Rosehip oil is one of nature's best antioxidising skin heroes. Here are just a few reasons to start using it, ASAP.
Rosehip oil was the wunderkind of the skincare world a few years back. Everyone was using it, and everyone loved it. It was an affordable "miracle" skincare product. But then we all fell in love with acids, the new wonder products. The only issue was, retinol, glycolic, lactic acids etc were expensive. Enter then, brands like The Ordinary and Inkey List which promised high performance skincare at an affordable price point and... the rest is history.
Die hard fans of Rosehip oil will have continued to use it, we have no doubt. But for those who've let it fall out of their skincare routine. Here are just a few reasons why you need it back, asap.
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Rosehip oil is one of the most nourishing and repairing products we can use for our skin. It has a naturally high vitamin C content which helps to brighten skin tone and give our complexion a beautiful glow.
If you're a fan of retinol, but find that it leaves your skin a little red or flaking Rosehip oil will help to soothe and calm the redness. As well as give your skin much needed hydration for a softer, more youthful appearance.
Thanks to the high vitamin C content, Rosehip oil is perfect for reducing and repairing scarring in skin. This comes in useful during hormonal breakouts and also if you're using products like salicylic acid to combat acne.
Are you a fan of Rosehip oil too?