OSKIA Bedtime Beauty Boost Review

In my recent haul you probably noticed that I received a sample of the OSKIA Bedtime Beauty Boost from Zuneta. I was expecting miracles when I noticed that it had a £72 price tag. I have also noticed that the price has now gone up to £74…
OSKIA Bedtime Beauty Boost


I have tried this over the course of a week after decanting it into a small 3.5ml pot which are always useful. I hate having sachets and leaving them to ooze out… In a tub I find it keeps for longer instead of going hard and nasty. I still have about half of this product left, which I am not going to use. What a waste I know…

This is a Nutri-Active and Regenerating Night Cream. It is meant to do all sorts of miraculous things like fill in lines, plump up the skin (forgive me, but when I think of plumping, I think fat face?) It has been clinically tested and has a patent pending. It also includes a special Swiss Apple…

I am sorry but I am really not convinced on this product, it is supposed to make your skin glow with a healthy beauty and provide long lasting hydration. On the first night, I did notice that the cream sunk in very well and my face was lovely and soft to the touch, but by morning I ended up looking greasy around my nose (which never happens) and blotchy like I had been crying all night! OSKIA Bedtime Beauty Boost claims to lighten and prevent hyperpigmentation… where was the lightening?! My skin also felt tight in the morning around my cheeks and forehead and I had to put another moisturiser on.

The next few nights I put twice as much on and I still felt tight in the morning, maybe this absorbs a little too much? I did put on some Organic Rosehip Oil on underneath and that helped a little more, but still… I dont want to use more products than I have to!

I also think this is the culprit to breaking me out…

Is it worth the price tag? Certainly not… Its just the next beauty fad for a special Swiss Apple Stem Cell… It doesnt even smell nice.


What would be your cut off point for a product? Would you pay over £70 for a moisturiser?

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