Keep your skin glowing with rosehip oil

Keep your skin glowing with rosehip oil

No matter how well you look after your skin, exterior factors such as the changeable weather, dehydration, and pollution can quickly take their toll on your complexion, resulting in irritation, spots and dryness.

Restore a natural healthiness to your skin and reveal its true radiance with the A’kin Pure Radiance Rosehip Oil from The Purist Company. Created in nature’s healing garden and crafted in Australia, this clever multi-tasking oil has been specially formulated to restore, brighten and boost dull and uneven skin.

Rosehip oil is a well-kept beauty secret among celebrities such as Miranda Kerr and Rosie Huntington-Whitely, and this certified organic oil is enriched with the concentrated nature of Vitamins A and E and Omegas 9, 3 and 6 essential fatty acids (no less that 80%) extracted from powerfully potent certified organic Rosehip seeds.

Miranda Kerr says she wears rosehip oil under her moisturiser and it helps to rejuvenate the skin as it’s full of anti-oxidants.

Renowned for its ability to repair skin cells, retain moisture and restore elasticity, this award winning multi-purpose oil helps to reduce the visible signs of ageing as well as diminish the appearance of scars, stretch-marks and blemishes.

Simply apply 3-4 drops to fingertips after cleansing & toning and gently massage onto face and décolletage for vibrant, glowing and youthfully radiant looking skin.

Why stop there? Here we have 50 ways to use your Rosehip oil.

[1] Boost moisture levels in the skin with an extremely high concentration of essential fatty acids (80%).

[2] Boost your skin's natural radiance and get your glow back by applying under your current day or night crème. Try with [A'kin] Rosehip and Shea moisturiser for an instant boost.

[3] Restore rough, dry, flaky skin with a Rosehip Oil application on targeted areas, i.e. elbows & knees. Use daily until supple skin is restored.

[4] Press Rosehip Oil into the skin all over the body as an aftersun soother to stop that tight skin feeling.

[5] Use your Rosehip Oil to help correct UV damage and pigmentation from the sun.

[6] Helps to plump the surface of the skin - which helps to reduce dehydration lines.

[7] Use as a deeply nourishing, natural massage oil for the face and body.

[8] Use as a neck smoothing treatment as there is no natural moisture in this area so the skin struggles to stay moist and radiant, and can look dull and prematurely aged.

[9] Rosehip Oil is the perfect travel bag companion as it is 23ml in size, so you can whizz through baggage control, it is also contained in a dark glass bottle to protect the contents from the sun and heat.

[10] Refresh and revive tired, tight and dull skin during plane flights.

[11] Pop a drop of Rosehip Oil in your hands and rub together, then apply to wet hair to help smooth and create sheen; start with a small amount and add more if needed.

[12] Use this weightless, dry oil to smooth hair follicles and split ends.

[13] De frizz hair, tame flyaway’s and split ends by using as finishing oil - perfect for up-dos on humid nights.

[14] Night time rejuvenating treatment to aid the cellular renewal process.

[15] Use to desensitise and neutralise more sensitive skin types.

[16] Calms and soothes red, angry skin.

[17] Helps to even skin tone on the décolleté area which is the area most exposed to the sun.

[18] Strengthen hand, nail and cuticle area to relieve dry, cracking skin.

[19] Use to soften cracked dry heels, perfect holiday prep!

[20] Apply a drop to your index finger and smooth over your eyebrows to soften coarse eye brow hair to help with manageability.

[21] Use as a pre-shave treatment to protect skin from damage caused by shaving, and to soften the hair pre-shave.

[22] Apply as much as needed to your hands and run through your beard to soften the hair and maintain healthy hair.

[23] Helps to reduce the appearance of blemishes and marks on the skin.

[24] Use as many drops as needed to massage into scar tissue to soften the tissue and help get much needed omegas, vitamins and fatty acids back into the skin that is often damaged after trauma.

[25] Helps to reduce the appearance of stretch marks and evens the skin tone around the affected area.

[26] Boost your moisture mask by adding a few drops of Rosehip Oil.

[27] Mix together with your foundation for a radiant, natural glow - and to help on those days when your foundation is drying out your skin.

[28] Give yourself a glamorous glow by mixing with body moisturiser on arms and legs.

[29] Give yourself a youthful glow on shoulders and brow bones by polishing the Rosehip Oil over as finishing oil.

[30] Apply before using a gel to help penetrate deeper into the skin and maximise your products benefits.

[31] Softens and smoothes dry, flaky lips - can be applied under lip balm.

[32] Reduces the appearance of scars and burns, and stops the skin from drying up after burning.

[33] Treats fine lines and wrinkles by strengthening the cell wall.

[34] Strengthen and repair brittle, damaged nails (especially after wearing gel nails or shellac).

[35] Great to help soothe the effects of eczema and psoriasis.

[36] Aftercare for tattoos - helps protect the skin from drying out therefore helping the healing process.

[37] Apply as an intensive hand treatment before you pop on your marigolds and plunge your hands into warm water.

[38] Spa Secret - use as an intensive body envelopment when mixed with a little moisturiser.

[39] Care for and maintain condition of hair, i.e. dreadlocks.

[40] Overnight foot treatment - apply and then cover feet with cotton socks.

[41] Use as a deep scalp massage to help alleviate dandruff and damage caused by hair dye and the sun.

[42] Mix with sugar to make a more intensive deep treatment/polish.

[43] Apply to cracked skin caused by hayfever or after illness, and to cracked lips.

[44] Press into nappy rash area to help calm inflamed, irritated skin.

[45] Use after tanning to stop skin from peeling and enhance tan with a golden glow - perfect to prolong that holiday feeling.

[46] Take away on skiing holidays to prevent skin from chapping in cold winds.

[47] Apply the day before fake tanning to prep skin to promote a more even coverage that will last longer.

[48] Use as an after bite treatment to protect skin, reduce inflammation and redness, and to soothe itching.

[49] Correct the pH levels in your skin after using harsh stripping agents and products.

[50] Protects skin prone to broken capillaries.

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