I started using Fushi’s rosehip oil on my youngest son when he was very little, he is now 8 years old. He had extremely severe eczema all over his face, in the nooks and crannies of his arms and legs. This oil has honestly has done the best. I would apply the oil straight to his skin after his bath and sealed it in moisturiser from the GP. His skin looks so much better and there is no eczema in sight, apart from a patch here and there. It is honestly an amazing product and I cannot rate it enough! It’s a cult favourite within my family too! I use it, my youngest son uses it, my eldest son uses it and my 16 year old daughter uses it and LOVES it.
I LOVE adding a drop if Rosehip oil into my foundation as it provides much more hydration throughout the day and my skin looks flawless. I love using it at night and when I wake up in the morning my skin feels amazing and moisturised and dry patches are reduced-
Just no white bed sheets as that strong orange colour does travel a bit!
This oil is definitely one of my ‘holy grail’ products which I cannot live without I absolutely love this product and will be continuing to buying it forever.
Hello Fushi , I bought a bottle of sweet almond oil. but I noticed the manufactured date is 2018 with expiry on Jan 2021. Would the oil be good enough to use especially if its expiring in four months time. Can I use it past its expiry date.
Hello, I recently purchased the pomegranate seed oil as I have a lot of redness due to my acne.can I apply directly or do I need to dilute it with any other oil? Also where I live many essential oils are not available. The other oil I have is rosehip. Can I mix these two?
Hello 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.
Hello Tina, Thank you for your message. Our oils comes in dark glass bottles which protects from heat, light and any oxidation. If your oil was stored in a cool, dark place away from any sunlight it should be completely fine to use it since the expiry is in 2021. Hope this helps.
Hello, I just started using this oil on my face recently but I have noticed the oil just sits on my skin and is not completely absorbed. Any suggestions on how I can prevent that? Can this oil be mixed with any other oil?
Hello Carina,Thank you for your message.I would recommend to use a tiny amount of the oil for it to be properly absorbed since they are highly concentrated products. Just 2 to 3 drops is more than enough. The trick to proper application is to warm the oil with your fingertips and then gently pat them over your skin. You could try to apply a little moisturiser afterwards to help absorption of the oil quicker. However, note that moisturiser should be applied first this is just a trick for reapplying a bit more moisturiser to help. Also, oil not being properly absorbed is a sign that you have dead skin clogging your pores. Using an exfoliator such as our Bioedic enzyme face wash to help exfoliate the skin and remove dead skin will help open up pores properly, the oil will be much better absorbed. https://www.fushi.co.uk/biovedictm-enzyme-face-wash-150ml.htmlHope this helps.Please do let me know if you need any further assistanceBest wishes,
Hi, I have been using rosehip oil for some time. I had my bottle open on the basin as I washed my face and I think a little bit of water might have splashed in. Can the oil go bad? Is it still safe to use?
Hi Sara, thank for your message! It will be completely fine to use :) The only way the oil will go rancid is if it is stored in sunlight and becomes oxidized. Please make sure to store the oil away from sunlight, in a cool dark cupboard. Hope this helps. Best Wishes, Fushi
Thanks for your message! Rosehip can be used around the eyes. Rosehip seed oil is loaded with skin-nourishing vitamins and essential fatty acids which may help with dark circles and lines. Best Wishes, Fushi
Hi Lin, Fushi's pomegranate seed oil is a non-standardised, unrefined and natural oil. Each batch varies and displays a set of unique characteristics. This is simply down to our oils never being refined, deodorized or filtered.However, you will still be getting the same great quality and benefits from the oil.
Dear Amanda, thank you for your message. There should not be interactions between Ashwagandha and tamoxifen. However, I would recommend that you consult a proper herbalist or your GP before staring to take this herb. Herbal remedies act differently on people. I hope this helps.
Is this supplement safe for women who have had ER+ breast cancer I've been on tamoxifen for 2 years and it pushed me head first into horrendous menopausal symptoms which show no sign of waning I am looking for something natural to help with stress sleep issues and increase my energy
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