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Rosehip Carrier Oil (Extra Virgin)
out of 5
Would recommend this product.
Cold Pressed from rosehip seeds.
Rosehip Oil has a distinct earthy, nutty aroma.
Rosehip carrier oil is considered a “drying oil”, meaning that it is quickly absorbed by the skin and does not leave an oily feel.
Typical of many carrier oils.
In high concentrations, Rosehip Oil may aggravate oily skin and will stain linens and clothing.
"Extra Virgin" means that the oil is of the highest quality and is produced as a result a single, simple pressing. Rosehip Oil contains a high amount of vitamin E, vitamin A and essential fatty acids which promotes collagen and elastin levels to increase and assists with cell regeneration.
Rosehip carrier oil contains a high amount of vitamin E, vitamin A and essential fatty acids, which promotes collagen and elastin levels to increase and assists in cell regeneration. It is a key ingredient in creams, lotions, massage oil, face oil, and body oils.
Rosehip carrier oil is excellent for dry, irritated, or weathered skin. At 100% strength, combined with Helichrysum italicum essential oil at 5% dilution, it is useful in reducing the appearance of scars. In other products, such as a moisturizer or in lotions or balms, it is best added at a concentration of 5-10%. This is due to its bright orange-red color which may discolor those blends.
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Rosehip Oil has a fairly short shelf life of 6-9 months. Refrigeration after opening is highly recommended.
This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
On May 5, 2015
I used this for the first time in a hand cream. It worked perfectly with the recipe I had been working on. The smell is pleasant. Not over powering.