Review : Helichrysum & Rosehip Facial Oil|Juicy Chemistry

Hey everyone,
                           Hope you all are doing great.
Today I'll be reviewing 'Helichrysum and  Rosehip Facial Oil' by Juicy Chemistry in this blog post.
If you're following me on Instagram then you'll definitely know that I bought this anti-scarring and pigmentation control facial oil to treat my chicken pox scars. I've been using it for past 2months and I think it's the best time to share my views about this product with you all.
So, before get into the review part I want to talk about the brand first.
Juicy Chemistry Helichrysum & Rosehip Facial oil
Well, Juicy Chemistry is an organic Indian skincare and haircare brand. They use only 100% pure and natural ingredients for their skincare products. Their products are certified organic by Eco cert in accordance to COSMOS standards. Their products are freshly hand crafted. And the brand claims that all products are free from Parabens, harmful chemicals, preservatives, synthetic oils and perfumes.
This brand is cruelty free and 100% vegan.
Now, let's move on to the review part.
Juicy Chemistry HelcHelichr and Rosehip Facial oil
Packaging :
This anti-scarring and pigmentation control facial oil comes in a dark brown coloured small glass bottle which is tightly secured with a screw cap. The screw cap also has a dropper attached to it which makes the product much convenient to use. The product also comes inside a cardboard box. But the outer packaging is not sturdy at all.
Price & Availability :
Rs. 650/-  for  10ml of product.
Easily available on Juicy Chemistry website and Nykaa as well.
Colour and texture of the oil
Colour & Fragrance :
This oil is Golden-orange in colour. It has a raw, organic fragrance which is very soothing.
After applying the oil
My experience with this facial oil :
As I told you earlier that I bought this product to treat my chicken pox scars. I have been using it for past 2months continuously on my face. This anti scarring oil by Juicy Chemistry has a runny consistency like any other oil.
It doesn't feel greasy at all. It gets absorbed into the skin quickly. Usually I take 2 or 3 drops for my entire face and neck.
It contains so many skin beneficial ingredients like sunflower seed oil, Rosehip oil, Neroli oil, Lavender oil, carrot seed oil and Helichrysum oil.
It has helped me to reduce my chicken pox scars and repaired my pigmented, patchy skin around my chin area.
It has also brightened up my skin and made my skin even toned. My skin has become more soft and supple after using it.
This  product also claims to reduce signs of aging and repair damage skin.
It doesn't contain any harmful chemicals. It only contains pure organic ingredients. So it takes time to show it's results. You've to be consistent with this product for some miraculous results.

Juicy Chemistry Helichrysum and Rosehip Facial oil
Overall, it's an amazing product. I definitely recommend this to those people who are suffering from scars and hyper pigmentation. But one thing you need to keep in your mind that it is not suitable for extremely sensitive skin. It is not recommended to use when you have active pimples.
Pros :
  • Packaging is good.
  • This facial oil is very lightweight and non greasy.
  • Gets absorbed into the skin quickly.
  • Contains pure organic ingredients.
  • Free from harmful chemicals, sulphates, Parabens and artificial colours.
  • Cruelty free and vegan.
  • Has a  soothing aromatic fragrance.
  • Reduces dark spots and pigmentation.
Cons :
  • Not suitable for extremely sensitive skin.
  • Little pricey.
  • Outer packaging is not sturdy.
  • Has a small self life.



                  Thank you for reading

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