Organic Rosehip Seed Oil
Organic Rosehip Seed Oil
Organic Rosehip Seed Oil
Organic Rosehip Seed Oil
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Organic Rosehip Seed Oil

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30ml (1oz)

certified organic facial moisturizer

Preservative-free, cold processed, virgin and certified organic.  High in essential fatty acids, vitamin E, beta carotene and powerful anti-aging and anti-oxidant lycopene, rosehip seed oil’s potent natural actives make it highly effective for dry, dehydrated and aging skin. Fast absorbing it improves skin elasticity and supports cell regeneration.


INGREDIENTS:

Rosa Canina* (rosehip) seed oil

*certified organic

HOW TO USE:

Use alone or in conjunction with our anti-oxidant face creme for an added boost of moisture and nutrients.

Apply 2-3 drops to palm of hand. Use fingers to massage into cleansed face, neck and or body morning and night.

LEXICON:

Rosehip Seed Oil: dry oil, soaks into skin easily; high in essential fatty acids; high in anti-oxidants; good for scars, wrinkles and pre-mature ageing; hydrating, good for dry skin; healing to damaged skin; balance oils of the skin

ASK THE HERBALIST:

Q.
Can I use this alone as a moisturizer? Will it feel oily on my skin or cause breakouts?

A.
Yes you can use rosehip seed alone or combined with our anti-oxidant facial moisturizer. Unlike heavier oils that are commonly used on the face, rosehip seed oil absorbs easily. It is described as a dry oil, and does not leave an oily residue.
Rosehip seed oil helps to balance and tone the skin. Individuals prone to oily skin and breakouts will find that rosehip seed oil will work to balance overactive sebaceous glands, preventing breakouts.

Q.
What is cold processed?

A.
Cold processing is a method of mechanical extraction where heat is reduced and minimized throughout the batching of the raw material. This helps the oil maintain its original state, constituents, and depth. Cold processed is best as it hasn’t been altered by heat and retains more nutrients.