Rose hip oil contains 3 key ingredients – fatty acids, vitamin A and antioxidants. These 3 ingredients work together to in turn help…
- potentially fade the appearance of burns /scars /wrinkles / stretch marks
- with sun damage
- Improve overall texture of the skin
- treat for dry skin
- prevent crows feet and fine lines (A good natural eye serum)
Please note that the earlier photograph was taken when the sun was not as bright and hence my skin tone looks a lot darker than the after photograph. It didn’t whiten my skin or anything, just the lighting! However, the rose hip oil does help even out skin tone and help prevent our skin from looking dull.
My dry spots were almost instantly quenched and the flaking of my skin around my nose started to subside completely after a day or two! I continued using the raw rose hip oil in replacement of an “essence” right after my toner and before moisturising both day and night. I enjoy taking the product and distributing them onto my palms and pressing it onto the dry areas of my skin.
Weeks passed and I was well impressed with the outcome. I feel as though my skin’s texture isn’t as dull and that I’ve not had to worry about my skin flaking through the dry weather. Sam also started to notice a difference in one of the photographs in my Sephora lipstick review which was posted a week into my new skin care routine. What’s another plus to Rosehip oil is that is absorbs incredibly quickly and doesn’t leaving your skin feeling heavy/ oily / shiny.
There are so many different types of oils out there in the market – maracuja oil , argan oil, grape seed oil etc, it all comes down to knowing what your skin really needs. I hope this is given you guys a little more insight to the benefits of Rose hip oil so the next time you spot any of the ingredients listed, you’ll know the wonders it does for your skin 🙂 If you have a favourite oil that you enjoy using, let us know in the comments!