How to use rosehip seed oil to combat the physical signs of aging
Rosehip seed oil is gaining a lot of popularity lately in the skin care world, and it is often referred to as “a miracle oil” or “a natural alternative to Botox”. While those descriptions are probably a bit of a stretch, I do have to say that it is pretty amazing stuff.
I’m hopefully going to address any questions you might have about using it here today, but if there is anything that I am missing, please feel free to ask!
Who should use it?
Anyone with dry skin or skin that is starting to line or wrinkle would probably benefit from using this oil.
Who should probably not use it?
Rosehip seed oil isn’t recommended for those with oily skin or anyone who suffers from acne.
What makes it so wonderful?
This oil is loaded with essential fatty acids and is excellent when it comes to hydrating the skin, fading scars, and diminishing lines and wrinkles. I also feel as though it has evened out my skin tone, and it gives my skin a healthy glow (in combination with other great products and a healthy lifestyle, of course).
How should it be applied?
I apply a small amount (about 3-4 drops) twice daily to clean skin. Because rosehip seed oil is a dry oil, it absorbs into the skin very quickly, so you won’t have to wait around in the morning for it to dry before you can apply your makeup. It also won’t make your skin look greasy. This is usually the first step in my morning and nighttime skin care regimes after I have washed my face, removed any traces of makeup, and used my ACV toner.
When can you expect to see results?
You will probably notice a pretty immediate difference in the hydration of your skin, but to see any significant results, you will have to stick with this routine for at least 6 weeks. So, if you don’t get the results that you’re after right away, don’t give up!
Where can you buy it?
If you have any experience using rosehip seed oil, I’d love to hear it.
Have a great day!