Pistache Skincare // Moisturizer, Serum, Body Butter + Beauty Oil

I. Cannot. Get. Enough. Pistache. You guys – this is the best skincare I’ve tried in a really, really long time. Saying I’m obsessed would be an understatement! I have tried tons and tons of new products these last few months and nothing works as well for my skin as Pistache.

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Hydrating Moisturizer with Vitamin E ::: I was surprised at how well this has worked for me. I have combination/oily skin and it feels like the second winter hits my skin decides to completely dry out yet still continue to excessively produce oil in my T-zone. Convenient, right?! Haha. For this reason, I tend to usually reach for oil-free moisturizers which for the most part are okay and usually get the job done somewhat. However – I’ve noticed a big difference in my skin since starting to use this. It’s hydrating enough to use as part of your nightly skincare routine in place of a heavy night cream AND light enough for your morning routine before applying sunscreen & makeup. It contains pistachio oil and french soybean lecithin that are rich in antioxidants. It will help soften, sooth and moisturize even the most sensitive, irritated skin. This is one of those skincare products I would repurchase time after time because I see noticeable immediate results. Moisturizing is a step in my routine I never ever skip and this has been a skin savior for me.

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Hydrating Serum with Hyaluronic Acid ::: At 29, I’m just now starting to see the value in facial serums. I’ve used them on and off over the last year or so but have just started using them consistently every night. After all, it’s never too soon to start the fight against aging and I’m not getting any younger over here! This revitalizes skin firmness, elasticity and radiance. Yes, yes and yes. I use this before moisturizing at night and love that it doesn’t leave behind a greasy or sticky feeling.

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Pistachio Body Butter ::: If there is one thing you need out of their entire line, it’s this. This is my favorite body butter ever. The texture is whipped and creamy and it’s packed with blue-green algae and incredibly hydrating pistachio oil, rich in vitamins and minerals. The scent is to die for, it’s smells like sweet pistachio biscotti and way more like a decadent dessert than any other body butter I’ve tried. I was a huge fan of another popular body cream I found at Sephora, until I found this. I’m addicted and can’t stop using this – morning, noon and night and my dry winter skin is thankful for something this hydrating.

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Pistachio & Rose Divine Beauty Oil ::: Ideal for face, body and hair this oil contains moroccan rose oil with antiseptic and astringent properties. This is great for removing makeup and prepping skin for serum & moisturizer but my favorite way to use it is as a hair oil. I’m pretty basic when it comes to my hair.. shampoo, conditioner, an occasional mask here or there, and more recently a hair oil. I started using a hair oil over the summer and noticed how much softer and smoother my hair felt. A dime sized amount of oil warmed up between your palms then applied to damp hair from the middle of your head to your ends will fight frizz like no other and help hydrate your hair without leaving behind a heavy, greasy residue. I do this after every wash regardless of whether I’m styling my hair or rocking an air dried bun. It makes a difference in the texture and softness.

If you’ve made it this far after reading me rave about this line, then you can already see that I’m genuinely obsessed. Out of the (what feels like) million skincare products I’ve tried recently, these have made the biggest difference and make me look forward to pampering my skin. Hats off to Pistache for creating a luxury line without compromising on quality. Their products are non-GMO, free of parabens & sulphates, contain no artificial fragrances, and are cruelty-free. **And this post is 100% NOT SPONSORED – just their biggest fan! Haha! 😉

http://www.pistacheskincare.com

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FYI ** As always, my reviews are not paid and are based on my own opinion, personal use and results.

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