The New Oil On The Beauty Block

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Whether it’s the countless, miraculous benefits or the fact that beauties such as Kate Middleton and Miranda Kerr swear by applying this lesser-known oil every day – rosehip oil has got our attention and should be on your radar too. Still not convinced? Browse through the magical benefits!

Extremely Moisturizing

Rosehip oil is great for moisturizing as it has nourishing fatty acids. So boost your regular moisturiser with some rosehip oil for extra soft skin. 

Treats Wrinkles

Rosehip oil is packed with natural beauty essentials like vitamins A and C. These ingredients allow rosehip oil to treat signs of aging and pigmentation, hydrate skin, repair damaged skin and provide a strong protective antioxidant boost.

Brightens Skin

The astringent properties in rosehip oil help to tighten your pores and brighten your skin, so adding rosehip oil to your skin care routine is great if your skin needs a glow. Start with a small quantity – a few drops a day will do wonders.

Evens Out Skin Tone

If you’ve been struggling to even out your skin tone, then your solution has arrived because this vitamin-packed oil is magical! Rub it on clean, damp skin both morning and evening.

Firms Skin

If you’ve been noticing some sagging lately, treat it with rosehip oil. The oil can help your skin regain elasticity and will help make your skin look fresh and young without the use of any harsh chemicals.

Fades Scars

The ultimate beauty trio – anti-inflammatory fatty acids and vitamins A and C – make this oil the ideal ingredient for fading scars. Together, they help undo and prevent oxidative damage, and help the skin rebuild collagen. It can even help fade skin hyperpigmentation, minimize the appearance of fine lines as well as stretch marks.

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