That's why, it's often encouraging to learn about natural beauty remedies, and how these organic formulas can work just as effectively as the $100 plus products you've sank your hard-earned dollars into.
So let's take a look at rosehip oil. That one's been around for many generations.
Without getting too scientific, we can tell you that rosehip oil is extracted from the seeds of wild rose bushes predominantly grown in Chile. Studies have shown that rosehip oil has excellent wound-healing properties and essential fatty acids that supposedly spur cellular activity + hydration. That means scars improve, skin tone is more balanced, and fine lines + wrinkles smooth out over time.
Supermodel Miranda Kerr LOVES rosehip oil:
"I like to wear rosehip oil at night," the Victoria’s Secret model said. "It’s full of many antioxidants and it really works on a cellular level too to rejuvenate the skin. I put that on at night and I wake up glowing."
Hmmm. Does that mean we, too, can wake up to supermodel skin?
Well, who knows?
Rosehip oil cannot harm your complexion. But if you have acne at the moment, don't apply the oil until your break-outs have disappeared. Very oily skin and rosehip oil don't always work well together.
Waleda features organic rosehip oil packed into convenient, tiny capsule form: USA.Waleda.com ($40, 30 capsules).
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