ROSEHIP SEED OIL: Why This Miracle Skincare Product Will Be The Next Coconut Oil

ROSEHIP SEED OIL: Why This Miracle Skincare Product Will Be The Next Coconut Oil
ROSEHIP SEED OIL: Why This Miracle Skincare Product Will Be The Next Coconut Oil
It’s full of many antioxidants and it really works on a cellular level to rejuvenate the skin.

Rosehip Seed Oil: Why is this considered a Miracle Skincare Product?

What is Rose Hip Seed Oil? Why is it great for my skin? Rose hip seed oil also know from its botanical name Rosa Mosqueta. The oil comes from harvested seeds from rose bushes. It has been used for generations by the Egyptians, Mayans, & Native Americans.

Rose hip Seed oil contains many nourishing vitamins, antioxidants, phytochemicals and essential fatty acids in it. Rose hip oil helps to fight fine lines and wrinkles because it contains Vitamin E & C. Because it is an anti-inflammatory it helps to soothe and calm sun damaged skin. Other benefits: Lightens dark circles, age spots, and reduces the appearance of scars.

It’s non-greasy and super light

Unlike heavier oils used on the face, rosehip oil is light and easily absorbs into the skin. Using it as an addition to lotions and creams, as it’s anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant, which helps to decrease environmental damage and soothe the skin. So next time try adding a couple of drops to your favorite moisturizer, sugar scrub, etc.. You won't be disappointed.

It’s been used for generations

Rosehips were a remedy that was used by the ancient Egyptians, Mayans and Native Americans all because of their healing properties.

It’s a natural acne and eczema treatment 
The essential fatty acids found in rosehip seed oil also work wonders for dry scalp and itchiness due to stress and chemicals in shampoo. It’s what the skin needs for hydration and skin sensitivities.

It’s better than Botox (in our opinion)
With skin rejuvenating properties like vitamin C and lycopene, rosehip seed oil is a safer solution to repair the skin’s surface, restore elasticity and protects against sun and pollution stressors that can lead to wrinkles.

Aromatic description: A nutty woody scent.

    How Do I Use Rosehip Oil?

    To help treat skin conditions

    • Apply 2 — 3 drops of  Rosehip Oil directly to the affected area and gently massage until absorbed.
    • Use twice daily or more often if required.
    • Many skin conditions will improve within 2 — 3 weeks.

    As a facial skin oil

    • Gently massage 2 — 3 drops of  Rosehip Oil into slightly damp skin morning and night after cleansing.
    • At night, no other moisturizer is required as rose hip oil allows your skin to repair, rejuvenate and breathe whilst you sleep.

    For babies and young children

    • Use as a nourishing oil to help soothe dry patches of skin, nappy rash and cradle cap.
    • Gently massage 2 — 3 drops twice a day onto baby's slightly damp skin.

    For Hair & Body

    Add a few drops to shampoo or conditioner. May also be added to you favorite moisturizer. Can be added to a carrier oil like jojoba, sweet almond, or olive oil.

    Ingredients: 100% Pure Rosehip Seed Oil.

    0.5 fl. oz.

    WARNING: Test small patch of skin to make sure irritation does not occur. External use only. If irritation occurs, discontinue use. Avoid contact with eyes. Keep out of reach children. This product has not been evaluated by the FDA and is not intended to diagnose, cure or prevent any disease. It is paraben, gluten and dye free. No animal testing.

    Disclaimer: The information contained on this site is general in nature and for informational purposes. It is not meant to substitute for the advice provided by your own physician or other medical professional. None of the statements on this site are a recommendation as to how to treat any particular disease or health-related condition. If you suspect you have a disease or health-related condition of any kind, you should contact your health care professional immediately. Please read all product packaging carefully and consult with a healthcare professional before starting any diet, exercise, supplementation or medication program. Cosmetic products have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease.

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