruby Facial Oil

May 24, 2017

There has been some time since I've talked about Earthwise Beauty and Ava's blends. But there has been a product I've used lately that stood out to me and is actually my favourite facial oil I've had a pleasure to try from Earthwise Beauty. Ruby Facial Oil* has been my everyday oil for the last couple of weeks and I have to say I'm impressed. It is the perfect oil for warmer and sunny months and you'll see why in a minute.
 Ruby Facial Oil was launched only a couple of months ago, in March 2017. Their main goal for this oil was to offer a face oil that would work perfectly with their sunscreen, the Farizad's Veil SPF 30+ Powder (I wrote about it here & here). I was fortunate enough to get this ruby baby just a day or two before it was launched and I was honestly like "oooh check out those ingredients *insert heart eyed emoji*". The base is Organic Guava Seed Oil from India and it is said that it helps to maintain skin elasticity to prevent signs of premature aging and wrinkles. Guava Seed oil is non-comedogenic and helpful with acne. It is also said to reduce pore size, tone and tighten skin. Not sure if the use of Ruby reduced the size of my pores but I really haven't experienced any problems with spots and my skin has been looking very lovely lately. Yas! There are some other oils I would like to mention that are in the Ruby, such as Cranberry, Rosehip and Raspberry Seed Oils + Pequi, Buriti and Celery. The last three ingredients are very interested and I don't see them in many products, if at all. Some of these oils are rich in antioxidants, many of which carry their own sun-protective qualities, others are wrinkle-reducing and sun-damage-correcting (I'm like yaas!), and there is a large group of non-comedogenic oils particularly recommended for skin types prone to congestion (Milk Thistle, Guava, Rosehip, Cranberry). And it contains the ever amazing Turmeric. Nuff said. Oh and there is no essential oils which is perfect for all of those with sensitive skin.

I love that Ruby contains so many beautiful antioxidant-rich and non-comedogenic oil, and also because some of the oils have some sun-protective qualities. Love that! Based on these ingredients it truly is the perfect oil for summer. Now don't go out using just this oil and think that your skin will be really protected from the UV rays, but I do love that some of the oils offer a bit of UV protection. I won't say that it doubles the SPF protection of Farizad's Veil but the two are a perfect match. So far the oil checks all the boxes. What's next? Scent? Nothing special, light and non invasive. It is described as "a very light scent of guava fruit, pequi fruit (which itself reminds us of pineapples and passion fruit), and rosehips with a minimal addition of the bliss-inducing, extremely relaxing mimosa flower". It has a lovely darkish yellow colour that doesn't stain my skin.
The last but certainly not least is the consistency of Ruby, and this is another reason why I think this oil is perfect for summer. Ruby has a very lightweight texture. It is beautifully absorbed into the skin and makes it soft and supple. There is something really special about this oil and my skin really agrees with it. It's not at all heavy but light and beautiful.

Ruby Facial Oil is certified cruelty free, vegan, handcrafted, fair trade, and my combination skin adores it! Suitable for all skin types including acne-prone and sensitive. You can get Ruby Facial Oil directly from Earthwise Beauty where you can use my code "LOVELINESS" to get 15% off. If you live in Europe get it at Eminessences shop. Last option and also my fave is that you can get Ruby as a part of the June Boxwalla Beauty Box, as I've already said in my previous post. The last day to get the box is the May 25 so if you like the sound of it, be sure to subscribe.

Have a lovely day!

Much love,

Jana xx

*sample generously provided
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