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Kosmea Organic Rose Hip Oil 20ml

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I had always enjoyed making my own skin care concoctions with natural ingredients including avocado, brewer’s yeast, yoghurt and herbs. This process highly pressurizes CO2 (carbon dioxide) to a critical point where it is no longer a gas or liquid.

You can also add a drop or two of the oil into your favourite moisturiser and it’s been proven to improve the appearance of scars and stretch marks. Kosmea's rosehips are hand picked by the local people in Lesotho, Southern Africa providing the community with an income. The word ‘Kosmea’ comes from Ancient Greek times; it means ’to harmonise or bring into balance‘ and reflects the balancing and harmonising effect that rose hip oil has on the skin. As well as the mix of botanicals, the oil includes extracts of winged kelp to help tone the face and Chilean tree bark to even out skin tone.

Mix with moisturiser - A couple of drops of oil can be added to any moisturiser for an extra dose of moisture and skin healing benefits.

I had a very bad reaction to a facial at my local beauty salon, I ended up with red raw peeling skin.Made from the entire rose hip's fruit, skin, and seeds, and extracted without pressing, heat or solvents, our oil is richer in goodness and better for your skin than other brands. This region is 10,000 feet above sea level, resulting in high rainfall, pure, clean air and plump, juicy rose hips.

Turning off the personalised advertising setting won’t stop you from seeing Etsy ads, but it may make the ads you see less relevant or more repetitive. It’s an easy addition to a skincare routine as it doesn’t leave behind any greasy residue and feels like an almost imperceptible layer. Rich in antioxidants to protect and repair skin from the effects of stress, pollution, dehydration and other environmental factors that lead to premature aging. In 1993, I discovered the unique qualities of rosehip oil when mixing ingredients for a home-made face mask.I must admit I am not the biggest user of serums - I sometimes use one for pore refining or general oil reduction but generally I find that moisturiser is enough for my skin - am I right or am I wrong, should I be using a serum such as this which is suitable for all skin types on a daily basis? For most people the darker stuff is better, but for sensitive skin the more process product is safer. I'm not a 100% sure it's more radiant though and my annoying fine lines are still there but maybe using it for a bit longer will change that.

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