WHAT IS ROSEHIP OIL?
A rich, tangerine-like color, that radiates beautifully on the skin, instantly absorbing the vitamins and antioxidants. The deepness in color signifies its pureness unlike an oxidized rosehip oil which its color would appear diluted. Some have related its natural scent to autumn leaves, cold tea, and even cider; however, the scent dissipates after being applied and does not linger.
WHAT DOES ROSEHIP OIL DO?
Just a few of the wonderful benefits that rosehip oil offers are its ability to reduce hyperpigmentation, signs of aging, acne, and skin dullness. In addition, it gives the skin a beautiful, natural glow. Embracing your born-beauty will be satisfying and rewarding.
Real ReVersa Rose user, Xiomara W.
WHAT IS HYPERPIGMENTATION?
Common and harmless, hyperpigmentation is when patches of skin or skin spots become darker in color than the surrounding skin. This is usually caused by over sun exposure, inflammation, or other skin injuries. Melanin and darker skin complexions are more prone to hyperpigmentation due to excess sun. Vitamin A, which is rich in rosehip oil, can help reduce hyperpigmentation and skin dullness.
Naturally rich in Vitamin A and Vitamin C, rosehip oil contains retinoids that reduce fine lines and wrinkles and increases the production of collagen. Vitamin C boosts cell regeneration, helps soothe the skin, and gives off a youthful glow.
One of the coolest things about rosehip oil is its ability to reduce the production of sebum. Sebum is a yellowish, oily substance produced by sebaceous glands that seal in our skin’s moisture and helps the skin from becoming over dry. Too much sebum can clog pores and cause acne breakouts. Rosehip oil will balance the amount of sebum your skin produces, reducing acne, eliminating some acne scars, and preventing future breakouts with continuous use.
Real ReVersa Rose user, Michaela W.
CAN I PUT ROSEHIP OIL ON OILY SKIN?
Yes! Those that have oily skin have an unbalance of oleic and linoleic acid in their skin. This usually means that your body is producing more oleic acid than linoleic acid, causing the formation of blackheads and whiteheads to appear. Since rosehip oil has a higher concentration of linoleic acid and less of oleic acid, it regulates the oil production in your skin, reducing acne breakouts from occurring.
CAN ROSEHIP OIL HELP WITH SKIN CONDITIONS?
Rosehip oil is rich in Vitamin E which is an antioxidant that may assist with inflammation. In some cases, rosehip oil has seen an improvement with those who have rosacea, psoriasis, eczema, and dermatitis.
HOW TO APPLY ROSEHIP OIL?
Apply 1-2 drops onto a freshly cleansed face by dropper or onto clean hands. Warm the oil in your hands before massaging it onto your face and neck. Be sure not to let the dropper touch your face.
Real ReVersa Rose user, Marissa M.