Decleor Aromessence Ylang Ylang Purifying Serum

Ylang Ylang is the flower of flowers, the one, highly popular, sexy essence you reach for when you tire of lavender. Ironically, with a carefree lewdness, its aphrodisiac qualities can turn you on or off mentally and/or physically depending on your need. Oilier skins will want this two-faced temperament for those over productive glands.

For oily or even combo skin types, the best thing you can do is to add a little oil to your routine. Within a day or so, your body won’t be compelled to produce the extra oil to keep itself protected. Any aggressive type of exfoliation may encourage oil production. And, Decleor gives oily skins special attention by creating just for them the Aromessence Ylang Ylang Purifying Serum ($68) serum to help regulate sebum production and rid your pores of icky impurities.

In an era of brazen scrubbing, peeling, Clarisonic-ing skin, it’s no wonder oily skins tend to shy away from face oils for fear of breaking out yet again. We’ve said it over n’ over again – oils will help! – but they say the definition of insanity is to repeating the same mistakes expecting different results.

Decleor helps you break through this vicious skin cycle. The serum’s pure, limpid beauty is just another example of brand’s mythos and tasteful aromatherapy. The Aromessence Ylang Ylang is a complex composition that still remains to true to scent like nothing else. Warm, enveloping, and trademark Decleor. Hazel Seed oil gives the heart its organic absolutism, as it the slows loss of water from the skin by forming a barrier on the skin’s surface. Though it’s the Ylang Ylang that shoots arrows from it. Piercing through flurries of 100% natural Geranium, Rosemary Leaf, Bay Leaf oils, the Ylang Ylang lends an airy, luminous touch to skin and becomes even more pronounced when blended into the touch points. Extremely light-bodied, you can wear the serum underneath moisturizer and see no shine. Do click on Decleor’s video to learn how to best apply the oil to the facial touch points, which we often rush over in the morning.

The oil reminds you why you should never stock up on your favourite elixir. Your regret? You won’t be able to try loftier oils, which may need to be changed up to deal with those finicky seasonal changes your skin will see. This is one such treatment to cheat with...