Over the summer I attended an event at The Vogue House in London and whilst I was there I entered a competition to win a box of beauty goodies worth over £200, to my suprise I won! In this box was Beauty Kitchen’s Abyssininan Oil collection.

Made from completely natural ingredients I was delighted to come across the brand in my box of beauty goodies. The Vegan-friendly and organically sourced products are made with Abyssinian Oil, an intensely hydrating, age defense treatment for sensitive, oily or dry skin.

 

Their collection of natural cleansers and oils are gentle and effective at removing makeup, cleansing the skin and restoring skin textures.

Pair the Konjac sponge and balm for a gentle, but deeply exfoliating cleanse that will leave skin feeling deeply moisturized and soft.

How it works:

  • The Konjac Sponge helps our Balm work harder and go further
  • Exfoliates as it cleanses for smoother skin
  • Leaves skin clean, glowing and silky smooth
  • Cleansing Balm is non-greasy and melts into the skin removing makeup, pollution, and other impurities
  • Used together skin is deeply cleansed revealing soft, beautifully hydrated skin
  • 100% natural, eco-friendly, vegetarian (cleansing balm contains beeswax) and suitable for all skin types.

Here’s a list of ingredients in each product:

Abyssinian Oil Facial Cleansing Balm

***butyrospermum parkii (Organic Shea) butter, crambe abyssinica (Abyssinian Oil) seed oil, olea europaea (Olive Oil) fruit oil, hydrogenated olive oil (Olive Oil), acacia decurrens/jojoba/sunflower seed cera/ polyglyceryl-3 esters, caprylic/capric triglyceride (Coconut Oil), cera alba (Beeswax), limnanthes alba (Meadowfoam Oil) seed oil, oryza sativa (Rice Bran) bran oil, tocopherol (Vitamin E), citric acid, ***certified organic ingredients Only ever 100% naturally derived ingredients for Sustainable Beauty.

Aroma Facial Concentrate

Crambe abyssinica (Abyssinian Oil) seed oil, prunus amygdalus dulcis (Sweet Almond) oil, caprylic/capric triglyceride (Coconut Oil), olea europaea (Olive Oil) fruit oil, avena sativa (Oat Oil) kernel oil, limnanthes alba (Meadowfoam Oil) seed oil, calendula officinalis (Calendula Oil) flower extract, rubus idaeus (Raspberry Oil) seed oil, tocopherol (Vitamin E), Only ever 100% naturally derived ingredients for Sustainable Beauty.

Purchase the Abyssinian range here.

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22 Comments on Beauty Kitchen’s Abyssinian Oil

  1. Ruth
    11th Nov 2018 at 2:46 PM (1 month ago)

    These sound like great products 😀 I love anything that makes my skin feel nice, healthy and soft 🙂

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    • Laurabeth
      12th Nov 2018 at 3:43 PM (1 month ago)

      They really are! It’s so rare to find a natural beauty brand that actually does what they claim to on their packaging. Super chuffed you like them too!

      Reply
  2. Blair
    11th Nov 2018 at 3:43 PM (1 month ago)

    Congrats on your win. How nice that you can across a product that you could share with us.

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    • Laurabeth
      12th Nov 2018 at 3:43 PM (1 month ago)

      Thank you! So glad you think so! 🙂

      Reply
  3. Melanie Frost
    11th Nov 2018 at 7:33 PM (1 month ago)

    I’ve never heard of Abyssinian oil. The whole collection looks awesome!

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    • Laurabeth
      12th Nov 2018 at 3:39 PM (1 month ago)

      Neither had I! It’s awesome. They use organic, ethically sourced beeswax in their products too so it’s completely natural!

      Reply
  4. Kisha
    11th Nov 2018 at 11:30 PM (1 month ago)

    I love essential oils, but I’d never heard of this one. Wondering if coconut oil or olive oil would be a better carrier oil for this, but I’d use this in my hair along with tea tea and rosemary oil.

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    • Laurabeth
      12th Nov 2018 at 3:38 PM (1 month ago)

      I use coconut oil on my skin and hair! Abyssinian oil is made from a delicate flower and is designed for sensitive skin. Give it a go and let me know 🙂

      Reply
  5. Flavia
    12th Nov 2018 at 3:16 PM (1 month ago)

    That looks really good. You got me curious to try that out now…

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  6. Adriana
    12th Nov 2018 at 3:55 PM (1 month ago)

    Lately, I’ve been into essential oils and the benefits of them. I will be looking more into these.

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  7. Alexis
    12th Nov 2018 at 7:55 PM (1 month ago)

    I don’t know this about abyssinian oil. Thanks for the info and education. I’ll have to look into getting some for myself.

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  8. Kermilia
    12th Nov 2018 at 9:40 PM (1 month ago)

    I’ve never heard of Abyssinian oil! Such good information here! Thanks for sharing!

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  9. Dana Brillante-Peller
    13th Nov 2018 at 3:22 AM (1 month ago)

    Although we love using essential oils (lavander and citrus), we haven’t tried this one before. Sounds like it’s worth checking out.

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  10. Ruxandra
    13th Nov 2018 at 7:32 AM (1 month ago)

    I never heard of Abyssinian oil! It sounds amazing and would love to give it a try!

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  11. Preet
    13th Nov 2018 at 8:00 AM (1 month ago)

    This looks and sounds great. I am so much more concerned with moisturizing now than I used to be. Abyssinian Oil sounds like an amazing product.

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    • Laurabeth
      14th Nov 2018 at 2:58 PM (1 month ago)

      Yes! Its great to keep your skin hydrated always at any age! It will definitely help your skins to feel its best.

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    • Laurabeth
      14th Nov 2018 at 2:58 PM (1 month ago)

      Yes! Its great to keep your skin hydrated always at any age! Definitely will help your skins to feel its best.

      Reply
    • Laurabeth
      14th Nov 2018 at 2:58 PM (1 month ago)

      Yes! It’s great to keep your skin hydrated always at any age! Definitely will help your skins to feel its best.

      Reply
  12. Noor
    14th Nov 2018 at 6:51 AM (1 month ago)

    Sounds like really pure natural ingredients on these products. Which one is your fav so far?

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    • Laurabeth
      14th Nov 2018 at 2:56 PM (1 month ago)

      Omgosh! I can’t choose. I love the cleansing balm because my skin can often feel dry so its great way of cleaning and hydrating my skin. The oil is fab after I remove my makeup, I tend to use the oil three times a week. I also really like their vegetable konjak sponge which I use three times a week for a gentle exfoliation after the balm. This is great because it’s not irritating and just leaves my face feeling super light and clean.

      Reply
  13. Thien Trang
    14th Nov 2018 at 3:32 PM (1 month ago)

    That looks really great. I love essential oil but I’ve never heard of this. I use coconut oil for my hair and it works !!
    I’ll try this one day

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    • Laurabeth
      21st Nov 2018 at 4:32 PM (3 weeks ago)

      Coconut oil it lush for your hair! I use that for my hair too. I bought some organic Coconut oil from Bali last year and it was great, even on my skin for dry skin areas like my elbows! Definitely give it a go and let me know 🙂

      Reply

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