Take it easy; Di Palomo Dry Oil Review*

When life is stressful, everyone needs some me time…
Relax

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For me that means a long, hot bath and LOTS of candles!
Laura Ashley Macaron Macaroon candles
I spotted someone post a photo of these Laura Ashley Macaroon candles and knew I had to get my hands on them! So I scoured the internet and here they are!
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They’re adorable! I won’t be lighting them as they’re too cute (oops!) but they look so pretty on display, I can’t help but love them.Relax-003
Champagne and Elderflower has got to be one of the best combinations ever!
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These nspa candles are great throughout the day and they all have certain times to be used. The awakening ritual candle smells so refreshing!
Jo Malone Grapefruit Bath Oil Review
Every bubble bath needs a touch of luxury and Jo Malone is the perfect brand for that. You only need a touch of their grapefruit bath oil and it fills the whole room with a fabulous fruity scent.
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So after a rather relaxing bath with a good book (I’m reading the Game of Thrones series… dum dum dada dum dum!) I couldn’t wait to try the beautiful bottle of dry oil sent to me by the lovely Cat at Di Palomo.
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All of Di Palomo’s products come in four different scents: Tuscan Rose, Wild Fig and Grape (which is next on my wishlist), Orange Blossom with Honey and Olive and the one I picked – White Grape and Aloe.
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I’ve spotted a few other bloggers posting about this brand and was really excited to try it.
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I’m off on my holidays soon so I’ve been on the look out for products that multi-task. Not only is this dry oil an amazing moisturiser, it can also be used as a leave in conditioner which is perfect for my soon to be beachy  hair. I haven’t tried it as a conditioner yet but that’s the next thing on my to-do list!
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The packaging is just a dream; simple yet beautiful. The different scents come in super cute packaging to match.
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Each product comes with a booklet explaining each scent and the rest of the range. I really want to try one of their lip balms next.
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After spritzing liberally and letting it sink in to my skin, I was all smooth and delicious feeling! My skin felt unbelievably hydrated and soft. This product is definitelybecoming a part of my daily routine.
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One of the things I love most is that is has a diffuser. Oil based products without one always end up going everywhere or you just pour too much onto your hand and waste some. A diffuser is the best way to get the perfect amount of product. It works perfectly for this scrumptious dry oil.
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I’m so happy with this product. A huge thank you again to Cat for sending me this gorgeous oil to try.
Di Palomo dry oil in White Grape and Aloe, £18

Have you tried di palomo products before? Which scent would you choose? Got any amazing beauty products you love right now? Let me know in the comments below!

Love Lucinda xx
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2 Comments on “Take it easy; Di Palomo Dry Oil Review*

  1. This looks great! I have never heard of it before, you are defo right about the difuser or you just end up greasing yourself up lol xxxx

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