Ultimate Rosehip Oil Guide

RosehipHey, ladies! Is there anyone out there who does not want a beauty routine that is easier, cheaper, and more effective? And what about using easy to find products that are friendly to your skin and the planet? If you are anything like Kate Middleton (and pretty much every other woman out there!), this probably sounds like a dream come true! That is why every skincare obsessed person out there was SO excited to hear that the Duchess of Cambridge herself is head over heels in love with rosehip oil. Now, we are all trying to figure out how to use rosehip oil!

Ready for a better beauty routine? Here is your ultimate guide on how to use rosehip oil.

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How to Add Rosehip Oil to Your Routine

Before we talk about how to use rosehip oil, you have got to figure out how to find the perfect product for you! This is big deal because some rosehip oils are no better than snake oil. It is essential to get premium rosehip oil if you want to see results. Read every label and keep your eyes out for products that are labelled with “wild harvested,” “certified organic,” or “cold-pressed.”

One pick we love is the Aria Starr Rosehip Seed Oil Organic Cold Pressed For Face, Skin & Scars. This stuff is 100 per cent pure and comes in a dark glass bottle to limit light exposure. We have also seen amazing results from the USDA Certified Organic Rosehip Seed Oil by Kate Blanc! This 100% pure cold pressed rosehip oil is unrefined and therapeutic AAA+ graded so you know you are getting the best of the best.

How to Use Rosehip Oil for Your Skin

Once you have the right rosehip oil, it couldn’t be easier to figure how to use rosehip oil for your skin!

If you are looking for all over hydration, just massage on a few drops of rosehip oil every time you get your skin damp. Whether you are hopping out of the shower or washing your face, just follow up with rosehip oil and ditch your old chemical-filled facial and body mosituriser.

To help treat skin conditions like dry patches or other points of irritation, apply a couple of drops of rosehip oil directly to the irritated area. Of course, you don’t want to put this on open wounds and it is essential to allergy test first.

Before you use rosehip oil as a healing oil, put a single drop on your skin (in a non irritated spot) and wait 24 hours to make sure you don’t have a bad reaction. After that, you are good to go! Rosehip oil is amazing for dry patches, eczema, and other common skin ailments.

Rosehip oil is packed with ultra beneficial fatty oils omega 3, 6, and 9, which is a dream for skin craving hydration.

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How to Use Rosehip Oil for Your Hair

Did you know that rosehip oil is also awesome for your hair? Again, using rosehip oil is as easy as can be! All you need is to apply it directly to your hair. Of course, every woman has different hair and your texture and length will play a major role in how much you need so you definitely should plan to do some experimentation to find the best way to use rosehip oil in your hair.

To get starting in using rosehip oil in your hair, start by just putting two drops on your palms and rubbing them together. Rub your palms over just the very ends of your hair to hydrate the driest parts. Keep adding more until you find just the right amount. Just be sure to avoid getting too close to your roots or overoiling– like any oil, this can make your hair look greasy if you go overboard!

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