Cookies on fushi.co.uk
Is rosehip oil the secret to a glowing complexion?
Written by Laura Andrews, Skin Care and Holistic Lifestyle Expert
The rise of Rosehip Oil
Rosehip Oil is a well known tool for everyday bodycare, but it seems that even celebrities cannot get enough of this essential oil lately.
Victoria’s Secret model Miranda Kerr is familiar with trying to stay in peak physical condition and has recently exclaimed her love for this fragrant natural oil. In an interview with BellaSugarTV she claimed that she uses rosehip oil for her face to boost her complexion.
Miranda, who has previously raved about the benefits of coconut oil, told reporters that being a mother she has less time to spend on her skin and therefore using an all-encompassing skincare solution such as rosehip oil can work on multiple areas. She said: "I like to wear rosehip oil at night. It’s full of that many antioxidants and it really works on a cellular level too to rejuvenate the skin. I put that on at night and wake up glowing."
The rose oil is traditionally produced in Chile and is extracted from the seeds of rosebushes, which are native to the southern Andes. Miranda adds on her blog that this is a product that "every woman should have in her handbag" and one she will continue to use throughout her life
She added that not only does she use it as a moisturiser but also as a makeup remover around the eyes. Rosehip oil is often referred to as nature’s first aid kit when it comes to skincare, as it is rich in essential fatty acids, antioxidants, vitamins and is easily absorbed.
Rose oil benefits for the skin
It has been known to smooth wrinkles, evening out skin tone and reducing the appearance of scars and blemishes. This light oil has the ability to soothe and moisturise dry skin, keeping it balanced and hydrated - which is a must during the summer months, when warm, dry weather threatens to strip skin of its natural moisture. Read more information about rosehip oil for blemishes.
Our customers have stated that using rosehip oil for acne, fine wrinkles and eczema has resulted in improved skin condition.
- Carrot Oil for Face Thank you for your message. Cold pressed carrot oil protects and preserves the nutrients of the carrots. Since the cold press presses the produce to extract the oil, no heat is involved. ... You get 100% of the vitamins, minerals, enzymes, and nutrients when you apply cold pressed oil on your face. Frying grated carrots which involves heat and oil will remove some of those nutrients. Hope this helps.
- Ashwagandha Dosage for AnxietyVery well written article indeed. Thank you for elaborating on so many levels and aspects of it.
- Carrot Oil for Face hello there, must i used only cold-pressed carrot oil on my face? Does frying the grated carrots in coconut oil still maintain the nutrients necessary for the face?
- The Great Pomegranate Seed Oil Dear Rose, Thank you for your message. You can mix equal amounts of Pomegranate seed oil and Rosehip oil.You can add 3-4 drops from each, mix and apply on your face. Hope this helps.
- The Great Pomegranate Seed Oil Hello Fushi, could you Kindly advise exactly how many drops of oil should I use to mix to mix pomegranate and rosehip oil?
- The Rosehip Oil Diaries- Entry 1Hello Asma, Thank you for your message. Being a carrier oil, Pomegranate oil is safe to apply on the skin without dilution. However, because of its richness it is often used at dilutions of approximately 5-15% in skincare formulations. Combining Rosehip oil and pomegranate oil will give you a deeply nourishing blend of particularly antioxidant- and vitamin rich oils. It may also support scars, wrinkles and premature ageing. Hope this helps.