I first discovered this about ten years ago when I had a rash on the back of my hand - a friend had already bought this oil and gave me some to try. Even though it's not what it's intended for, it really soothed the rash so I bought some for myself.
The bottle has a pump dispenser, which is good because you can get all the oil out of it and when the bottle is nearly empty you can just stand it upside down, then remove the top to get the last drops out. I usually find I get another week's worth like this.
I squirt a pump of oil onto the fingers of one hand and then rub my fingers together to warm the oil before dotting over my face and rubbing in. It sinks in easily and doesn't leave a greasy film. Although it's called a night treatment, I use it during the day as well (I have very dry skin) and it solves my dryness problem. I do still use a moisturiser on top but, considering that I have, at times, had to use three different moisturisers at the same time, I think that's ok.
I always buy it from AD directly - the last time I bought it, I ordered it in the morning and it arrived the following day! The RRP is £38 for 50ml, but that lasts me about six months, so I think it's good value for money.
A night treatment oil containing an array of exotic ingredients. Provides a deep overnight moisturising experience. Improved my skin in the long term. My only concern is the fact that it's a bit messy to use.
Chalked full of essential oils to hydrate the skin while you sleep /