Unlisted Brand • Sea Buckthorn Oil • Skincare - Face
|Would buy this product again.||88%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
This is an amazing product! I have tried so many oils (coconut, jojoba, argan, avocado, rosehip, olive, tamanu...) creams, treatments (AHAs, Retine-a, salicylic acid, benzoyl peroxide...), tools (Clarisonic, konjac sponge, brushes...) and cleansers in the aim of reducing my very mild but stubborn acne, and I think Sibu's sea buckthorn oil might be the answer to my problem! I've been using it for two weeks now, which is a short period of time (you should always wait at least a month before reviewing a product) but I've already seen dramatic changes that I am just to excited to share to the world to wait any longer! First of all, I am 20 years old and have been taking care of my skin since I was about 12 or 13... So, I know a thing or two about skincare and have tried lots and lots of different products and brands over the years (Caudalie, Dr Hauschka, Andalou Naturals, Cetaphil, Dr Renaud, Nuxe, Avene, La Roche Posay, Vichy, Zorah, Bioderma, Spectro, Nivea, Michael Todd, Kimberly Sayer, Thayers, Weleda, Exodeus, name them...), and I don't think I have EVER experienced something like that! With ONE use, my skin was supple, hydrated, calmed and incredibly glowy. I'm in love. I put about four-five drops on my face and neck every night before I go to sleep, and when I wake up my face is just always looking better. My pimples seem to be healing and going away much faster (I am also using Benzagel - a benzoyl peroxide based product - which helps a lot too), I haven't had any new breakoust and the small scars I have are fading while my skin's texture and brightness are dramatically improving (it's softer, clearer, well balanced... it's amazing). And for 16$/10 ml at Whole Foods... Let's just say that I'm used to spend much more money for less impressive results. Try it. Now. And if you happen to speak french and want to know more about how to take care of your skin, I have a Youtube channel that you can subscribe to! ;) https://www.youtube.com/user/adnbeauty
Age: 44-55 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Cool Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
So glad I read these reviews and gave sea buckthorn oil a try... I've been using it for a couple of weeks -- patting it on my face after cleansing at night -- and I LOVE it. It immediately calms my skin and I wake up with completely comfortable, supple skin... And this is from someone who has uber-sensitive skin -- dehydrated, with rosacea... It completely brought it back into balance. I also feel that my red spots are a little less obvious since I started using it...
The only downside is the smell... At first, I would mix it with an Aveda balancing oil to give it a better smell but now I'm okay with it... It absorbs nicely and I still use my Sukin on my neck and décolletage and that has such a gorgeous smell that I barely notice anymore...
It's a little pricey but you don't use that much and it's well worth it. And the packaging (with a dropper) is very clean. I love this stuff!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
Only been using this for 5 days, but I feel like I can definitley tell a difference whereas with other problems I haven't! I suffer from reaaaally red cheeks and a rudolf nose and went on the search for products which would calm them down. Tried the anti-redness clinique line but I saw no difference. With this though, I've been applying it once a day in the evening and it doesn't irritate my skin, makes it smooth and I'm 99% sure my redness is fading, even if it's just a little, after 5 days it's definitely done something good! My only criticism is that it isn't thick enough for my dry skin to be a moisturiser, so I have to apply this under my normal moisturiser. Other than that I will continue use and hopefully watch the redness fade even more!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Brown
I starting having redness on my face about 3 years ago (at 37) and have extremely dry skin, clear with no breakouts though. After researching rosacia, excema, and other things that may cause redness, I found great reviews online for Seabuckthorn oil, so I purchased it at Vitamin Shoppe. I love this oil. I've been using various oils on my face as moisturizer for years (Agron, jojoba, rose) so this was perfect. It's an orangey/yellow color, kind of thick and the smell simply must "grow" on you. It absorbs into the face within a few minutes and doesn't leave a color. It offers a nice glow after applying, and not a greasy look. I have never had it stain my white sheets/pillow when I use it before bed.
I have been using it for a little over a year now (still using other oils too) and I love it. I am on my 4th bottle. When I see it on sale I will buy more than 1. It's typically about $14 or so. I will continue to use the Sibu brand. I wish it came in a larger size though.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
Ok I bought Life-flo oil and there is no spot for it, but it's just pure Sea Buckthorn so I'll share my experience with it here.
