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I've been using the Superdrug Vitamin E oil and really like it, but the bottle is nearly finished. Shall I buy another bottle, or is there another lovely skin oil I could be trying instead? I've used Decleor before but tbh the SD one is probably better (and about a tenth of the price).

Are there any nice mid-priced ones that are worth a go?

Devora Sun 12-May-13 22:01:09

I love facial oils, but haven't actually found one better than the Superdrug Vit E one. And it's stupidly cheap.

Actually, I think the whole range is brilliant - love the hot cloth cleanser, and the day cream. There's just no point buying anything else.

JMarkus Sun 12-May-13 22:13:55

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ArcticRoll Sun 12-May-13 22:30:24

Boots Botanics - good value, have used the Liz Earle one which is much pricier but prefer the cheaper Boots one.

YoniOno Sun 12-May-13 22:48:26

I found the Superdrug one really rubbish, just really drying and nothingy.

Love Neal's Yard one, seemed to even up my skin tone used overnight.

Lottapianos Mon 13-May-13 06:37:04

I hated the Superdrug one too. It's so true that everyone has different skin and what works for one does nothing for another!

MoodyDidIt Mon 13-May-13 09:00:56

may i be the first to suggest coconut oil. is amazing

imip Mon 13-May-13 11:34:20

Just googled trilogy rose hip oil on the advice of this thread and at boots it is currently half price for a big bottle (making it cheaper than the smaller bottle!). Online only.

Havingkittens Mon 13-May-13 13:02:51

This is really lovely. It's not cheap but you only need 2 drops so the bottle lasts forever.

Thanks again all.

madmomma Mon 13-May-13 19:47:47

decleor neroli oil gave me whiteheads for the 1st time ever. The bottle got knocked over and I was actually relieved. The neals yard ones are good, as are clarins. Also holland + barrett's argan oil (though it smells foul) Don't bother with asda n'spa. It feels like cooking oil. I'm going to try the superdrug vit e one next. It'd be great to find an affordable one that really works.

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