Friday, November 20, 2020

Turmeric Oil for Your Skin Review

I have a love relationship with turmeric. I seriously think it helps me internally, with my asthma. When I saw that they make a Turmeric Oil l, I was thinking...this is what I need. 

I’m going to see if it helps Mica’s eczema spot under his chin. Any time skin allergies happen, this oil is going on it. Now that the air is going to get dryer, my skin soon follows. It both adds moister and a glow. A little drop does a lot. 

Other oils in it: 
  • rosebud 
  • Jojoba 

Where to get it:

You can pick it up at Amazon, for $14.99. 

It didn’t leave a residue on my skin. My skin was soft after application. Before I got it, I was wondering if the oil would be yellow. Like..could it stain my clothes, and washcloth? It isn’t bright yellow like the turmeric in your pantry. 

It’s cold pressed, vegan and all natural. 

Do you prefer oil or lotion to keep your skin soft and hydrated over the cold, dry winter? 

Disclaimer: I got this product, for a discount yo help with this review. This post contains my own words, and opinions. 

1 comment:

mail4rosey said...

I like that it's all natural. I think oils work great but I'm always worried about them staining so I prefer lotion.


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