MUN No.7 Ayour Body Toning Serum – Updated

Updated 16.11.16*


Describe the brand in three words.

New to me!

Who is it for?

Anyone.

What’s in it?

Olea Europaea (Olive) Fruit Oil, Cucumis Sativus (Cucumber) Seed Oil, Rosa Moschata (Rosehip) Seed Oil, Opuntia Ficus Indica (Prickly Pear) Seed Oil, Tocopherol (Vitamin E), Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Oil, Boswellia Carterii (Frankincense) Oil, Origanum Majorana (Marjoram) Oil, Citrus Aurantium (Neroli) Oil

What’s not in it?

‘nasties’, anything GMO

Possibly acne/allergy/troubling for some ingredients?

Essential oils


Suitable for pregnancy?

Yes


Natural? Organic? Man made? Vegan?

Organic, vegan, wild-harvested, non-GMO


Tested on animals in home country/EU/sold in territories that require testing?

No/No/No

Newly repackaged and rebranded! Nov 2016

How does it smell?
It smells beautiful, a mixture of earthy, green and floral, not too ‘spa’.


How do you use it?
I apply after showering, and tend to use it all over my upper half, I use el cheapo L’Oreal on my legs.
A couple of pumps is enough for décolleté, shoulders, arms, boobage and midriff.


Best for winter or summer?
Either, although I’ve only embraced it as the weather got colder.


How long did I test it for?
I’ve had it for around a month and used it almost every day since I got it. I suspect you’d only want to use something like this in hot weather if you suffered from really dry skin.


How much is it? /Size/Approximate cost per usage?
$75.00 for 100ml

What’s the website like?

It’s fine. Good info and ingredients listed.


How’s the distribution? Available freely or limited?

It looks like extremely limited distribution. Sort that out retailer friends.


What’s good about it?

Everything. Until the last few months, and outside of pregnancy, I have hated the feel of oil on my skin. I always used body lotions and creams. When I was pregnant I covered my bump in oil (Clarins Tonic) and used cream everywhere else.

I had the idea of using oils across my décolleté/shoulders and down my arms after I found myself trying to spread my face serums that bit further in my morning routine. I got out all the good body oils I had in my stash and safe to say I am now obsessed. Body oils, like facial oils and serums have moved on so much since the greasy days of old. A lot of them are the same texture as their face counterparts and almost dry in texture.

This was given to me in NY recently and does not disappoint. Absorbs so quickly, and surprised me by keeping my skin comfortable all day. Not greasy in the slightest, the faint smell dissipates gently and I swear some of my drier patches on my arms have cleared up. Skin still feels soft at the end of the day. 

I find myself reaching for this on an almost daily basis, only switching it out to play with other body oils. I’m having a moment, clearly.


What’s not so good about it?

It looks like it may be hard to find, which I was unaware of when I decided to blog it. Sorry!


Would I purchase/repurchase?

Yes, if it can be found.


Do you need it?

Only if body oils and ‘green’ are your thing. If they are, then this is spectacular. If you would not spend this much outside of your face, then no.


Similar products?

May Lindstrom The Good Stuff
De Mamiel Revitalising Body Serum

MUN No.7 Ayour Body Toning Serum is $74.00 and available from munskincare.com. They also list their international stockists here: munskin.com – I would say if you find it online and the retailer is not listed here, don’t buy it. Support brands, avoid the grey market.

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