Beauty Over 35: Geneva Naturals Anti-Aging Cellular Face Oil Review






It's May! May is a month full of great events including May Day (today), Mother's Day, Memorial Day, My Birthday, and two more reviews of Geneva Naturals skincare products! This review is for the second beauty oil from the brand that I've been working with (yes, this is a sponsored post). I am just going to give you the nitty gritty with info about the product and what I love about along with video demo on how to use it.


What is Cellular Skincare?



Let's find out what cellular skincare is. Cellular skincare involves ingredients -- typically animal- or plant-based -- that penetrate deep into skin cells to help repair and restore skin. Cellular skincare also aids other anti-aging skincare products in restoring more youthful skin.


About Geneva Naturals Anti-Aging Cellular Face Oil


Geneva Naturals Anti-Aging Cellular Face Oil is suitable for all skin types. This cellular beauty oil is blend of various potent plant-based oils that are rich in anti-oxidants and help to diminish fine lines and wrinkles. The key natural oils in this formula that are the most potent are raspberry, cranberry, and blueberry seed oils. It also contains the follow seed oils for a formula that helps to restore skin to its natural beauty (trust me it does):


  • Meadowfoam
  • Blackberry
  • Rosehip
  • Chardonnay Grape
  • Carrot
  • Black Cumin
  • Broccoli


How I Used the Cellular Face Oil


I stuck to the Instructions on the packaging. You use three to five drops of oil morning and night. I used about four drops in the morning massaging it into my face and neck. I really give myself a face massage when I do this, too. At night, I use three drops because I follow it with three drops of Geneva Naturals Anti-Aging Retinoid Face Oil. I follow with my acne treatments and eye creams because like I told you guys yesterday, I have adult acne. Check out this video demo too see how I apply the oil:




My Experience Using This Oil


I don't think you will need to use five drops of oil unless your skin is really parched and just soaks it up immediately. The oil is light and doesn't really have smell to it. It smells bland, very neutral. That is good because the retinoid oil that is used with it at night has an herbaceous smell to it so your nose won't be overpowered with scent.

The oil does work best when it is massaged into the skin. I tried lightly rubbing it in and I had a more excess oil left over on my skin. When I massage the oil, it seems to help it absorb deeper into my skin. This could just be my personal experience but based off this I do recommend taking the time for the massage action.

Massaging Geneva Naturals Anti-Aging Cellular Face Oil into the skin also helps to gently loosen any dry patches you have. When I began using this oil I was going through an eczema flare up. When I massaged the oil in it helped to loosen up some of the scales that exfoliating did not get. When used before the retinoid oil it helps that second oil penetrate to calm inflammation and redness down.


Final Thoughts on Geneva Naturals Anti-Aging Cellular Face Oil


The best thing about is it didn't cause me any additional acne breakouts. It was helpful in healing my eczema flare up. This oil is expensive as Geneva Naturals is in the higher end market. Yet after a month of use, I just slipped below that ridge of the top square edge of the glass bottle. So, spending $89.99 is not bad for a product that will last you a few months.





I love that it has a neutral oil scent to it, nothing over powering. I don't really care much for skincare loaded with fragrance regardless of how well it works because a lot of those chemical fragrances irritate my eyes. In all honestly, I have nothing critical to say about Geneva Naturals Anti-Aging Cellular Face Oil.



What beauty/face oils have you tried before? Would you consider giving Geneva Naturals Anti-Aging Cellular Face Oil a try?











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