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NOW Foods Rose Hip Seed Oil, 1 ounce

Rich in Omega-6 essential fatty acids, Rose Hip Seed Oil continues to serve as one of the personal care industry’s most sought-after natural oils.  NOW® Rose Hip Seed Oil is 100% Pure and Natural, and extracted from the seeds of Rose mosqueta.

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3 comments to NOW Foods Rose Hip Seed Oil, 1 ounce

  • Alicia Czechowski

    great for old skin This light-bodied oil disappears like water on my aged skin. The results were almost immediately soothing and smoothing. Plus, it has imparted a more even rosy tone which de-accentuates the patches of redness and even the appearance of the fine blood vessels near the skin surface around nose and cheeks.I have put rose hip oil in conditioner and it improves the appearance of my hair by making it more lustrous and smooth.

  • Rose

    Who would of thought this would be good for oily skin? I am 26 years old, and I have had extremely oily skin since the age of fourteen. I’m talking about the, “can’t wear make-up because it’ll slide of my face in 30 minutes” kind of skin. I haven’t found anything that helps. And I’ve tried ALL kinds of products. I originally bought the hip seed oil to mix with conditioning treatments for my hair, but decided to try a few drops of it on my skin after washing my face. From the very first day, the difference was noticeable. After a week… I can now go the entire without having to check for oil build-up.. And I don’t have to use those expensive moisturizers or oil-prevention lotions (which don’t work anyway). When you consider the price and how long 1 oz. will last.. it’s win-win. I love this stuff!!

  • phil

    Rose Hip Seed Oil I got curious about essential oils on my hunt for a solution to my dry, curly hair. I heard some talk about Rose Hip Seed Oil and how it can work well in thin hair because it doesnt coat the hair it absorbs and holds in moisture. With furthur research I learned that this oil contains vitamin A which helps assist with cell regeneration, delay the effects of skin aging, and promotes collagen and elastin levels to increase. The results are smoother, firmer and more youthful skin. There is also a high amount of essential fatty acid acids and Vitamin E which further promotes heathy skin. It is supposedly successful in treating stretch marks, psoriasis, eczema, hyper-pigmentation, uv damage, wrinkles, scars from surgery, acne and burns, dermatitis, age spots, burns, age spots, brittle nails and dry, damaged hair.Because it is a dry oil, it will soak into the skin easily and not leave a greasy residue, but dont use too much. It spreads very easily so you only need a little bit and it will last a long time. Even though you can use it un-diluted on your hair or skin you can also add it to creams, lotions, moisturizers, conditioners ect. It is not recommended for use on sever acne or on very oily skin.My first time using Rose Hip Seed Oil I added a few drops to a combination of Suave Moisturizing Almond and Shea Butter Conditioner and Garnier Fructis Sleek and Shine 3 minute Deep Conditioner, then I combed evenly through my hair and left in for about 15 minutes before rinsing out. That day I did notice an increased softness and less frizz, although no extra shine like I was hoping for. I have natural curly hair thats shoulder length and pretty fine, although I have alot of hair and it is dry and can get frizzy. On my hair Id rate this oil at about a 3 but there are many other great uses for it.So far I’ve applied this oil using a cotton swab to my nails twice a day for about a week and the results are phenomenal. I’ve always had crap nails and cuticles that I had a habit of biting that I just couldnt get over. Every once in a while I’d stop, and they’d grow (some of them) but they’d always have an ugly color and break because they were so weak, so eventually I’d start biting them again because I hated them anyways. A little while ago I found I no longer had the need to bite them (thank god) but still have the same problem, also they get weird bumps and ridges and some of them grow uneven. But ever since I started with this oil my nails have not only grown (if you can see results in only a week, you know it’s working) but they are already looking healthier, feel stronger and I haven’t broken a nail since starting and thats a record for me. It has also already started to heal my cuticles and suprisingly a cut on my hand that I experimented with a dab of the oil, cool. Although even more suprising, I tried this on a razor bumps and over night they were gone.I would like to try this on my acne scars, as I have yet to find a product that will get rid of them, but am worried as my skin is semi oily and I still tend to break out from time to time. Last thing I want to do is make my skin worse, right? But I do plan on experimenting with it and Tee Tree Oil, which I’ve used with success on the occassional break out (and many more uses) and possibly a facial cream and add to my review at a later time.

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