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4 best Rosehip Oil Uses



Rosehip oil is an essential oil but it can be used without mixing in a carrier oil. It can also name as Rosehip seed oil. It has provitamins and essential fatty acids (omega3, omega6 and omega9). It has healing properties and can be used in treating scars and dry damaged skin. Rosehip oil is often recommended for aromatherapy.


Rosehip Oil For Skin:

Rosehip oil is good for skin health. It's used in many cosmetics and skincare products. It contains essential fatty acids and antioxidants that treat dry skin, scars, stretch marks and fine lines. Vitamin A with essential fatty acids in rosehip oil helps in improving skin tone and pigmentation. Rosehip oil works as an astringent which makes skin bright and restore its tightness. It's best for hyperpigmentation especially if it's caused by acne scars. Rosehip oil also helps in lightening skin by the time. It nourishes and hydrates the skin. If you have face blemishes then you must try it. It works great on acne and can be used for face acne treatment. Regular use of rosehip oil makes skin look young and rejuvenate. It can be used as a natural moisturiser and remove dark circle under eyes. Often, vitamin E is added to rosehip oil which protects the skin from the harmful rays of sunlight. In sunny days, if you want to go out then first use rosehip oil and the apply suncream.

Rosehip Oil Lipgloss: 

Rosehip oil protects lip from discolouration and sun damage. It is used in many lipglosses. Rosehip oil lipgloss is getting popular because of its best results. It nourishes cracked lips and makes them instantly smooth, shiny and soft. Trilogy rosehip oil lip gloss has good reviews and it's used by many people for a lip treatment. You can see a good difference when using it on regular basis.

Rosehip Oil For Hair:

Rosehip oil is a non-greasy oil and absorbs well in the scalp's skin. It restores scalp cells by nourishing it. It's the essential fatty acid that moisturises dry damage scalp's skin and hair follicles. Healthy scalp tissues and hair follicles encourage good hair growth. It gives hair natural shine, makes it soft and bouncy. It hydrates both scalp tissues and hair. It's used in many shampoos, conditioners and can be used as a natural conditioner. Rosehip oil treats dandruff, hair loss, dry damaged hair, thinning hair and frizz. You can also use it as a serum after hair wash. Beta-carotene in oil makes hair strong and healthy. It contains antioxidants that deterred the growth of grey hair.




Rosehip Oil for Pregnancy Stretch Marks:

In pregnancy, there are several changes occur in women body. As the baby grows and stretches the belly, it gives stretch marks on the belly, especially at the lower abdomen. These stretch marks and skin patches aren't genetic, it can happen to any. Rosehip oil contains fatty acids that help in rejuvenating skin. It recovers skin's damages and pushes the growth of new skin's cells. Mostly rosehip oil is safe to use during and after pregnancy but check all details before using it or ask a doctor if you aren't sure. Rosehip oil has Anti-sclerotic properties and it recovers the elasticity of the skin. Regular use of oil fades patches and marks on the skin. You can simply be amazed by the knowledge that Kate Middleton also uses rosehip oil and it's in her daily routine. You can check this detail here.
According to clinical studies Trilogy rosehip oil reduces stretch marks up to 43% and scars by 41%. If you want more confirmation then read this post from mirror.co.uk.
Trilogy rosehip oil is becoming famous for its good results on the skin, hair and nails. There are different products of Trilogy on rosehip oil. You can see or check these products according to your requirement here.
At Holland and Barrett 20 ml rosehip oil is of £19.99

How To Apply Rosehip Oil:

Rosehip oil application is very simple. In Face skin, first, wash face with a face wash that suits you then apply 2 or 3 drops of rosehip oil and massage gently in circular motion. As rosehip oil is quite absorbing, it'll easy absorb on your face skin without making it greasy or oily. For hair, massage few drops of oil on your scalp then apply from root to tip of your hair. It can be used before or after hair wash. You can use it as a massaging oil or serum on your hair.

So briefly...

Rosehip oil is in one of the best oils for skin, hair and nails. It's good for treating face blemishes, dry skin, stretch marks, aging, nails, hair growth and hair dullness. You can see a good difference just after a few applications.


Comments

  1. Hi,
    I'm sorry the author bio is not presented, so I wouldn't know who to attribute the credit. Your article is great. In fact, I actually came on to your site after reading your comment on Sue Anne Dunlevie's site, successfulblogging. I have heard much about this oil but have not really paid attention to it. With all it benefits as your described here, its a must have.
    Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Hi,
      I am the author of this post. Thank you so much Moss for your appreciation. Yeah, it's a very good oil. I even myself use it on daily basis.

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