Review Huxley Secret Of Sahara Oil; Light And More

Huxley Secret Of Sahara Oil: Light And More Review

Huxley Secret Of Sahara Oil: Light And More is a facial oil among Huxley's bestselling products. It's a great combination to use with Huxley's More Than Moist Cream to provide deep moisture. Read on to know what Secret Of Sahara Oil: Light And More from Huxley has to offer.

Disclaimer: This product was sent to me for review purposes. I was not paid to write a review but that does not affect my thoughts on it. Do take note that my experience with this product may not be the same as yours as each skin type is different. Your Milage May Vary (YMMV). I am also not a skin expert, I'm only a skincare enthusiast. Hence, I do not qualify to suggest dermatological advice, please seek a certified medical practioner for further advice if needed.

What is Huxley Secret Of Sahara Oil: Light And More?

Huxley Secret Of Sahara Oil: Light And More is a daily light moisturizing facial oil.  Huxley claims its Light And More Oil to be a highly concentrated, antioxidant-rich oil that easily penetrates dull and dehydrated skin.  This oil boosts moisture and nourishment to skin in need of protection against various environmental stressors; free radicals, pollutants and moisture loss. Huxley uses a safe and certified-organic ingredient, Sahara’s prickly pear seed oil, Sunflower seed oil, squalene, and jojoba oil to strengthen skin’s moisture barrier and improve skin tone and texture. 

What Huxley Claims on Its Secret Of Sahara Oil: Light And More

1. Non-greasy lightweight oil
2. Does not leave an oily appearance
3. Fast absorbing
4. Light & dry oil for all skin types
5. Rich moisture for dry skin
6. Without parabens, mineral oils or synthetic dyes
7. Hypoallergenic
8. Great for normal to dry skin types

Product Details
Global: website
Price: 135MYR | XXUSD (30ml)
Origin: Korea
Skin Concern: Strengthen Skin Moisture Barrier
Skin Types: All Skin Types
PAO: 12 Months
Full Ingredients List (INCI): 
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INCI to be updated

Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Dicaprylyl Carbonate, Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil, Squalene, Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil, Fragrance, Crambe Abyssinica Seed Oil, Tocopheryl Acetate, Opuntia Ficus-Indica Seed Oil,

My Thoughts on Huxley Light And More Oil

If you're thinking Huxley's Oil Light And More is another choice for Huxley's Oil Essence, well, you're wrong. These 2 products are totally different. The Oil Light And More is a facial oil, while the Oil Essence is an essence included with oil. You can read my past review for Huxley Secret Of Sahara Oil Essence, Essence-like, Oil-like Set.

I highlighted that I've already used Huxley's Oil before in the post, but that was just a trial bottle. So now, since I've tried the full-sized bottle, I can finally give my proper thoughts.
This is my review of Huxley Secret Of Sahara Oil: Light And More
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Looking into the full list of ingredients for Huxley Light And More Oil, its active ingredient is Sahara’s prickly pear seed oil, which is full of skin-benefiting antioxidants, vitamin E and linoleic acid. It also contains Sunflower Seed Oil, Squalene and Jojoba Oil that works to strengthen the skin’s moisture barrier and improve skin tone and texture. Overall the INCI list looks full of skin-loving ingredients except for fragrance, of course. But as I mentioned before, Huxley is not for you if you're not into fragrance in skincare.

This oil comes in a clear glass bottle with a screw dropper cap. As I seem to always mention, Huxley's packaging is beautiful! It's neat and has a luxurious feel to it. The glass bottle feels a bit heavy, and you can see that it's thick, which makes you feel expensive using this. LOL... Even its trial size came in a mini-sized bottle which is so cute! I have no complaints about packaging as it functions really well and let out the right amount of oil for each need.

It's an oil, so of course, it's oily. (Sorry, but I came across a review stating that this oil is 'oily'... LOL... My brain just couldn't handle it.) It's supposed to be oily since it's an oil, so this is not for you for those who cannot handle oily texture. It's a light yellow oil that actually has a very light texture compared to a few facial oils I've tried before. It absorbs so well into the skin that it doesn't feel like oil has been applied to my face even after application. It does not feel too oily on the skin, so my skin doesn't shine either, so it's not sticky.

It has a strong floral scent which could be overwhelming. As I mentioned in my previous reviews for Huxley products, Huxley is not for you if you're bothered with fragrance. I, on the other hand, seems to be really addicted to its scent. It smells so good!

From my first try using Huxley's Oil until now, I can't seem to get enough. IT LASTED FOR MONTHS when I tried the mini bottle, and I've been using it daily. Even a small bottle goes a long way, so I bet the full-size one could last me a year probably. I bet you can already guess that I'm certainly in love with this facial oil.

As I mentioned, I've tried several types of facial oils before, but this one is a holy grail for me. I'm acne-prone, so facial oils are usually a red alert product for me, but I still use them anyway because the right facial oil could provide proper moisture to the skin, preventing acne from popping out. And Huxley's Light and More oil seem to be that facial oil for me as I don't seem to get any acne parade when using this.

Instead of direct application to the skin, I mix the oil with moisturizers, 2-3 drops is enough, but types of moisturizers do count. I avoid mixing it with gel-based moisturizers or lightweight ones because they change the texture I don't like. Instead, I use it with thick and creamy creams just like Huxley's Cream, and it creates the perfect blend of texture that glides and absorbs into the skin so easily. I've tried this oil with multiple creams with the same texture as Huxley's Cream, and it all works well with this oil.

So far, I've been using a new bottle for 3 weeks now, and my experience is still good. I did, of course, get a few zits, but only a spot or two. However, that's normal as I tend to get a few zits when I'm on my period or taking too much sugary food. That's why I'm impressed; I don't seem to get a full face breakout when using this oil.

I love the feel of this oil; adding it to my face does not make my skin feel so oily that it's uncomfortable. It feels super light and dry compared to the oils I've tried before, but not dry in a bad way. Dry to my meaning is that it does not create that sticky, oily feel, and somehow it manages to keep my skin super moist. I've always used this in my night routine because waking up in the morning makes my skin super moist and supple. It's like my face had a full spa facial during the night. 

Overall Thoughts
Huxley Secret Of Sahara Oil: Light And More is definitely a holy grail for me. I haven't come across a facial oil yet that has not caused me a breakout instead of this one, and for those with acne-prone skin, it makes the list of options even shorter. I know the INCI list doesn't look all good for those with my skin type, but I'm amazed at how well it works despite that. For those with dry skin, I highly recommend this facial oil to give in-depth moisture to your skin. While for others, make sure to do a patch test first because oils are mostly full of comedogenic ingredients, so it's risky.

However, if you read more on facial oils, you'll come to know that facial oils are actually a magic potion to balance back hydration to your skin, which may result in healthier-looking skin.

My Rate
Rate: 5/5
Repurchase: Yes! 
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Other Products From Huxley Secret Of Sahara

1. Cream; More Than Moist
Deeply moisturizing cream

2. Oil Essence, Essence-like, Oil-like
Hybrid essence mixed with oil

3. Mask Secret Of Sahara Glow And Brightness
Brightening sheet mask infused with cactus extract

4. Cream; More Than Moist
Deeply moisturizing cream

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