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Curiously trying to find a solution to the stubborn scars and wound healing? This oil can be your savior. Other than its skin-nourishing properties, it is full of antiviral, antibacterial and anti-fungal properties. It is also used as a carrier oil in amalgamation with essential oils as those cannot be used for direct topical application.
Characteristics: Rosehip Oil is extracted from the seeds and fruit of the rose plant through a process called cold pressure. Its fragrance holds quite a surprising element for the first-time users as unlike the fragrance of rose petals, it’s quite woody and nice.
Uses: Nobody wants to have dull/dry skin and for the same reason this oil finds plenty of uses in aromatherapy. Rosehip oil provides multiple benefits to facial skin. It helps in skin exfoliation thereby boosting collagen formation. It is also an excellent anti-inflammatory agent that helps reduce inflammation as it has a rich presence of polyphenols and anthocyanin. It may also calm skin irritation caused due to various skin disorders like rosacea, psoriasis, and eczema.
How to use: It can be applied on damp skin in the morning and during the night for radiant skin. It can also be used by mixing a few drops with your foundation for a vibrant look. It can delight you with a party look and give you the perfect flawless party look. For Aromatherapy, two spoons of this carrier oil should be mixed with a few drops of essential oil.
Caution: The right quantity of carrier oil and essential oil should be ensured to avoid any irritation/ allergic reactions.
Size: 60 mL