Bodecare Organic Rosehip Oil

A healing oil to help fight signs of aging

Suits all skin types 

Bodecare's Organic Rosehip oil is rejuvenating and lightweight. Naturally high concentrations of essential fatty acids (omegas 3, 6, and 9), plus wrinkle fighting Vitamin A help soften and smooth your skin

    • What else you need to know:

      • Help combat dryness and restore sun damaged skin.
      • Absorbs quickly without leaving a sticky residue
      • Excellent source of trans-retinoic acid (a natural form of Vitamin A) believed to rejuvenate skin, help fade fine lines and lighten darks spots.
      • Helps diminish the appearance of sun damage, stretch marks and scarring.
      • Natural anti-inflammatory properties help calm redness and restores skin to a healthy radiant glow.
      • Rosemary extract helps balance oily skin without drying
      Size: 30 ml / 1 oz 
    • HOW TO USE: Gently massage 2-3 drops on cleansed skin morning and night. Can also be massaged into stretch marks,  scars or dry, cracked skin.

      Anti-aging tip: Add a few drops to your favorite moisturizer  to give it a nutrient boost. For an extra nourishing treat, massage a few drops over over your skin after using your Jute Dry Skin Face Brush so skin is exfoliated and will absorb the healing oil more effectively.

    • Ingredients: Certified Organic Rose Hip Oil, Rosemary Extract
    • Is rosehip oil good for acne?

      Rosehip Oil is loved by beauty experts because of its versatility. It suits all skin types including acne-prone. Rosehip oil is a rich source of trans-retinoic acid (a natural form of Vitamin A) and linoleic acid (Omega 6 fatty acid). Research has shown that acne prone individuals are deficient in linoleic acid which can lead to clogged pores and breakouts. Research has shown applying linoleic acid reduces the size of micro-comedones after a few weeks of use.

      Is Rosehip Oil good for dry skin? Rosehip oil is great for all skin types including sensitive skin. It is deeply nourishing but also balancing.

      Can Rosehip Oil improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles? Rosehip Oil contains all-trans retinoic acid (a natural retinoid) that is believed to help rejuvenates skin and reverses sun damage, scars, (including acne), and fine lines. 

      Why is Rosemary Extract added? These are premium quality brushes and should easily last several years if maintained properly.

      Does Rosehip Oil contain Vitamin C?

      No. This appears to be one of the biggest misconceptions about Rosehip Oil (and other plant oils)! I have found several trusted information sources that explain it this way. Vitamin C is water soluble and is not retained in plant oils. According to Dr Marion O'Leary (founder of best selling MOKOSH Skincare) "While it’s true that the whole fruit of rosehips and sea buckthorn contain abundant vitamin C, the vitamin C found in these fruits is water soluble, and so none is retained in the oil. This means that no oil contains any naturally occurring vitamin C. The same goes for B vitamins, which are also water-soluble, and protein. Vitamin A, its precursor beta-carotene, and vitamin E are oil-soluble, so these vitamins are often present in significant quantities in plant oils. If someone claims a naturally occurring oil is high in vitamin C, please do not believe them."  

      Is rosehip oil a good alternative to prescription Retinol? Rosehip seed oil is an excellent source of trans-retinoic acid (a natural form of Vitamin A) that may not have the risk of potential irritation that prescription retinoic acid might cause.

      What is a dry oil? If you are confused by this term - you are not alone. It simply refers to the rate that an oil is absorb by your skin.

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