Anti-Aging, moisturizing, brightening, acne

Benefits

Rosehip seed oil is not the same as rose oil, which is extracted from rose petals. Rosehip seed oil is made from the seeds of the rose bush, and it’s loaded with nutrients, antioxidants and essential fatty acids.

Not only is it a great natural alternative for moisturizing, it also hydrates as well as locking in your skins own natural hydration. The fatty acids in this oil, keeps the cells walls strong that it doesn’t lose much water. It’s also a great remedy for dry, itchy skin.

Packed with Vitamins and essential fatty acids, this oil also works well to reduce wrinkles, fine lines and fading scars. It firms and brightens skin as well among other benefits.

I love this oil! It gives my skin a nice dewy glow, even when I use it with my foundation.

How to use

Apply a few drops to cleansed face. Works best if applied on damp/moist skin, such as following a bath. Can be used twice daily, morning and evening. You can also add a few drops to your favorite moisturizer, or carrier oil.

Recipes

Exfoliating and cleansing: Add one tbsp water, a few drops of rosehip oil, and quarter tsp baking soda, mix well and massage onto wet face. Wash and moisturize. Avoid using on acne prone skin or open wounds.

Add a few drops to your face wash

Soothing, Balanced skin recipe

What you need: 1 small/medium amber dropper bottle , jojoba oil, rosehip oil, optional. Essential oil.

I use a 30ml or 1 oz bottles. Fill the bottle to ¾ with jojoba oil, add ¼ rosehip oil. Mix well. Apply to cleansed moist skin.

Optional: you can add a few drops essential oil of choice.

Great tip: Mix a few drops with your foundation, gives your skin a nice glow.

*As with any oils, please do patch test first before use. Avoid if you have any allergies.