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Verikos Aloe Calming Oil*

Verikos Aloe Calming Oil

The Verikos Aloe Calming Oil* was actually the first item from the bntgirls November box that I pulled out first. It has a very earthy, organic look to it and I’m a sucker for aloe and clean design. There are also a small number of ingredients in this, so I know that it’s not full of crap at least. Sarie actually asked for this, if I didn’t end up enjoying it, but I actually really liked it. So I kept it for now.

The Aloe Calming Oil “raises skin that is under stress by an outside hazardous article, moistly and comfortably.” I’m taking that to mean that this face oil is a moisturizer for stressed skin. Aloe is actually known to be soothing and moisturizing as well. Like my usual experience with aloe, it does not really give my dry skin enough moisture. I have been using it at my desk—I work from home and don’t usually wear makeup if I don’t have to, unless I’m testing stuff out—and also under a heavier moisturizer at night. It sinks in really quickly and doesn’t leave a sticky residue.

Even though it is quite light, I think it’s a good organic moisturizer. So, if you’re looking for something more lightweight for day time wear. Kine and Alene actually tried this out with eczema and the Aloe Calming Oil relieved the irritation well.

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I really appreciate how it has a safety seal to indicate whether or not the bottle has been opened! In terms of packaging, the dropper-style is efficient to dispense the correct amount of this runny oil, i.e. 1-2 drops.

Overall, I’ve been enjoying using the Verikos Aloe Calming Oil, and I think I would actually repurchase this if I ran out and if I could.

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