I love using essential oils on my face. It’s a treatment like no other which brightens, nourishes and feeds the skin nutrients which we can lack. I recommend a treatment like this every week because it’s good for you and what the skin needs.
Rosehip oil has always been a favourite of mine, and there are many different types on the market. Which one is best for you? The truth is, they all are because they do the same thing and they’re suitable for ALL skin types.
The properties they contain and what they do for you are really endless. RosehipPlus Rosehip oil is one of a kind because it’s Australian Certified Organic and PETA approved.
What Does it Do?
• Reduce the appearance of stretch marks
• Reduce the appearance of scars
• Maintain skin hydration
• Improve the appearance of dry skin
• Diminish the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
• Promotes skin elasticity and texture
• Repair sun damaged skin
• Reduce the appearance of skin pigmentation
• Repair skin tissue as a result of burns
It comes bottled in the classic drip style applicator which ensures even coverage all over the face. You need just 3-4 drops and this can be used on cleansed or damp skin. You’re not just limited to using this on your face, it can be used all over the body too.
There’s only one ingredient in this and that is 100% rosehip oil – no extras. Just pure oil. It has quite a thick consistency and you can see how it just blends into the skin:
I discovered this also makes a good primer! I used it one day before applying my makeup. I used on drop over my face and my makeup applied really nicely. I also tried this on my hair and it made my curls really quite bouncy! Not just a one use oil – it can be used for many things.
This is available to buy online and it retails at £22.50.
*PR sample. All views are my own.