Breathable moisture: Suki Facial Oil

I can remember when I thought the last thing I wanted to put on my face was oil. More shiny stuff that will clog my pores? No way. I’m glad I saw the light and tried facial oils, because they can be the best thing for all types of skin, from super dry to very oily. Suki has an incredible facial oil that is perfect for combination skin with dry patches – their Nourishing Facial Oil ($37.00).

My skin has always been oily on my t-zone, a little dry on my cheeks, and extremely dry on my forehead. The Suki Nourishing Facial Oil was meeant for skin just like mine. It provides deep hydration for dry areas, and plumps up skin so it reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. It also increases the strength of skin and improves elasticity. The oil is light and doesn’t clog pores or make skin more oily – in fact, it does a fabulous job of balancing things out so skin looks bright and glowy, but not shiny or flaky.

The ingredients are excellent. The Nourishing Facial Oil has something called suki® proprietary complexes™ , which combine high-performance ingredients to target issues safely & effectively. The ingredients in the Nourishing Facial Oil include:


  • precursor for Vitamin A (retinol)
  • protects skin against UVA-light induced damage
  • enhances the appearance of dry or damaged skin by reducing flaking and restoring suppleness


  • contains sunflower, safflower & grape seed oils
  • the highest concentration of essential lipids
  • maintains a strong & healthy moisture barrier
  • provides necessary sebum for dehydrated skin
Suki Skin Care products

The Nourishing Facial Oil is applied right after toner, while your skin is still a little damp. You just need one or two drops for your whole face and neck. After I put it on my skin, I run my hands through my hair and it calms down any frizz. And some really great news – Suki is having a sale this weekend. 30% off the entire collection for Labor Day – just use the code LABORDAY.

You can find Suki online at Walmart and at – Lisa


simmondsia chinensis (jojoba) seed oil†, helianthus annuus (sunflower) seed oil†, vitis vinifera (grape) seed oil, oryza sativa (rice) bran oil, oenothera biennis (evening primrose) oil, rosa canina (rosehip) seed oil†, lavandula angustifolia (lavender) oil, daucus carota sativa (carrot) seed oil, daucus carota sativa (carrot) extract, lavandula angustifolia (lavender) flower extract, calendula officinalis flower extract, tocopherol, prunus armeniaca (apricot) kernel oil†, carthamus tinctorius (safflower) seed oil, olea europaea (olive) fruit oil, juniperus mexicana (cedarwood) oil, commiphora myrrha (myrrh) oil, amyris balsamifera bark oil, linalool, geraniol, limonene*.

*components of 100% pure natural fragrance and/or steam-distilled/cold-pressed essential oils.
†total certified organic content: 50.76%


  1. Lola Seicento | 8th Sep 20

    You know how much I love Suki, and I used this incredible face oil a decade ago and loved it. I really need to try it again!

  2. Laura | 8th Sep 20

    I’m a big fan of facial oils!

  3. Kathryne | 8th Sep 20

    I still haven’t found oils that won’t break me out. I know scented ones are major triggers for me. I would love to find one that’s compatible with my skin

  4. Courtney | 8th Sep 20

    Thanks for introducing me to a new brand!

  5. Jen Mathews | 8th Sep 20

    Sounds like this would be perfect for dry skin!

  6. Kristina | 8th Sep 20

    This oil sounds really lovely! I’ve like all the Suki products I’ve tried.

  7. Kristi V BeginNails | 8th Sep 20

    Oooh! I haven’t heard of this brand before! Thanks for the introduction. I always appreciate finding new oils. 🙂

  8. Jen Sky Walker | 8th Sep 20

    This sounds like a really great facial oil! I don’t really have any dry patches at the moment, but I bet this would be perfect for me in the winter!

  9. Cindy E Ingalls | 8th Sep 20

    Suki makes great skincare!

  10. Nina Kasper | 9th Sep 20

    I love that this is on the lighter end. I live in Alabama so, with humidity, I can only use light products, or else I end up sweating off my skincare as soon as I walk outdoors. I’ll have to give this one a try.

  11. Glamorable | 9th Sep 20

    Suki products smell so good! I’ll never forget that sweet citrusy flavor.

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