Hi my loves!!
It is almost certain that no matter what skin type you have, it is necessary to incorporate an oil to your routine. In general, oils help reduce transdermal water loss from you skin and helps the skin glow. However, not all oils are suitable for the face. Pick what works best for you!
Today I would like to talk about one such oil. The Rosehip oil is extracted from various seeds of rose bushes. It is extensively applied by the Egyptians and the Mayans who used a lot of rose into their daily beauty routine as they believed that it had healing and nourishing properties. Rosehip oil is rich with vitamin A, E, C, and D which has been used for not only hydration but also scars, stretch marks, and redness in rosacea-prone skin. Ladies out there with post-surgical marks, cellulites and even skin conditions such as eczema and dry skin can venture out to trying this oil. It also is very lightweight and incorporating it into your moisturizer will be no trouble at all.
Rosehip is one oil that is encouraged for use in mature skin as this extract in antioxidant rich, targets fine lines while Vitamin C brightens dark spots that come with hyperpigmentation. It also contains Vitamin E which gives protection from sun damage. Rather than spending the bucks on marketed retinol it would be wise to go towards incorporating retinol in a form of a luxurious oil.
Additional recipes you can follow:
- Rosehip Exfoliator (normal, dry and combination skin)
- Rosehip is an exfoliator when combined with the right ingredients
- Grind sea salt/ use fine sea salt
- Take 2 tbs of fine sea salt
- Add 3 drops Orgga’s Luxe Oil
- Mix thoroughly
- Wet face, apply and scrub gently in circular motion
- Rise with water
- Sensitive scrub (For oily and sensitive skin)
- Use 2 tbs of sugar
- Take fresh mint leaves, wash and cut into small pieces.
- Add into sugar and mix
- Add 2 drops of Orgga’s Luxe Beauty Oil
- Mic well and store in the fridge for 2 hours
- Apply as a mask/ use as a cleanser.
Recipes are based on lovable and helpful ideas. But we would strongly RECOMMEND you to do a patch test to see if there is any reaction on your skin. Should there be any, don’t forget to consult a doctor.
Till the next time!!