Rosehip oil is rich in Vitamin A, or retinol, encourages cell turnover, leaving you with bright and youthful skin. It is minorly astringent and is best used with oily and acne prone skin. We apply a drop of oil directly to blemishes and watch it dry up the redness and dissapear the problem areas.
Rosehip oil is said to help with cracked skin and dry brittle hair as well. This has caused us to use this oil for cuticles in a pinch, while it is a lighter oil, it does do the trick. Split ends are no match for Rosehip oil, as it yearns to repair and mend your locks. Apply to damp or wet hair at the ends working upwards.
Apply oils to damp or wet skin for easiest absorption. We recommend smoothing a few drops to a pea sized amount onto freshly cleansed and toned skin.