Rosehip seed oil is extracted from the wild rose primarily grown in Chile. Although it is an oil, it’s on the dry side. Non greasy, very light and the fact that it absorbs quickly make rosehip seed oil a perfect oil for skin and hair.
Rosehip seed oil is a natural alternative to increase skin’s cell renewal (just like Retin A!!),
rejuvenate and repair skin’s surface.
Still need a reason to try this natural miracle? Rosehip oil is anti inflammatory, full of anti oxidants, essential fatty acids and vitamins. Specifically, it contains vitamins A and C, lycopene,
tocopherols, Oleic Acid (Omega 9), Linoleic Acid (Omega 6) and Linolenic Acid (Omega 3).
I use Rosehip seed oil for fading acne scars and hyper pigmentation, dry scalp, eczema and
under my face cream if I am particularly dry. It’s gentle enough to use around your eyes as well! In addition, Rosehip seed oil is good for UV damage, burns, dry cuticles and hair.
There are a number of serums that have become popular lately, which contain Rosehip seed oil. I have tried Pai’s Rosehip BioRegenerate oil, and undiluted organic Rosehip seed oil.
When looking for oil, make sure to get organic, cold pressed Rosehip oil in a glass bottle. Rosehip seed oil is known to be susceptible to temperature fluctuations, light and oxygen.
Have you tried Rosehip seed oil, or any products containing this miracle? Share in the comments!
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