Organic Rosehip Seed Oil
Cold pressed – Natural – Unrefined
About Rosehip Seed oil – Rosa Canina Organic Oil.
Organic Rosehip seed oil is a dry oil, therefore it absorbs quickly into your skin. It is orange/red in colour. A Non-comedogenic oil, with a score of 1, which will help keep dry skin supple and oily skin acne-free.
What is Organic Rosehip seed oil used for?
Acne and acne scarring, wrinkles and fine lines, hyperpigmentation also psoriasis, rosacea, eczema, dermatitis, stretch marks and dry skin. It May help reduce inflammation, help even out skin tone, improve collagen production, hydrate, moisturise, exfoliate and brighten skin.
What makes Rosehip Oil Special?
This Oil is Packed with the following:
Betacarotene (which converts to Vitamin A, retinol) Boosting skins natural healing process, this can improve skin tone and texture as well as preventing free radical damage and reducing hyperpigmentation.
Vitamin C, may improve collagen production and help reduce damage caused by sun exposure.
Vitamin E, is a powerful anti inflammatory, which can calm and nourish sensitive and dry skin.
Essential fatty acids, omega 3, 6 (Linoleic acid) and 9 (Oleic Acid), These are a must when it comes to repairing and regenerating damaged skin.
Rosehip oil is a multitasker, suitable for and beneficial to dry, oily, normal, sensitive and combination skin.
Guidance on how to apply Rosehip seed Oil.
To use Rosehip Seed oil for your face simply drop 2-3 drops onto the palm of your hand and dab over your face and decolletage. Massage gentle with upward and outward strokes. Can be used on its own or added to another carrier oil or moisturiser.
Applying oil to other larger areas of the body for example legs, drop the oil directly from the pipette massaging in a circular motion.
When applying to hair massage into scalp a few drops 30 minutes prior to washing out.
As a hand treatment, apply one drop twice a day and allow to absorb.
Do not replace prescribed drugs or medicines with any oil. If you are receiving treatment for a skin, hair or nail condition, discuss with your gp/dermatologist prior to use.
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