Free Shipping over $50
Free Shipping over $50
Cart 0

Rosehip Seed Oil - The Dry Oil That Quenches Your Skin's Thirst

Spots, wrinkles, discoloration… Not on our watch!  Erase the signs of time with one of Mother Nature’s best kept secrets… Rosehip seed oil!  This oil is truly an impressive natural product with fascinating rejuvenating properties.  It’s definitely a God-send to our list of natural and effective ingredients.


What is Rosehip oil?

It’s an oil that’s extracted from the fruit left once the rose has bloomed and lost its petals.  We put this oil in our products because of the following benefits:

  • It’s an excellent source of beta-carotene and lycopene, which protects your skin and improves texture.
  • It aids in the regeneration of damaged skin due to its high content of Omega 3 and Omega 6.
  • It’s a natural source of vitamin C; this helps restore skin tone and brightens the skin.  
  • It’s also a natural source of vitamin E, an effective anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant.  

Rosehip seed oil is an amazing skin conditioner.  It is very effective in fighting the signs of aging as well as minimizing photo-damage.  Because of its high content of essential fatty acids it’s the perfect oil for hydrating.  Rose hip seed oil is also considered a natural healer for several skin conditions: Stretch marks, age spots, burns, scar, and hyperpigmentation.  Its astringent and skin nourishing properties help expedite healing and hydrate skin.  It gives you a beautiful, healthy, natural glow while also smoothing fine lines, wrinkles and evening out your skin tone. Thus making your skin smooth, glowy and delicious looking!  Now, who doesn’t want a piece of that?

In a nut shell, this oil’s rejuvenating properties will have your skin in a continuous state of flawlessness!  It’s safe, natural and effective at restoring elasticity, tone and brightness.  Thank goodness Mother Nature spilled the beans on this little secret!

Older Post

Leave a comment

Please note, comments must be approved before they are published