Have you ever heard of rosehip oil? Did you know that this oil is frequently used in skincare?
It is highly recommended for dry and rough skin because it is rich in oleic acid, linoleic acid, and vitamin A, all of which regenerate the skin.
With many qualities, rosehip oil can reduce wrinkles, acne, and scars.
It is also able to strengthen collagen and elastine, which firms up the skin, and is also responsible for nurturing it.
See 8 amazing reasons to use rosehip oil on your skin:
Reduces old scars and stretchmarks;
Attenuates ulcers and rashes;
Alleviates psoriasis and dermatoses;
Moisturizes the skin;
Prevents premature aging of skin;
Soothes and conceals wrinkles and expression lines.
Now that you know 8 reasons to use rosehip oil, what about learning how to make your own oil at home?
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Write down the ingredients
1.23 ounces of rosehip seeds;
1 glass container with lid and 1 pipette.
To make your oil, start by removing the sides of the seeds with a knife. After this, cut seeds in half. Then, put seeds in the glass container and add enough almond oil to cover them. Close the glass and let it rest for 20 days.
After this period, strain the oil and transfer it to a container with a pipette. Now your rosehip oil is ready!
It is recommended applying a few drops on your skin 1 or 2 times a day, on the desired area.
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