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Its a dry oil meaning very light non greasy oil, gets absorbed by skin quickly.
It worked as a miracle oil for Victoria's Secret Angel Miranda Kerr :-)
What is Rose hip seed oil ?
Rose hip seed oil is extracted from the seeds of a wild rose bush (Rosa moschata or Rosa rubiginosa). It is pressed oil which contains high amounts of beta carotene (Provitamin A), Vitamin C , antioxidants and essential fatty acids like omega-6.
Its is mainly for treating skin problems like eczema, acne, scars and dry mature skin.
Its also used as a good moisturizer for brittle nails ans sun burnt skin.
(Note: Please use your own discretion and do a patch test while following any advises because everyone's skin if different)
What are its benefits ?
Has 2 in 1 effect: Anti ageing + Brightening
Corrects dark spots
Treats sun burn
Treats dry and itchy scalp
Heals brittle nails
Full of antioxidants
Relieves skin eczema condition and heals acne
Keeps the skin healthy and radiant
Reduces wrinkles and treats dry mature skin
Evens skin tone
Make sure that your Rose hip seed oil is certified organic and 100% pure.
How to use it ?
Rose hip seed oil can be used on its own (2 drops on palm and massage on skin once a day).
You can mix it with some carrier oils (Mix 2-3 drops of Rose hip seed oil in 1 teaspoon of carrier oil)
Sweet Almond Oil
Any caution ?
Its shelf life is usually 2 years . Do check the manufacturing date. Store it in a cool dry and safe place.
It may irritate skin if used in high concentration.
Check for any allergies to it by doing a patch test on small area of skin and look for any reactions.
Stop using it if skin shows any reaction/irritation/redness/swelling/itching.
Please consult your doctor for its usage if your you are pregnant, nursing mother or undergoing any medical treatment
Wake up with glowing skin by using this as night treatment !
If you have any questions please feel free to ask. I love knowing your thoughts.
Have you tried using natural Rose hip seed for your skin? Did you benefit from it?