Rosehip oil has antiviral, antibacterial and antifungal properties. It is also loaded with skin nourishing vitamins and essential fatty acids such as linoleic that hydrates the skin to make it soft and supple. It is high in Vitamin A (Retinol) which encourages skin cell turnover. The vitamin C also helps with cell regeneration. Itpromotes skin elasticity and firmness. It is also rich in polyphenols and anthocyanin which help reduce inflammation. It reduces hyperpigmentation and other visible signs of aging with regular use. Rosehip oil is rich in essential fatty acids andantioxidants, which are integral for tissue and cell regeneration in the skin.
Fatty acids, lycopene and vitamin C in rosehip oil strengthens hair and promotes overall growth. It hydrates, softens and shines the hair. It is high in antioxidants that help fight environmental damage to hair.
More about Rosehip Oil
Unlike rose oil, which is extracted from rose petals, rosehip oil is pressed from the fruit and seeds of the rose plant.
Rosehip oil is loaded with skin-nourishing vitamins and essential fatty acids including linoleic and linolenic acid. It also contains phenols that have been shown to have antiviral, antibacterial, and antifungal properties.
It is very hydrating because the fatty acids present help to keep cell walls strong so that they don’t lose water. The skin also easily absorbs the oil, allowing its antioxidants to travel deep into the skin’s layers.
Rosehip oil is a natural exfoliant that can help reduce dullness and leave you with glowing, vibrant skin. That’s because it is high in vitamins A and C. Vitamin A, or retinol, encourages skin cell turnover. They are known for their ability to reduce hyperpigmentation and other visible signs of aging with regular use. Vitamin C also aids in cell regeneration, boosting overall radiance.
Rosehip oil boost collagen production which is the building block of skin. It’s essential for skin elasticity and firmness. Your body naturally makes less collagen as you age.
Rosehip oil is rich in essential fatty acids and antioxidants, which are integral for tissue and cell regeneration in the skin. It helps reduce scars and fine lines. It’s no wonder that the oil has long been used as a folk remedy for wound healing.
Rosehip oil also contains both lycopene and beta carotene. These ingredients are said to have skin-lightening properties, making them staple ingredients for treating hyperpigmentation.
Always do a spot test with new products: Test on a part of your skin that’s less visible, like your wrist or ankle, before applying grapeseed oil to your face. Wait 24 hours after the spot test to make sure you have no reaction to the oil and that your skin can tolerate it.
100% Pure, Unrefined, Cold-pressed, Grade A Rosehip oil
No additives, No preservatives, No chemicals.
3.4 oz in a luxury glass bottle
HOW TO USE
Don't use too much. Because oils contain concentrated amounts of nutrients and spreads very easily, only one to three drops are needed to get the job done.
There are several ways you can use your rosehip oil. You can apply it directly to your skin, your hair, or even add it to your products. To apply on skin, you can use it by itself as a moisturizer or after your face cream to seal in moisture. For hair, you can apply a few drops unto your scalp and massage it. Get creative and use it your way.
Do a patch test prior to using.