August 4, 2016

Aveda Tulasara Radiant Oleation Oil Getting You Smooth, Soft Skin

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Aveda Tulasara Radiant Awakening Ritual Kit

Aveda Tulasara Radiant Oleation Oil has me utterly intrigued at the moment. I seriously need to try this! Aveda was inspired by Ayurveda when creating Tulasara Radiant Oleation Oil. Ayurveda is an ancient healing art of India.

Aveda sells the oil on its own or in the new Aveda Tulasara Radiant Awakening Ritual Kit ($89) which includes a dry brush that gently exfoliates your skin. You’ll move the brush in circular motions around your face in outward sweep motions up and down your face. After apply the oleation oil by massaging gently in back and fourth motions. The oil actually doesn’t remain on your skin but acts as a mask of sorts. Leave it on for four minutes before cleansing it off.

The set includes:

  • Tulasara Radiant Facial Dry Brush
  • Tulasara Radiant Oleation Oil

You can also purchase Aveda Tulasara Radiant Oleation Oil on its own for $49 but the kit seems the way to go the first time around as it includes the brush.

I admit I’ve used a towel to exfoliate my skin! It’s one of the cheapest and most effective ways to remove dead skin cells. But honestly, the idea of a brush intrigues me. Is it soft? Harsh? I have drier skin so, typically I rely on a harsher exfoliating method. If the brush is super soft will it actually do anything?

Yeah, so, I have to find out for myself and try this!

What do you think?

Aveda Tulasara Radiant Oleation Oil and the Aveda Tulasara Radiant Awakening Ritual Kit is available now at nordstrom.com.

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  • TK

    Yes! It’s great for dry skin, gets all the dead skin off. It’s the perfect amount of exfoliation. I’m an oil slick on my face , and this oil has changed my fave. I produce way less oil since I started using this !