If you haveÂ got new scars that you willÂ like to get rid of, I strongly recommend you try Renew Certified 100%Â Organic Rose Hip Oil.Â I had a few new scars from pimples on my forehead and was surprisedÂ how quickly they faded after I used this Rose Hip Oil.
For about a month, I applied about 2 to 3 drops of Renew Certified 100% Organic Rose Hip Oil on my damp face every evening after cleansing,Â carefullyÂ massaging the Rose Hip OilÂ into my skin for about 2 minutes to ensure that it is well absorbed.Â
It feelsÂ a tadÂ oily initially but that oiliness is completely gone in the morning.Â Hence, it is true that this oilÂ has a pH level similar to that of our skin, allowing our skin to breathe and the oil to absorb quickly without leaving an oily residue. The wrinkles are not gone of course but I have to concede that my skin seems smoother, there is a healthy glow to my face the morning after and the most important thing is my face did not feel as oily as before.Â Â
As mentioned in my earlier post Rose Hip Oil for beautiful healthy skin,Â whatâ€™s amazing about this oil isÂ that it contains about 80% essential fatty acids which is necessary for protecting cell membranes plusÂ skin healing Vitamin E, beta carotene and the powerful anti-aging antioxidantÂ lycopene.Â This is whyÂ Rose HipÂ OilÂ isÂ highly recommended for use in the treatment of scars, wrinkles,Â sun spots, dry skin,Â uneven skin tone and other skin blemishes.
I know some ladies have experienced breakout after using Rose Hip Oil so again, if your skin is acne prone or excessively oily, this product may not be suitable for you.Â But otherwise, I personally love Renew Certified 100% Organic Rose Hip Oil and will be using this from time to time to restore the moisture balance on my face.Â It smells exactly like the Rose Hip tea I drank before; pleasant and somewhat earthly.
Renew Certified 100% Organic Rose Hip Oil is now widely available at Unity NTUC Healthcare for S$19.95.Â Â You can also get it from Dargon Dors Cosmetics #03-1126, 32 New Market RoadÂ or online from Whoopeekiddies.com.
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