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Rosehip Seed Oil

 

 

 

Hola Beauties! 

I want to share my newest obsession with you. It’s Rosehip seed oil (rosa mosqueta).  I came across rosehip seed oil a while back when I was making a toner that called for it as an ingredient.  The recipe only called for a couple drops and so the oil just sat in my bathroom cabinet.  I decided to look up the benefits and see what other uses. Rosehip seed oil is something amazing.  

Origin: Chile

Rosehip Seed Oil: This unique oil is extremely high in essential fatty acids and has carried much respect amongst professional journals and organizations as being a great agent in the fight against dry, weathered, and dehydrated skin. It works wonders on scars and is the predominant oil used for treating wrinkles and premature aging. Can be used in all fine skin care recipes. Because of its delicate nature and the cold pressed method of extraction, it should be kept refrigerated, and it should also be noted that rosehip seed oil is often more susceptible than other vegetable oils, especially in regards to fluctuations in temperature, oxygen, and light. It is a wonderful hydrator, and penetrates dry or damaged skin immediately. This oil may be used straight from the bottle as a moisturizer, or can be incorporated into a cream, lotion, facial oil, or massage oil. Because it is so gentle, rosehip seed oil may be used undiluted on the skin. Rosehip seed oil is a safe, inexpensive, effective, and non-invasive product for preventing and healing damaged skin.

 

Where to buy it: http://www.amazon.com local Health food store, Trader Joe’s, Whole Foods.

 

Rosehip Seed Oil Helps To:

  • soothe dry skin
  • even out skin tone
  • brighten dull skin
  • lighten age spots
  • prevent & minimize wrinkles
  • nurish & hydrate brittle nails
  • reverse sun damage
  • lighten burn scars
  • prevent & reduce hyper pigmentation ( is the darkening of an area of skin or nails caused by increased melanin)
  • hydrate & repair dry/damaged hair
  • alleviate itchy scalp
  • eczema

How I Use Rosehip: 

I add Rosehip in with my hair & Body oil link: https://happykinksforever.wordpress.com/2014/07/29/diy-natural-thermal-protector-for-hair/

 

I shall post pics of my hair when I take it down! 🙂 

Peace!

 

 

 

 

 

7 Comments

  1. Would love to but am highly allergic to Rose Hip, just touching anything with it makes me sick to my stomach for days, and every time it is worse! But am happy it works for you girl!
    Smiles!!!

  2. Nice! I just purchased for my shea butter mix for my hair. I didn’t even think to use on my face or my body. Great article! Thanks a bunch 🙂

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