iHerb Customer Reviews
Savings of: $1.39 (28% off)
Posted by 4699147440748074802 on Mar 22, 2015
Tengo la piel mixta y lo usé de noche como recomiendan por Internet, pero el resultado fue un desastre, me salían muchísimos granitos al ser muy hidratante. Además, la sensación grasosa que deja en la cara no me gustó nada.
havent use it yet
Posted by Reviewer3105319 on Oct 04, 2014
1st time buying, havent used it
Posted by 5326898299720780389 on Sep 02, 2014
Pros: - It's lightweight and good for oily skin - absorbs quickly Cons: - Doesnt do much for combination or dry skin - too heavy to use as an eyemakeup remover
Posted by marjaana on May 29, 2014
I mixed this with other skin care products when I felt my skin needed something extra. It did it's job ok, but I will probably keep looking for that perfect oil for my skin.
Posted by 4980598792941902261 on Sep 16, 2013
Se supone que es bueno para la piel,pero yo el otro día lo use como mascarilla de pre-lavado para el pelo, me la di ellas puntas y me quedaron genial.
Posted by Reviewer1099225 on May 22, 2013
I usually use this in the evening, and it doesn't clog my pores (I have oily acne-prone awful skin). A little goes a long way, but it doesn't absorb as well as other oils I've used. It's a good average, nothing less nothing more.
Posted by 5251526607902156652 on Apr 02, 2013
I thoughI thought grapeseed oil should not greasy, but this one does! I also purchased jojoba oil this time, and jojoba oil is not greasy.
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Aura Cacia, Natural Skin Care Oil, Grapeseed
Posted by chukchenka on Mar 28, 2012
Used it only once. It was nice, but I'm not sure yet about it.
Posted by Reviewer1381733 on Sep 06, 2011
Quite moisten, suitable for use at night. It's excellent if it's cold-pressed..but it's not.
Aura Cacia Grapeseed Oil
Posted by Reviewer1373824 on Aug 15, 2011
I have a love-hate relationship with the Aura Cacia bottles. They squirt out the same measured dose each time, which can be a good thing (and they are certainly spill-proof), but not so useful if you only want to use a few drops of oil. Regarding the grapeseed, it sometimes feels like it's just sitting on my skin, even when I apply it on damp skin, which is supposed to help it absorb better. However, it doesn't cause reddening of my skin or irritation, which lots of things do, and it certainly moisturises my skin more than the sweet almond does. Also, the problem with grapeseed is the way it is extracted - not cold-pressed, which I prefer for oils. But that's true of all brands of grapeseed.