9 Fascinating Rosehip Oil Benefits and Uses

 

Welcome back Beauties! Whether you’re looking for an organic solution for damaged hair or a natural skin toner, our Rosehip Oil does it all! This carrier oil, which means it can be applied independently, can help improve the appearance of wrinkles, stretch marks, and even burns! Some other benefits of these essential fatty acids may include skin cell repair, regeneration, and skin hydration. Imagine looking 10 years younger! If you're not sure how, keep reading…

 


1. Rosehip Oil Benefits For Hair

If you suffer from dandruff like me, try our Radha Rosehip Oil, which is ideal for calming itchy, dry or irritated skin and reducing scalp conditions. Radha Rosehip oil is an excellent source of essential fatty acids that aid in repair and renewal of damaged hair follicles. It is well absorbed by scalp skin, helping to keep it moisturized and soft.

How to use:

  • Apply 2-3 drops on the tips of your fingers
  • Gently massage oil into head

    2. Rosehip Oil For Skin Lightening

    Rosehip oil, over time, helps reduce and lighten scars or other skin blemishes. It’s astringent properties help tighten your pores and brighten your skin. So, if you are looking to remove dark spots, banish under-eye circles or even out your skin tone for a younger, youthful and supple look, ladies try this!

    How to use:

    • Gently and evenly spread 2-3 drops to skin area; combine with a pump of fractionated coconut oil to maximize absorbency
    • Massage gently until fully absorbed

      3. Rosehip Oil For Acne

      For me, every month when mother nature comes to visit, so does acne. No worries! Rosehip oil will help to prevent infection and reduce over-stimulation of the sebaceous glands. Rich in vitamins and nourishing agents that your skin craves for, such vitamins A, C and E, Radha Rosehip oil will help to repair acne prone skin.

      How to use:

      • Apply 2-3 drops to the palms of your hands
      • Massage gently directly to face until fully absorbed


        4. Rosehip Oil For Moisturizing

        Radha Rosehip oil is the perfect natural alternative for moisturizing. Its fatty acids and vitamins, along with water, are a great combination and are the main ingredients in most over the counter moisturizers.

        How to use:

        • Apply as much as you desire
        • Massage into your skin

          5. Rosehip Oil For Treating Wrinkles

          Radha Rosehip oil is packed with anti-inflammatory fatty acids, vitamins A, & C that treat signs of aging. Although I do not have wrinkles… yet, I do use it as a preventative measure. It will hydrate, and repair damaged skin while providing a strong protective anti-oxidant boost for your skin.

          How to use:

          • Apply one to two drops of Radha Rosehip Oil to your fingertips.
          • Gently dab the oils to problematic areas.

            6. Rosehip Oil For Evening Out Skin Tone

            If you’ve been struggling to even out your skin tone or have red blotches you’ve been desperate to fade like myself, this oil is the perfect remedy. So, put down that lemon juice, and apply this natural oil after cleansing your skin. It’s amazing for sensitive skin as well!

            How to use:

            • Rub it on clean, damp skin both mornings and evenings.



              7. Rosehip Oil For Firming Skin

              Maybe you’ve been impacted by gravity more than others and beauty store products just aren’t working; rosehip helps regain elasticity. Add a few drops to your face in the morning and again before bedtime to help you obtain fresh, younger looking skin. No harsh chemicals.

              How to use:

              • Add a few drops to your face in the morning and again just before bed

              8. Rosehip Oil For Fading Scars

              Rosehip Oil is also wonder natural remedy for fading scars! Packed with vitamins and Omega-3, 6, and 9 fatty acids, this oil the ideal solution for fading any facial blemishes or unsightly scars. Together these nutrients help to rebuild collagen, fade skin hyperpigmentation and potentially minimize the appearance of fine lines; even stretch marks!

              How to use:

              • Add a few drops to your face in the morning and again just before bed

              9. Rosehip Oil For Exfoliating Skin

              Try Radha Rosehip combined with baking soda to exfoliate your skin. If your skin is durable this can be a great way to exfoliate. But, steer clear if your skin is acne-prone. If you already have forming blemishes, this solution can further irritate and clog your pores.

              How to use:

              • Add 3 drops of Radha Rosehip Oil and 1 Tablespoon of Baking Soda
              • Mix both together and gentle scrub into your skin

                Conclusion

                If you follow my advice, whether it’s for skin care or hair restoration, rosehip will be a key part of your routine. Please keep in mind storage directions. Each bottle comes with an expiration date located on the box next to the LOT#. Our products have shelf life of 1-2 years and once opened, our essential oils may be used up to 6 months, depending on storage.

                The life of essential oils can be maximized by storing them in dark glass bottles, keeping their caps tightly closed, and keeping them refrigerated or in a cool, dry location (such as a bathroom cabinet) away from sunlight. As you use up the oil from a large bottle, re-bottle the oil into a smaller bottle. This reduces the "headspace," the amount of oxygen that stays in contact with the oil. Follow these simple directions and you won’t regret it! Thank me later.

                  

                Rebekah