Palmer's Skin Therapy Beauty Oil
Dry skin and pimple marks have always been common skin concerns for women. Thankfully, there are products that help address those issues, like this one from Palmer’s. Read on to learn more about it.
Product: Palmer’s Cocoa Butter Formula Skin Therapy Oil 150mL
I’ve never been a big fan of beauty oils; I only use regular baby oil from Johnson and Johnson’s and have only purchased sunflower oil from Human Nature a few times. It’s something my skin can live without, but I guess it doesn’t hurt to treat my skin with something new from time to time. Anyway, let’s start!
Packaging & Product Claims
The product comes in a sturdy pump bottle enclosed in a box. The actual oil comes in the color Peach and glides lightly to the skin. It claims to “help improve the appearance of scars, stretch marks, dry, damaged skin, uneven skin, and aging skin”. It also says in the packaging that it’s made with natural Vitamin E, and that Palmer’s does not test on animals (awesome!).
Price & Availability
The price of one bottle depends on where you make your purchase, but you can get it from Shopee for ₱820.00 (that’s around 16USD, 70MYR, or 22AUD). It’s also available on Lazada, Watsons, and Rustan’s.
Scent & Application
It has a friendly rosehip scent (as the packaging mentions) which is pleasant and relaxing. You’re most likely to love it. As for product application, all you have to do is pump some liquid and gently massage it to the area you want to treat at least three times a day, or as often as desired. To be honest, I only used it once a day (one full pump each night for my whole face, then half a pump for my neck) but it still worked, which is great.
My thoughts about the product:
Overall, I think it’s a good product perfect for reducing the appearance of scars and pimple marks. It didn’t completely remove the spots on my face, but it made them look less visible after two weeks of daily use every night. My skin looked more radiant and plump in the morning as well. I'm sure the results would have been better if I followed the instructions to use it thrice a day. As for stretch marks, I wouldn't be able to comment about that since I haven't tried using it for that purpose yet. While I saw some results, it’s not something I’d include in my daily skin-care regimen. It’s more of like a one time thing for me. That would be all for today guys, thanks for checking out the blog. Stay safe always!