At first first signs of aging –crow’s feet, we see you — we turn to our trusty anti-aging eye creams, serums, night creams, moisturizers, and masks to treat and prevent. But have you ever used an anti-aging oil? If not, you might want to give this Ulta-exclusive product a try.
Much like a serum, anti-aging oils absorb quickly and penetrate into your skin deeper than other thicker products that tend to sit on the surface of your skin. Because of this, they pack a potent, anti-aging punch.
Nyakio's Manketti & Mafura Anti-Aging Oil is a natural age-fighting oil that targets the signs of wrinkles, dullness, dehydration, and loss of firmness in mature skin. The fast-absorbing oil is formulated with a blend of manketti oil, rich vitamin E and C, and mafura oil. It’s loaded with essential fatty acids that soften skin for a supple and radiant appearance. It really liquid youth in a bottle!
The Manketti & Mafura Anti-Aging Oil by Nyakio is also ethically and sustainably sourced with all natural ingredients and is 100% vegan and cruelty-free. This oil is free of sulfates, phthalates, parabens, mineral oil, and other harmful ingredients.
Key Benefits of Nyakio's Manketti & Mafura Anti-Aging Oil:
--Helps target the look of wrinkles and loss of firmness
--Restores for youthful radiant skin
--Rich in pure, cold-pressed oils - Manketti from the Kalahari Desert and Marula from Zimbabwe
Promising Customer Reviews:
“I absolutely love this oil. It is great for oily skin, I wake up without looking like a grease ball. It absorbs rather quickly when compared to other oils like Sunday Riley's Luna Oil or Drunk Elephant's Marula Oil. I'm on my second bottle, I love it and highly recommend it.”
“I have all of the Nyakio oils but this one has my favorite texture. I'm super dry and I can either layer this one or wear it alone after a toner or essence. They have a great price point and I recommend these oils to tons of my clients.”
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