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Review: Palmer’s Skin Therapy Oil for Face

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It’s been a week since I’ve used the Palmer’s Skin Therapy Oil
Also my first time having a skin care product in the form of an oil based treatment
We should be used to having serums, creams and water based products that are light weight and easily absorbed
The Palmer’s Skin Therapy Oil is a multi-purpose perfecting dry oil for face and neck
So I gave it a shot!


Palmer’s Skin Therapy Oil Face delivers a pure shot of nine super oils blended with Retinol and Vitamin C to breathe new life into the skin.

The Magic Ingredients!

Pure Cocoa Butter, Sesame Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, Coconut Oil, Macadamia Nut Oil, Rosehip Oil, Grapeseed Oil, Camelina Oil and Argan Oil combine to create a superior anti-ageing serum not yet seen in the oil category.

These remarkable oils together with Vitamins A and C help heal, moisturise, reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles, lighten dark spots and even skin tone. Vitamin A boosts the production of collagen and increases cell turnover while Vitamin C is a strong antioxidant, responsible for growth and repair of tissues, production of collagen, as well as brightening skin.

Other than Pure Cocoa Butter which is Deeply moisturising….
The Palmer’s Skin Therapy Oil also contains 10 Pure Oils
Sweet Almond Oil: Vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, E, Omega 9 and Omega 6 fatty acids. Anti-microbial.
Argan Oil: Twice as much vitamin E as olive oil, rich in essential fatty acids and antioxidants.
Coconut Oil: Helps moisturise and form a protective barrier, strengthens tissues.
Macadamia Nut Oil: Rich in antioxidants especially vitamin E.
Apricot Oil: Rich in essential fatty acids oleic acid and linoleic acid, Vitamin A, helps retain elasticity, clarity and suppleness.
Grapeseed Oil: Rich in antioxidants and OPCs (oligomeric proanthocyandin complexes).
Rosehip Oil: Natural source of Vitamin A and other anti-ageing properties.
Camelina Oil: Especially high in essential fatty acids linoleic acid and alpha-linoleic acid.
Sesame Oil: A natural sunscreen, helps repair damaged skin cells and reduces antibacterial infections.


About Palmer’s

Founded in America more than 170 years ago in 1840, Palmer’s has become one of the world’s leading names in
skincare, a brand that women around the world have grown up with. Their unique heritage and commitment to quality
has stood the test of time. Generations of families have loved the fantastic moisturizing qualities of Palmer’s skincare
range, and millions of women around the world agree – Palmer’s can be found in bathroom cabinets in the homes of
families in more than 80 countries, making it one of the popular skincare brand.
Their #1 formula, Cocoa Butter Formula, is one of Palmer’s key offering in its wide range of skincare. Today, Palmer’s is
still committed to creating affordable products that really do work, growing to provide a Palmer’s product for every
skincare need : hand and body care, facial care, stretch mark care, hair care, body care and personal care.
Using nature’s richest, most luxurious ingredients, Palmer’s key ingredients include Cocoa Butter, Shea Butter, Extra
Virgin Olive Oil, Palmer’s has created a Palmer’s product for every skincare need.
Palmer’s is against animal testing and all of the products are cruelty free. Majority of Palmer’s products are free of
parabens, phthalates and sulphates.


At 32, I’m most concerned over developing wrinkles, dark spots and the gradually aging skin
Other than drinking enough water and ensuring that I get sufficient beauty sleep
products that I use before bedtime – which is considered as my beauty ritual is essentially planned out to target at these problems

The selfie above is no-filter and make up free
Right before bedtime and after a cleansed face, tab the Palmer’s Skin Therapy Oil over your skin and neck
The necklines are the definite tell-tale signs of your age
I still hope everyone tells me that I’m in my 20s
Hence, not only making sure that my face is covered, my neck has got to be covered as well

What do I feel after a week of usage…


The entire experience is indeed a lil greasy
To ensure full coverage, I dripped on about 4 drops of the therapy oil and dabbed lightly over my face
The therapy oil took quite a while to be absorbed
which is fine by me since I do not sleep immediately after

If I were to take a look in the mirror, I can tell that my face is still oily
Otherwise, I was unable to feel the oiliness

My perceptual dry and tight feeling on my face is gone!
Even after my usual morning cleanse, my skin remained moisturised
This in turn led to make up staying on for a longer time and achieving radiant and youthful effects
Such pleasing comments have been served to me over the last one week!

Where to buy?

Redeem samples of Palmer’s Skin Therapy oil from Sample Store


and also in all Watsons Stores!
Retailing at just $29.90


Purchase retail-size Palmer’s Skin Therapy Oil from Watson’s online store or from physical stores
After which, Pose for a selfie with their retail sized Palmer’s Skin Therapy Oil and post on Instagram with the
hashtags #Palmers #PalmersSg #PalmersSTOFace
Contest to run from now to 25th April 2015.
Winners to be announced on 30th April 2015.

Grand Prize of $150 cash + $80 Palmer’s hamper
Consolation prize of $100 cash + $80 Palmer’s hamper
(Prize collection at Bugis)


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