I use a hair conditioning mask with it in there as a main ingredient and it's fantastic. I heard it would be great for skin and I'm sort of a combination/sensitive and get break outs, so with all the products I use to clear the breakouts, I can get sort of dry. So I heard this might help keep me soft and prevent wrinkles. Well I really want to love it, and while it moisturizes wonderfully, I don't think it works on my skin. I got bumpy and clogged and caused a lot of grief for me. So as much as I want to love it for my skin I just can't. I will possibly try again waaaayyy farther from now or just use it in a hair oil mask or possibly for hands in the winter. It's very expensive even though I got a good deal, and sad to see it doesn't work for me. Everyone is different but I wanted to throw it out there that it could potentially cause problems.
Update: I think I jumped the gun last time. I was using a lot of other products in the past and tried it again as a moisturizer after using only a cleanser that I think works...its hard to know for sure. I also get bumps everywhere and I can't even be sure what causes what anymore. But I do feel this does moisturize and the color disappears. It feels good on my skin and then I noticed it heals skin faster than lavender oil. But this is moisturizing, where lavender is a little astringent, so this is super helpful with dry skin. I just wanted to say that I did try again without other things and I was MUCH happier with the result. The only problems are that my husband hates the smell, worse than sulfur, but this doesn't bother me. And that at first, when you put it on other than looking orange, it kind of accentuates the redness and bumps and so I'm very temped to pick at them but trying hard not to. Once it sinks in/over night, it's not like that at all.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Black, Medium Eyes: Brown
I really want to love this oil. But the idea of staining everything that comes into contact with me just puts me off.
I already have very good results with argan oil (and hopefully to add jojoba into my list of good oil). So I am giving this a miss.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
so I am writing this for my mom and the improvments of what I saw in her skin when she was applying it (the brand she is using is "new roots"- sea buckthorn seed oil organic)
she has oily acne prone skin.
cons about this product:
-the smell isn't pleasant, but not nauseating(has a raw organic seed smell)
-can be pricey depending on wear you buy it(but way cheaper then a serum)
-can be a little messy
-protect against uv rays and radial damage
- fast absorbing
IMPROMENTS IN HER SKIN:
-became less oily
-her skin became more radiant, and silky
-some wrinkles improved
Age: 36-43 Skin: Other, Fair, Warm Hair: Red, Straight, Fine Eyes: Green
I am currently using the Sibu brand of seabuckthorn seed oil. the fruit is actually better but it's hard to find locally. This still heals skin really well and fast. I absolutely love adding this to rose hip oil and oregano oil for PD outbreaks. It absorbs into my skin really well and brings balance to combo skin overnight. It's not really that oily for an oil. It makes a wonderful under eye moisturizer. I hate heavy creams as they tend to make me breakout and have very sensitive skin that reacts to products. This is now my nighttime moisturizer and I could not be any happier. I've used it both in a essential oil mix and by itself. It smells kind of like fresh cut bamboo. It's not the best smell but it is very tolerable. It makes my skin so soft and smooth and no zits. It heals compromised skin very quickly and is recommended for those with thin skin, Rosacea, acne, Perioral dermatitis and eczema. It definitely helps calm my skin during a PD outbreak which I am going through right now.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette, Wavy Eyes: Blue
LOOOOOVE this oil. I have every skin concern in the book, & this stuff treats it all. I buy the Sibu brand on Amazon for about $10, & it has literally transformed my skin. After trying every product out there, this little bottle of natural oil is all I need. Just try it.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Black
I bought some of the SBT oil (both seed and berry) last week as I had been reading a lot about how good seabuckthorn is for the skin. I have three experiences I want to share about this oil.
1) Coincidentally, I scalded my wrist while making dinner that night and it swelled up pretty bad, so I experimented with rubbing a little of the seed oil on the swelling and went downstairs to watch TV. By the time I got up to go to bed, the swelling was gone! It came back a little bit overnight, but another dab of oil and the swelling went away forever. The part where my skin had blistered didn't disappear though.
2) I have no fewer than six terrible acne scars on my cheek at the moment, and I have been rubbing a bit of the berry oil on them several times a day. Three of them have been with me for about a month and had stayed the same until I started rubbing the oil on them. One week later, they are significantly flattened and faded, though sadly still highly visible.
3) A few nights ago, after rubbing some of the oil on my acne scars as above, I took a hot bath. I turned red as a lobster as usual, but to my surprise the part of my cheek where I had rubbed the oil remained absolutely pale and blanched!
I have yet to figure out if this oil does for acne and pigmentation as some reviewers say, but so far my experiences of its effects on inflammation and scar healing are pretty impressive. I would imagine that it would be great for rosacea sufferers and those who are recovering from sunburn or radiation therapy. Yes, it makes my skin orange but that fades after 30 minutes or so, so if I'm not going anywhere that's not an issue!