Review: L’Erbolario Narciso Sublime smoothing body oil


Nothing says spring more than daffodils. The lovely Narciso Sublime smoothing oil’s fragrance from L’Erbolario takes you immediate to the season, even if it’s still a bit chilly out there.

Oils are my new(ish) found obsession – hair, face, body, eye… love them all.

This fantastic oil from Italian beauty brand L’Erbolario delivers in every way: its consistency is perfect for post-shower or bath; it is super light and non-greasy, spreading extremely well and absorbing even better.


The spray pump makes application much easier and more effective – no product is wasted.

Skin feel luxurious after use – silky smooth and smelling fabulous; no wonder some fragrances do have daffodil notes.


This oil is designed to keep skin supple, firm and fresh and does just that. What a lovely treat!

It contains daffodil flowers soluble extract, sweet almond, rice bran and olive oils and vitamin E acetate. It is made in Italy and not tested on animals. L’Erbolario is a responsible company: they have the environmental ISO 14001certificate, its packaging is managed in a responsible way and the company uses zero impact energy.

The L’Erbolario Narciso Sublime body oil costs £19 for 100ml and can be purchased from the L’Erbolario store in London, at 106A Upper Street, N1 or on the website.

It is part of a lovely range with, amongst others, bubble bath, fragrance, body cream, body butter and scented candle, all with the sweet perfume of daffodils (narcisus).


This post contains PR samples. This review, however, is based on my experience with the product and reflects my honest opinion on them.

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