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(Video) Surprising Benefits of Rosehip Oil and DIY Moisturizer Recipe


Rosehip Oil? What exactly is Rosehip Oil?  How can I use it and what are some of its benefits?  These are all questions that I asked myself when I started to learn about oils and what can be used for what types of skin benefits.   I was pleasantly surprised when I learned more about how Rosehip can help with Moisturizing the skin, Helps treat Scars, Burns and stretch marks and can also smooth brittle nails.  That’s when I wanted to learn more and here are some things that I have learned about Rosehip Oil, a simple recipe that you can make using Rosehip Oil and a DIY video to show how youtube beauty guru Elizabeth Berry uses her goPURE Organic Rosehip Oil.


Rosehip Oil is a pressed seed oil that is extracted from the seeds of the Wild Rose Bush.  These Rose Bushes are mainly grown in South Africa and Europe.   Rosehip Seed Oil is high in essential Fatty Acids, Omega-3 and Omega-6.  The best way to keep your Rosehip oil fresh is to refrigerate it after opening it due to its delicate nature.

Rosehip Oil is a Great Oil for people with Sensitive Skin as well as a great Hydrating Oil which absorbs into the skin quickly.  This oil is also used for other skin conditions such as Dermatitis, Wrinkle, Eczema, Psoriasis, Burns, Stretch Marks and Premature Skin Aging.  It helps the skins elasticity and reduces age spots. It can also be used to help diminish Scars. Another great use for this oil is to help with Brittle Nails and Cuticles.  Most of these issues will have results over time.  This is not an oil that will give immediate results so please stick with it and be patient!

Here is a Great Recipe for a Moisturizer that contains Rosehip Oil and other Natural ProductsRosehip Seed Oil Moisturizer


Here is a Video by DIY Expert, Elizabeth Berry, to show you some of the ways that she uses Rosehip Oil.


We hope that you have learned some great new ways to use Rosehip Oil and we would love to hear from you on how you use this Oil and what ways you use it!

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