Eden’s Semilla Vitamin E & Jojoba Oil

Hi guys! Eden’s Semilla was kind enough to send me two of their 100% natural oils for review. Going into this, I hadn’t really used oils all that much. I’d used a few samples here and there but never had fully committed myself to testing out an oil. The two that I was sent were the Vitamin E Oil and the Jojoba Oil. Eden’s Semilla was originally formed in the United States.

Now, let’s dive into these lovely oils…

Eden’s Semilla | Vitamin E Oil

The Vitamin E oil was the first one that I started testing. Made from a blend of their Jojoba Oil and Rosehip Oil, the product delivers an excellent consistency for application. It is the thinner product of the two oils and very versatile. Some of the benefits I’ve seen from it is a hydrated face and hydrated cuticles which is so important at this time of the year. It also absorbs quickly into the skin so that you are not left with a greasy residue. Any dryness that the winter weather has thrown my way has been repaired.

When using this oil while applying foundation, which is honestly something that scared me a bit before, I find that my skin has a natural glow and I don’t get greasy. If you’ve been following my blog you’ll know that I have oily skin so I really was impressed and how this didn’t negatively affect my foundation. While I haven’t had any sunburns in a long time, this product is also supposed to be excellent for proving relief from them.

Some of the ways I’ve enjoying using this product:

  • All over my face either on it’s own or prior to applying my nightly moisturizer
  • On my cuticles
  • A drop added to my makeup sponge prior to blending foundation for a natural glow

Eden’s Semilla | Jojoba Oil

I started adding their Jojoba Oil to my routine once I established a firm routine with the Vitamin E Oil. Right away what I noticed was this oil was slightly thicker than the Vitamin E Oil. Due to this, I actually preferred using this in my nightly routine. Jojoba Oil is known for it’s moisturizing properties which is incredible for the skin, hair and nails. I haven’t tried this on my hair (my hair is so naturally oily) but on my nails and skin it’s been fantastic. I’ve been breaking out a lot lately and I’ve noticed since using this, my blemishes/broken skin has been healing nicer than usual. Any scaring isn’t lingering as long or as noticeable. This makes sense since Jojoba Oil also has healing properties as well as anti-aging.

Some of the ways I’ve enjoyed using this product:

  • All over my face either on it’s own or prior to applying my nightly moisturizer
  • On my cuticles
  • For any dry patches of skin to provide extra hydration
  • Applied to my dry lips – I swipe the excess from my face onto my lips prior to applying my nightly lip balm


These products are 100% natural and 100% organic. They are vegan friendly, not tested on animals, nor do they contain any parabens or sulphites. While I don’t have sensitive skin, they do claim to be ideal for those with that skin type. Having oily skin, I enjoyed using these and didn’t experience any excess oil or breakouts as a result of using them. I am quite impressed and I’m already eying up some of their serums!

If you’re interested in checking out Eden’s Semilla, you can find their products on their website and on Amazon.

What are your favourite natural oils to use? I’m hooked now so let me know what your suggestions are in the comments down below!



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I was sent these products complimentary for review and compensated for my time to write this review. All thoughts and opinions are 100% my own and not influenced in any way.

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