Beauty boost: 11 best face oils

Brighten up your complexion this spring with a little help from a luxury facial oil 

Facial oils are the ultimate in luxury and their prices reflect that. However, a tiny 4-5 drops is all you need, so they last much longer than you'd expect.

Modern oils are light and fresh, so you can wear them in the day to create a luminous glowy finish. Or choose a night time beauty boost like Sarah Chapman's Skinesis Overnight Facial for a morning-after glow.

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Verdict

Elemis celebrates 10 years at the top of the market with their cult classic Skin Bliss Capsules. While newest arrival this month, Oskia Restoration Oil, I predict is going to be a big hit. Looking for something a little easier on the purse strings? Orico Superico Vitamin Rich Face Oil is an inexpensive option that delivers results.

Buy now

1. Sarah Chapman Skinesis Overnight Facial, £45 for 15ml

2. Elemis Cellular Recovery Skin Bliss Capsules, £62 for 60 capsules or £79.50 for 120 capsules

3. Annee de Mamiel Spring Facial Oil, £65 for 20ml

4. Cowshed Rejuvenating Facial Oil, £36 for 30ml

5. Darphin Essential Oil Elixir 8-Flower Nectar, £94 for 15ml

6. Bobbi Brown Extra Face Oil, £42 for 30ml

7. Aromatherapy Associates Fine Line Face Oil, £46 for 15ml

8. Decleor Aromessence Neroli Super Serum, £44 for 15ml

9. RMS Beauty Oil, £60 for 30ml

10. Orico Superico Vitamin Rich Face Oil, £29 for 30ml

11. Oskia Restoration Oil, £60 for 30ml

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