Wednesday, 2 August 2017

New in: Blue Labelle Divine blend


If you are jetting off on your summer holidays it can be hard to whittle down your skincare collection for travel. If you are anything like me, you will fill up your luggage with products that you never use when you reach your destination! It gets even harder to pack when you only have carry on luggage and so have to restrict the bottle sizes too.

Over time though, I have become a much savvier packer, relying on multi-use products that can be used in a variety of ways. This little bottle of Divine blend from Blue Labelle comes in to that category. A multi-use product that can be used on the face, hair and body with a deep and intoxicating scent coming from frankincense, ylang ylang and lavender essential oils.

The product comes in two sizes, a large bottle, perfect for use at home and the travel size (pictured) which is perfect for travelling, your handbag, gym bag and as an introduction to the brand. Multi-tasking oils aren't a new concept, lot's of brands make one, but I am always happy to discover one that works really well in several different ways and Divine blend does just that!

My favourite way to use it, is as a body oil, it has a really silky feel and absorbs really well, leaving a beautiful scent behind. I have also used it as a face oil at nights, on it's own or with a pump of hydrating serum and woke up to bright, fresh looking every time. As a pre-shampoo treatment it helps make hair more manageable and tackles frizz, I take some through the ends and leave for half an hour before washing out, great for a quick treatment. You can also use divine blend as bath oil and cleanser, so it really does cover lot's of steps.

Blue Labelle is a really lovely brand, all vegan, natural and with some great organic options. The divine oil is part of the organic range and it has a wonderful blend of oils including, Argan oil, camellia oil, sweet almond, baobab and rosehip. It has a gorgeous sunny orange colour thanks to the quality oils and a medium consistency when first applied that my skin drinks up quickly.

The Divine blend oil was also a winner in this years Green Parent awards. The Divine oil costs £18 for the 30 ml travel size and you can buy it here*.

Ana x


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  1. This does sound divine! Love the combination of essential oils :) x

    Evelyn @ We Were Raised By Wolves

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    1. It's really nice. I will be buying it again Xx

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