All of Your Rosehip Oil Questions – Answered

 

Wait - What is Rosehip Oil Exactly?

Unlike Rosewater - which is made via steam-distillation of the rose petals, our Organic Rosehip Oil is produced by cold-pressing the seeds of rose bushes. Both still have that irresistible rose scent and work wonders – just in different ways. 

 What Will Rosehip Oil Do for My Skin?  

Full of natural skin-loving antioxidants like vitamins A and C, and essential fatty acids, Rosehip Oil is great for all skin types. We love referring to it as the powerhouse of face oils because of its glow and moisture boosting benefits:

 It Moisturizes and Repairs 

Hydration is a major key for soft, supple skin. Full of essential fatty acids, Rosehip oil helps keep cell walls strong so that they don’t lose water, and so they’re better equipped to keep blemish causing bacteria out. These same fatty acids also help the oil travel deep into pores and provide long-lasting moisture. Since our oil comes with a little dropper, you can easily lift and place a drop, or two, or three, onto the skin and massage in.

 It Helps Brighten the Look of Dark Spots

Marks left over from blemishes are frustrating, we know. Like excess oiliness and dryness, pesky breakouts are often the result of an oil imbalance in the skin. By supporting a healthy moisture barrier, rosehip oil helps keep oiliness in check, so skin stays hydrated, balanced, and clear. We love having it on-hand during a breakout because its skin calming properties help soothe irritation and redness, and combat post-blemish scarring to help promote an even-toned complexion.

It Combats Signs of Skin Aging

Collagen is a key player in maintaining skin’s elasticity, firmness, and youthful appearance. As we age, the body produces less collagen which in turn makes fine lines and wrinkles more prominent. Rosehip oil is a natural source of vitamin A and C, both of which both help support collagen in the skin and give skin a rejuvenated glow and diminish the look of fine lines.

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