The Power of Rosehip

This little ruby gem is no stranger to the limelight, but why does everyone love it so much? Well, let us tell you…

Evens Skin Tone, Texture & Pigmentation

Rich in antioxidants, Vitamin A and essential fatty acids, Rosehip Oil fights against free radicals, helping to even the skin tone, improve its texture, reducing the appearance of pesky marks and age spots.

Anti-Ageing Agent

As one of the richest plants in Vitamin C, Rosehip Oil stimulates collagen production, which contributes to skin firmness. As skin ages, it becomes drier and thinner, resulting in fine lines and wrinkles. Encouraging the skin to produce collagen, Rosehip Oil help to reduce these signs of ageing, for a more youthful complexion

Rehydration. Regeneration. Radiance.

The essential fatty acids in Rosehip give the Oil its moisturising benefits. It has the ability to sink into the deeper layers of the skin, locking in moisture. The antioxidants and beta-carotene in the Oil help to regenerate the skin, healing scarring and unwanted marks. These properties, combined with the Vitamin C, banish dull skin, revealing a radiant, luminous complexion.

Hair Hero

We can't get enough of these fatty acids, as not only are they great for skin, they also aid the renewal and healing of hair follicles, which encourages hair growth. Furthermore, the Vitamins found in Rosehip, A, C & E, helps to brighten-up dull hair. Put a tiny amount on the ends of your hair, where it's driest, for beautiful, glossy locks

Cuticle Cure

All of the goodness found in these little seeds help to restore moisture and strength into brittle nails. Simple rub a few drops of the oil into the cuticles and over the nails at night and watch them grow from strength to strength.

Emma Thornton