[Review] Hazelnut Oil by Sinivalia #massageoil

** Disclosure: I received  this product  free of charge for the purpose of this review. This does not alter my opinion of the product in any way. This post may also contain affiliate links, that I will make a small commission on if you make a purchase. **


Sinivalia is a London based company specialising in organic and natural beauty products. To top it off they don’t test on animals – a huge bonus in my eyes – and they are chemical free as they only use natural ingredients. I am being more concious to look out for products that aren’t tested on animals and this range has everything you could need.

This is the last product out of the many I was sent to test that I used, the bottle says Body Oil Pure and Natural but this is in fact Hazelnut Oil, it comes in a 100ml glass bottle with a dispensing dropper.This doesn’t have much of a smell at all

This was great at combating the dry skin on my feet but me this one was extremely greasy feeling to me. I have used several other Sinivalis Oils and they have not been greasy upon application, so I am unsure as to they this one would have that effect on me.  At first I used 2 drops on each foot and whilst it did soak into the skin it did leave my feet feeling greasy and slippy even, the next time I used it 1 only used one drop and rubbed it into the palm of my hands but I still got the same effect. It did eventually fully soak in but it did take some time. Now for all I used this mainly on my feet it did wonders for my hands as a moisturiser!

The one thing about the oil I will say it that it doesn’t sting on broken or sore skin. I have blisters and broken skin on one foot and I was worried that it would nip when applying but it didn’t. 


You can by the Oil For Face, Hair and Body by Sinivalia from Amazon for £10.99


*price correct at time of posting*


Fee is a 35 year old mother of three, who has been on the blogging scene since 1996. Over the years she has tried to change her style but finds the personal diary effect to be her niche - there are not many of those around in the blogging world nowadays.

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