What's in it?
How does it work its magic?
Ylang Ylang Essential Oil
Ylang-Ylang – well it smells amazing and is highly reminiscent of a spa aroma and so a treat every time you use it. And where skincare is concerned ylang-ylang oil has a soothing effect can help balance and sort out over-dry as well as overly-oily skin because is helps balance the secretion of sebum to an optimum level. A clever little oil.
What does it feel like?
Beautiful! Glides over skin like a professional skater over ice! Leave a comfortable trace of moisturising oil and no more.
What skin type does it suit?
All skin types but especially a treat for
How should you use it?
Hard Skin All Over the feet
Tired Aching Feet
Dry Toe Nail Cuticle Build Up
Dry skin on the legs
Dry Flaky skin
Skin with lost radiance
As with any new product, if using for the first time we always recommend a patch test first
This is best used after soaking your feet to soften and scrubbing to remove dead and hard skin. Then it can actually do some good work on your needy feet.
Anything else you need to know?
Massage into clean skin
For easier absorption apply to slightly damp skin to really lock in moisture too.
Fab for glaming up skin too especially if glitter is not your thing– rub a little into your to make skin look bursting with health and radiance. Or smooth over toenails in between nail colour top ups for a just polished look.
The Essie brand was formulated over 25 years ago in New York by Essie Weingarten and has become one of the most successful professional nail care companies in the world.
How long does it last?
A luxury leader that blends the fashionable with the functional and the problem solving. Offering a professional line of nail colours, nail treatments, nail accessories, spa products and cosmetics.
Essie has become one of the most trusted, iconic names in the beauty industry and at beflattered.com when it comes to the best for looking after your hands, feet and talons we think Essie have well and truly nailed it!
Depends how often you use it but a little really does go a very long way so be sparing. -