Odacite is an awesome, all-natural brand with a brilliant approach to skincare; whilst the range is pretty comprehensive and covers most (if not all) skincare needs, Cult Beauty have focused on the most exciting elements, which are the targeted treatments. There’s one for every kind of skin concern and they’re all designed to fit in to your existing skincare routine, so if you’re happy with your current product line-up, but feel it needs a gentle nudge in a slightly different direction – maybe you need a touch more hydration or have been suffering breakouts or unbalanced skin recently – then Odacite has the product for you!
Cult Beauty stocks a large selection of the Concentrates, alongside the Oleosomes Time Release Delivery Creme, which is kind of like a base cream for the Concentrates – it’s ideally formulated to perform alongside the other products, but it isn’t absolutely essential as you can use the Concentrates with your existing moisturiser, which is one of the things I really love about the range. The Oleosomes Time Release Delivery Creme is light yet hydrating, whilst being gentle enough to use under the eye area, and as it’s created to work alongside the Concentrates, you know it’s going to be free from anything that might work against what you’re trying to achieve with your chosen serums. Having said that, it is quite expensive for what it is (£55) so I would say only invest if you really think you need it; here it is – link.
Now on to the very exciting Concentrates, which are so impressive -you literally have a Concentrate for every skin complaint! To give you an idea, there are several for spot-prone skin types, such as the Grapeseed + Grapefruit for Oily-Acne Prone Skin, the Black Cumin + Cajeput for Pimples or the Jojoba + Lavender for Clogged Pores. There are also serums for Hydration, Elasticity, Glow, Sensitivity, Combination skin and all that’s in between – you will definitely find something for you! The two serums I’ve been trying out are the Peach + Cypress for Combination Skin, which is a lovely, balancing serum that feels light and caring on the skin, and the Black Cumin + Cajeput serum that’s aimed at treating pimples. The latter has a pretty strong scent, but if you like to treat spots gently and without anything harsh, then this is a great option as spots definitely appear less inflamed the following day. Generally speaking, you can just add a couple of drops of the serum to your moisturiser, give it a little mix with your finger and apply, but for a slightly more bespoke approach, you can apply directly – so for example, my cheeks would benefit from balancing so I used a drop of the Peach + Cypress there and on my forehead, then my spotty skin got a drop of the Black Cumin + Cajeput. I then added a couple of drops of each to my moisturiser and used all over my face. I’m so impressed with Odacite and I think it’s a great way to ensure that your ever-changing skin is being given exactly what it needs, as you can set yourself up with a kit of 4 or 5 Concentrates and be able to tackle every kind of seasonal, hormonal or time-based change that impacts your skin. The Odacite Serum Concentrates range in price from £25 to £45 and can be viewed here – link.