Brand: Sunday Riley
Skin type: Dry, Normal, Oily skin
How to use: Massage as needed into face and neck. You can also massage Juno onto your nails, focusing on your cuticles, or massage into the dry ends of your hair.
Ingredients: RUBUS FRUTICOSUS (COLD PRESSED BLACKBERRY) SEED OIL, VACCINIUM CORYMBOSUM (COLD PRESSED BLUEBERRY) SEED OIL, VITIS VINIFERA (COLD PRESSED CHARDONNAY GRAPE SEED OIL) SEED OIL, VACCINIUM MACROCARPON (COLD PRESSED CRANBERRY) SEED OIL, RUBUS IDAEUS (COLD PRESSED RED RASPBERRY) SEED OIL, DAUCUS CAROTA SATIVA (COLD PRESSED WILD CARROT) SEED OIL, NIGELLA SATIVA (COLD PRESSED BLACK CUMIN) SEED OIL, BRASSICA OLERACEA ITALIC (COLD PRESSED BROCCOLI) SEED OIL, LIMNANTHES ALBA (MEADOWFOAM) SEED OIL.
The highlighted ingredients are:
BLACKBERRY SEED OIL: High in Vitamin E and omega 3-6-9 to hydrate and protect.
BLUEBERRY SEED OIL: Rich in phytonutrients and antioxidants to protect against free radical damage.
CRANBERRY SEED OIL: Perfect balance of Omegas 3-6-9, contains vitamin A, C, and E.
RED RASPBERRY SEED OIL: Helps alleviate dehydration and boost radiance with a 1:1 ratio of Omega-3 to Omega-6 fatty acids.
BLACK CUMIN SEED OIL: Powerful plant that helps to combat the signs of congested skin.
WILD CARROT SEED OIL: High in caratol content supports elasticity with beta-carotene improves the appearance of the complexion.
BROCCOLI SEED OIL: Rich in vitamin A + erucic acid (an Omega 9 derivatives)
As you can see, the ingredients highlighted by Sunday Riley match the one’s they make their anti-oxidant claims around. Which is SO good to see! You’re not being ripped off when it come’s to the potency of the ingredients.
How does it smell? It’s not fragranced, so you really get the natural hit of all those oils coming together. I’ve always liked things that smell nice but no fragrance doesn’t bother me at all and is better for your skin. Especially if you have sensitive skin.
How does it feel? It’s quite heavy and takes a second to work in but in doing so your skin looks really dewy and glowy all the way until the morning!
Cost? £54/$72.00 for 35 mL.
How long did I test for? A year on and off.
What I liked? Generally, I think this is a very good oil because of the high concentration of active, potent ingredients. The main constiuent is Blackberry Seed Oil, which works well as an antioxidant, it’s a berry so something reliable. And that theme is carried on through at least four more ingredients. So, if you need something that works as a strong antioxidant, then this is the guy for you. Also, £54/$72.00 is a lot of money, you might wanna consider buying the smaller version to take it for a test drive. It will last you a good, long while.
What I disliked? The price. Much like Drunk Elephant, Sunday Riley is in the ‘is it even worth it’ braket of skincare for me and many of you! And while I apperciate all the factors that go into creating and selling a product I can’t help but think, could I not just buy Blackberry Oil for a fiver from somewhere myself?
Would I buy again? Maybe. There’s just too many other oils that I want to try before I would even consider it. And really all I’m looking for is the best deal, amazing results +reasonable price.