Rosehip Oil - The only oil you need in your skincare routine


With the abundance of oils out there, it may just sound like any other oil. However, rose hip oil has smoothing and anti-aging effects that are worth the hype.

Rose hip oil is extracted from the seeds of rose bushes and is full of vitamins, antioxidants and essential fatty acids that are miraculous for your face. 

Originally, it was used by the Mayans and Native Americans for its healing properties. And even Victoria’s Secret Model, Miranda Kerr, announced that she uses it regularly. Who are we to not listen to Miranda?

Rose hip oil may not work for everyone, just like any other beauty product. However, it is evidently full of benefits.

 

Replacement for moisturizer:

Rose hip oil can work great as a replacement for moisturizer. It contains nourishing fatty acids that are used in formulating moisturizers along with water.

According to a study, people who used rose hip oil everyday noticed that their skin was less dry. It also contain linoleic acid, it is the an essential component of ceramides, the skins main moisturizing element.

 

Anti-aging benefits:

Rose hip contains anti-inflammatory fatty acids and vitamins A & C. These ingredients are ideal to treat signs of aging and pigmentation. 

The vitamin C protects and repairs UV-damage and helps reduce wrinkles. Furthermore, the Vitamin A like component, carotenoids regulate skin turnover. This leads to a brighter and even skin tone.

 

Brightens skin:

Vitamin C is known to reduce hyper pigmentation and brighten the skin. The astringent properties in it help brighten up your cheeks.

Start adding rose oil in your routine in small quantities after cleansing your skin. Just gently pat it on.

 

Firms skin:

If you’ve noticed that your skin has been sagging lately, it can help regain your skins elasticity.

Use a few drops in the morning and just before bed to help you achieve a glowy younger looking skin.

Moreover on recent study looked at stretch mark removing cream that contained rosehip oil. Results showed that women who used the cream noticed that stretch marks were less likely to develop.

 

Fights Acne

The anti-inflammatory properties of rosehip oil calm redness and reduce cysts.

Furthermore, adding rosehip oil to your routine as a face wash can help get out the impurities. Similar to sugar and sea salt, rosehip seed oil can work as a natural exfoliator when combined with baking soda.

Not only does it fight acne, it fades scars as well. The magical trio; Vitamin A, C and anti-inflammatory give this oil the ability make facial scars and unsightly marks fade.

 

Check out our collection of natural skincare collection here. They contain Rose hip oil and many other incredibly beneficial products.