USP– Removes Wrinkles, Lightens Dark Spots, Nourish Dry Scalp
Skin Type-Dry, Sensitive , Mature Skin
Rosehip oil can go rancid quickly. To help extend its shelf life, store the oil in a cool, dark place. You can also store it in your refrigerator.
How to Use
- Use it as a moisturizer: Rosehip seed oil can be used on the face and neck since it absorbs quickly without leaving an oily residue. Just take 2–3 drops and gently massage into skin. As it absorbs quickly into skin, you can apply the oil directly to the face using gentle, massaging motions or use it in numerous skin care recipes. It works perfectly for DIY lotions and can be mixed with your anti-aging serum recipes too. Note: Perform a patch test 24 hours before using rosehip seed oil to check for allergic reaction.
- Dry skin savior: Apply undiluted rosehip seed oil twice daily to the face and body to treat wrinkles, scars, sun damage, stretch marks, and discoloration. You can use rosehip seed oil as a daily moisturizer for very dry and dehydrated skin.
- Nourishes dry scalp: Rosehip oil is ideal for treating itchy, dry or irritated skin and reducing scalp conditions. Take 2-3 drops on the tips of your fingers and gently massage oil into the head.
- Hair serum for dry and split ends: Apply a pea-sized amount of the oil to the ends of hair and work through for smooth, silky hair.
- Fade scars: Mix 2 ml Rosehip oil with 2 drops lavender essential oil and massage twice a day. You can also take 2 ml rosehip oil with 2 drops of frankincense essential oil and apply twice a day to lighten and face spots, blemishes.
- Multi-use skincare product: Mix 2 drops of rosehip oil with any foundation before applying to get dewy, radiant finish. Dilute it with water or add it in your toner and use it as a refreshing skin spritz. You can also rub it on acne scars, use it as a makeup remover or to hydrate and strengthen brittle nails.