Uses For Rosehip Oil

August 26, 2020

Uses For Rosehip OIl

A perfectly formed and pristinely petaled rose has the ability to captivate all of our senses, so it’s no surprise that the rosehip oil harvested from rose bush seeds could help you unlock the natural beauty in your skin. Rosehip oil is naturally full of vitamins, antioxidants and essential fatty acids which can boost your skincare game in a number of ways.

1 – Maintain Your Skin’s Natural Beauty


Rosehip oil is able to intensely and instantly moisturise your skin with its fatty acids. The linoleic acid in rosehip oil is not only able to achieve high levels of hydration but also helps lock in moisture. Use rosehip oil morning and night in place of your regular moisturiser to see results. The natural product easily absorbed into your skin without leaving an oily residue.

Rosehip oil’s astringency will also help to tighten your pores and brighten your skin, leading to an overall smoother complexion. For an extra brightening boost, add rosehip oil to baking soda for a natural exfoliant.

We also know how important it is to properly remove makeup at night to allow the skin to rest and rejuvenate. Rosehip oil is a gentle and natural makeup remover which leaves your skin moisturised ready for bed.

Rosehip Oil

2 – Rosehip Oil Naturally Repairs Your Skin


The anti-inflammatory fatty acids and vitamins A and C naturally help rosehip oil to treat signs of ageing such as pigmentation, dehydration and wrinkles. Lightening the dark spots caused by sun damage on your face, hands, arms and décolletage will have a noticeable effect on your overall skin tone. Not only can rosehip oil undo the oxidative damage on your skin, but it can also help prevent and protect you from further damage by rebuilding collagen.

If you have red blotches, scars or stretch marks rosehip oil can be applied to even skin tone and pigmentation.

Rosehip Oil

3 – Dermatological Skin Conditions


If you suffer from inflammatory skin conditions such as rosacea, psoriasis, eczema or dermatitis, the polyphenols and anthocyanin in rosehip oil can help calm the effects of these. Where your skin is red, itchy or flaking, rosehip oil can bring natural relief. The anti-microbial properties of rosehip oil make it ideal for naturally and gently treating acne.

 


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