The wonderful Bronnie over at Maid In Australia is having some wonderful giveaways for mental health month. I think it's a wonderful idea and I'm joining in.
I was offered to review Busby Pure Tissue Oil and I jumped at the chance. My skin gets so dry especially when the weather is cold. I also have some little scars on my legs that I hate. I thought trying this oil would be perfect as it's clinically proven to improve the appearance of scars, stretch marks, wrinkles, ageing skin and dehydrated skin.
The first thing I noticed was the size of the bottle, it'd last so long with the small amount used daily. It's made from avocado, grape seed and rose hip oils and smells divine. Although it's an oil it doesn't feel greasy like some do.
|I has mad photo skills yo.
I planned on using it twice daily for two weeks but lufflump hid it for a couple of days then baby brain really took hold so forgetting my name took precedence over everything else. So in total I've managed to use it almost daily for about a week. Honestly, I've already noticed a slight difference of some scars which is wonderful as the weather gets warmer. I'd take photos but I haven't shaved my legs in weeks and no one wants to see that.
It's important for our mental health to look after ourselves, to feel like we are worth it. The wonderful thing about Busby Pure Tissue Oil is not how natural it is or the smell or the oils but that it can be used as massage oil. So relaxing! Lufflump and I are going away on a family trip this weekend and I've packed the oil to massage my mum's always aching back.
Thanks to the wonderful people at FGB Natural Products, I have four 100mL bottles of Busby Pure Tissue Oil to giveaway. Just comment below telling me how you like to pamper yourself. It'd also be wonderful if you could like Tutu Ames and Busby Australia on Facebook. Competition closes on Sunday 30th October 2011. Unfortunately this competition is only open to Australian entrants and only one entry per household please.
Disclosure: I received a complimentary 100mL bottle of Busby Pure Tissue Oil courtesy of FGB Natural Products. No financial payment was offered nor accepted for this post. All opinions expressed are purely my own.