Plump, soft, firm. These are some words I’ll use to describe my skin after letting rosehip oil soak in overnight. There’s pretty much nothing that this oil can do for me. Depending on the price you paid you’ll use a few drops pure, mix it in with other products, a generous layer all over or you just bathe in it. I believe in buying things you can afford to use a sufficient amount of, so this cheap bottle from the ordinary was used up quite quickly. It’s great for people with oily or dry skin, acne, dehydration, or in my case, those that want to hit the reset button on any irritation and late-night drinking paired with junk food.
Utilizing this global lockdown to my advantage being one of the lucky ones that don’t need to go outside, I walk around the house looking shiny and oiled up. Why not go the extra mile and give yourself a full routine that you normally reserve for special occasions? Plenty of water and lots of hydration that gets ample time to soak into my face instead of my pillow.
I love this oil because, in addition to being alcohol-free, they’re on the more affordable side. Its consistency is semi-thin, and it gives you that instant sensation of locking everything underneath in. I make sure I slip in some hyaluronic acid underneath for my persistent dry-as-the-desert t-zone, and pat the oil in over top. Works every single time.