Fresh_SeaberryMoisturizingOil

All Used Up | Fresh Seaberry Moisturizing Face Oil

Fresh_SeaberryMoisturizingOil

If you have been reading my blog for a while, you may possibly remember that I reviewed the Fresh Seaberry Moisturizing Face Oil about a year ago. I finally finished it up, so I thought I would do a follow-up review discussing what I really thought about this product.

Fresh Seaberry Moisturizing Face Oil ($50) clams to do exactly that – moisturize your face along with providing some anti-aging benefits, which most skincare products claim to do.

So first off, since I did blog about this oil about a year ago, it really did last quite a while. I think a year is a good amount of time to get out of a product, especially at the $50 price range. For me, I used this oil in the morning, in place of a moisturizer. Then I would follow-up with my sunscreen and makeup.

Overall, I really did like this oil. It was pretty lightweight, but not too light where my skin felt dry as the day went on. I would definitely recommend this oil for someone with dry to combination skin (which I have); it may be a bit too much for someone with oily skin.

My only minor issue with the Seaberry Moisturizing Face Oil is that although it was a great moisturizing oil, I did not find that it did anything to repair my skin. So if you are looking for a treatment of sorts, this isn’t the product for you. For me, I suffer a bit with redness and hyper-pigmentation from old breakouts and this product did not help it, but it certainly didn’t make my skin worse by any means. If you have relatively good skin and are not looking for any sort of treatments or if you are just looking for a really good, all-around moisturizing oil, I would definitely recommend this product.

Have you tried the Fresh Seaberry Oil? Do you use face oils in your skincare routine?