watermelon seed oil face moisturiser for oily skin

Moisturiser for oily skin - Watermelon Seed Oil 100ml


Looking for a plastic-free face moisturiser suitable for oily skin?


This Kalahari watermelon seed oil has it all. It is eco-friendly and fairly traded. The oil is light, absorbs into your skin very speedily, and doesn’t leave any sort of greasy residue, unlike thicker cream-style moisturisers, making it excellent for those of us prone to oily skin!


Extremely high in vitamin E and essential fatty acids craved by your skin, it is a highly effective moisturiser and these components aid in repairing the skin surface, helping to keep up an effective barrier against grease, grime and whatever else the world might throw at you.


Best suited for those with oily or combination skin, as works to balance out your skin’s oil production and doesn’t clog pores, making you feel less greasy and helping to prevent spots and breakouts.


‘Storage: Store your watermelon oil in a cool, dry place. If stored out of direct sunlight, watermelon oil will keep for up to two years.’ (These oils have a very subtle scent, so don’t expect to be able to smell the watermelon too much.)

  • Tubs of plastic moisturiser that have lots of ingredients …which aren’t necessarily kind to your skin. Lots contain alcohol, which while it stops your skin from feeling greasy when plying on these thick creams, it doesn’t help your skin hydrate properly, meaning you have to use more of it.

    Moisturisers come in plastic bottles and tubs of all shapes and sizes, many of which aren’t at all recyclable, or only recyclable in part after you’ve dismantled it into different pieces. Which is putting all the effort onto the consumer when working out how to dispose of the packaging. Why won’t companies learn that fancy looking plastic packaging with lots of moveable parts is a right pain in the…. when it comes to throwing it away? You can see why these kinds of things just get chucked in the bin by most people, no matter how much these companies whine they’ve made their products recyclable. Not good forward planning.