Maple Holistics sent this product to the author of LeeNG Beauty for free for review purposes. Any opinions are the author’s own.
After trying and loving their Jojoba Essential Oil, I’ve decided to collaborate with Maple Holistics again.
Maple Holistics is a cruelty-free, all-natural company that sells personal care products encompassing hair care, bath and body, and health foods. Providing high-quality, natural products for better hygiene and health, they use the purest ingredients to maximize the therapeutic abilities of their products. In addition to being cruelty-free and all-natural, Maple Holistics’ products are sulfate-free, made in the USA, and even safe for color-treated hair.
Customer service is a top priority for Maple Holistics and they stand behind a hassle-free, a hundred percent money back guarantee. So, if not satisfied with your purchase, you can return it for a full refund or exchange it. They even offer a free samples program that you can sign up for to receive a free sample and once registered, keep an eye on your inbox for information about also receiving a full-size product for free as well.
The product they sent me to talk about is their Almond Oil. Costing $9.45 USD for a four-ounce bottle, this is a hundred-percent all natural and pure sweet almond oil. It’s non-greasy formula softens hair and hydrates skin without clogging pores, which makes it great for a variety of skin types, especially those that are acne-prone.
Almond Oil can be used as a makeup remover, massage oil, or just as a moisturizer. When I first received it, I used it in place of body lotion because it seems to have a thicker consistency that is readily absorbed into the skin and goes farther per drop than other oils I’ve used.
The result was not good as I ended up having a skin reaction and broke out in a rash on my arms and legs. Very unusual because it's suitable for sensitive skin and works really well as a makeup remover - takes off stubborn makeup and leaves my face feeling soft without any sort of irritation. I don't know went wrong.
I also don't understand why a lot of companies package almond oil in these plastic bottles with these plastic press-caps that you have to squeeze. The seals don't hold and you end up with a mess because of it being such a thick oil. A bottle with a twist-cap or a dropper would hold up a lot better.