OK, I am one of those not blessed with resistant skin, and sometime in January, I had a major breakout testing market samples (yes, part of my job). It's good that I have Rosehip seed oil to the rescue!!!
I happen to take a photo of my face when I had a major breakout. While talking to my sister, who lives miles away, she asked if I have a photo after using rosehip seed oil as I told her how good it is. After seeing the before and after (8 days) photos, she encouraged me to post a photo here. :-) I'm a bit shy so the photo is cropped a lot, but you'll definitely see the difference.
What is my skincare routine:
1. Wash with a cream-based cleanser.
2. Tone with rose hydrosol - not the commercial "rose water" that is basically water, emulsifier, and rose-type perfume (not even an essential oil). This will soon be available in our shop and I will update this blog with the link. And I probably have to write something about this in the future.
3. Apply 4 drops of HOPE 100% organic rosehip seed oil.
4. Light moisturizer.
I also exfoliate twice a week. I noticed that my skin regenerates faster with continued use of HOPE 100% organic rosehip seed oil.
Hope this helps!
October is not only the time where you have to swap your gauzy summer linen for thick woolen jumpers, but it is also the point in time where you have to think about a new skincare routine.
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