Alpine Pure Oil is multi-functional (check out all the suggested uses here) and formulated for "face, hands, body and soul," however the first ingredient is coconut oil, which I know my face doesn't love, so I've predominantly used it as a body oil. It glides on smoothly -- on both wet and dry skin -- and sinks in quickly, moisturizing and protecting the skin without any kind of heavy oil residue. A hint of mica also leaves skin with a pretty radiance. Nothing overtly sparkly or shimmery, just a nice subtle glow. I've also used the oil in my hair, running a few drops through the ends to moisturize and tame frizz, and it works great for that purpose too.
The scent is a mix of seven essential oils: geranium, lavender, ylang ylang, neroli, frankincense, roman chamomile, and sweet orange. Geranium is definitely the strongest note and although I'm not typically the hugest geranium fan, I've been enjoying the oil nonetheless. The scent isn't overpowering or heavy and the intense florals are nicely balanced with the earthier frankincense and the fresh zippy orange.
The Bottom Line
A lovely oil that doesn't scrimp on quality ingredients. It offers intense hydration and I enjoy using it as both a body and hair oil. If your skin tolerates coconut oil better than mine, I expect it would make a great face oil too.
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