Review: Bodhi Neroli Luce Revitalising Face Oil

I absolutely love the smell of Neroli, and love the scent of this face oil very much. 
The bottle for starters looks lovely and quite neat. Being 15ml it is a decent size for traveling with if needed to take on your holidays and is supposedly meant to last 1 month and a half, but I think it can go a longer way just because I use the tiniest amount
This facial oil instantly absorbs into the skin nourishing and hydrating it leaving it toned. I would highly recommend only the smallest few drops, massaging it into the finger tips before applying to the face. I think this is great for any calloused skin or dry patches. This prevents the face being greasy too. I was terrified at using oils on my face as it is quite oily on its own, but the oil actually re-balances the skins natural hydration. If it lacks natural oils, it helps to produce some and if it over produces, which in my case it does, it slows down the stimulation of oils. Whilst it does this, it improves the complexion increasing elasticity. I like the size of it but it is made of glass so be careful not to drop it.
The appearance is very yellow but once blended, it is not noticeable at all. The oil does have a strong aroma of Mediterranean orange blossoms. Frankincense extracts helps to regenerates the skin and the vitamins in it help to revitalise the supplement of the skin.
The great thing is that this suits all skin types which is great.
The directions on the product tells you to use this morning and night but I currently only use this as part of my morning ritual under my makeup, just because I use the Kiehl’s Midnight Recovery Consentrate at night, otherwise I would use it at night also. The way in which they work are very similar and could possibly rival each other!
The ingredients are inspired by natural remedies used around the world. The creator Elijah Choo made sure to make the brand as a whole nasties-free so some of the things excluded are parabens, sulphates, synthetic colours and fragrance, paraffin and they are not tested on animals.
I really am loving using facial oils at the moment and feel they are really balancing out my skin. I will continue to use this and time will tell if this is a must have in my skin routine. I am loving it so far!
Have you tried anything from Bodhi?

Thanks for reading!


  1. This looks great, I think that it is a shame so many people think that oils will break them out because they don't at all! xxx

    Maddy from http://unstitchedd.blogspot.co.uk/

  2. oh wow sounds like a really great product! I´m so bad at buying skin products when I really ought too start!

  3. I've been loving this too! I always worried facial oils would make my skin spotty but this one is perfect 🙂 xx

  4. Mmm, I love the smell of neroli too! Thanks for the review 🙂



  5. I remember when I first heard about the oil cleansing method when I broke out in spots and I thought oils + spots, really? But I didn't produce more oil while using the method. Now my skin is more rebalanced but I still enjoy using oils on the skin, my skin feels more supple and glows. I was just recommended the Bodhi Jasmine Falls bath & shower therapy, seems like a good brand xo

  6. I know, I didn't know that until recently and love using it now x

  7. Yes, I feel skincare products are so important but I'm forever discovering new ones to see which ones work best for me. A never ending story ha x

  8. I was first hooked on the neroli body cream and shower gel from The Body Shop, smells sooo good!!

  9. The Bodhi Jasmine Falls bath and shower therapy sounds really good. I wouldn't mind trying something else from the brand because I love this so much!

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