Diptyque Satin Oil for Body and Hair Review

Hello Hello beautiful, so happy to have you here! Today im going to review Diptique's Satin Oil for Body and Hair because I’m half way down my first bottle of this and I loooove this juice!

Diptyque makes the most exquisite perfumes and home fragrances products. I'm obsessed with their candles and room sprays, and Philosykos is one of my top shelf fragrances. I've gone through a bottle of Philosykos at an alarming rate because the scent is that good. It's feminine, elegant and best of all works for any season.
So when Diptyque gifted me their Satin Oil for body and hair,  I was over the moon. That day jump of joy made the whole week of cardio. I was jumping around and giggling so bad that my husband thought I went mad
Now two and a half months later I'm happy to report that I am absolutely madly and irrevocably in love with this oil.
Satin Oil makes my skin radiant and smooth, my hair silky and shiny and the pampery feeling by using this oil me feel like a true greek goddess and I'm not exaggerating one single bit. Diptique's Satin Oil is luxurious, is not greasy and is smelling like a garden of jasmine, saffron, and ylang-ylang.

What is it
non-greasy oil spray  for skin and hair

Who is it for
anyone who wants to add a touch of pampering to their routine

Sprayed on the skin, it makes skin satiny, smooth, and brilliantly beautiful.
On hair, it repairs, nourishes, softens and gives incomparable shine.

How do you use it?
 Spritz onto the skin and massage in with your hands

Ingredient list
Isononyl Isononanoate (Solvent), Cetearyl Isononanoate (Solvent), Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil (Skin Conditioning), Squalane (Emollient), Fragrance, Olea Europa (Olive) Fruit Oil (Skin Conditioning), Persea Gratissima (Avocado Oil)
Ingredients are subject to change at the manufacturer's discretion. For the most complete and up-to-date list of ingredients, refer to the product packaging

Formulated without
Alcohol Paraben  Sulphate Silicone



How does it smell?
Floral, jasmine, saffron, and ylang-ylang

What did I like about
I'm a packaging snob, and  Diptique's Satin Oil packaging is flawless. Beautiful and minimalistic comes with a pump that works flawlessly, has a minimal ingredients list and in all honesty, i couldn't find a flaw to it. IS a bit on the pricey side but is pure luxury, I feel like I'm rubbing the silkiest silk on my skin, and I said before my skin is dry and tends to get dull easily. I tend to use a lot if shimmery oils to give my skin a healthy glow. Well, dullness wasn't a problem i have when im using this oil. Neither is dryness. this juice is beautiful and addictive

What I didn’t like about
As I said above, I was unable to find a flaw to this gorgeous oil. 

Would I repurchase? 
Most likely yes

Have you tried anything from Diptyque? What are your faves?

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