Here is a quick product description for the Valentia Organic Rosehip Oil with Vitamin C and E:
- REDUCES FINE LINES & WRINKLES - powerful Vitamin C and Lycopene
antioxidants promote healthy cell development, reducing the appearance
of fine lines and wrinkles, and protecting the skin from free radicals
which lead to premature aging.
REDUCES SCARS & BURNS - the presence of high levels of essential fatty acids, which cannot be naturally reproduced by our bodies, work to heal and speed up cell regeneration to reduce the appearance of scars and burns. Naturally occurring vitamin A in Rosehip Oil helps heal and improve scar tissue left behind by acne, dermatitis and psoriasis scarring.
REHYDRATES SKIN - essential fatty acids work to lock in moisture, hydrate the skin and keep it soft and supple. Get ready to improve your complexion and face the elements.
EVENS SKIN TONE - repair skin discoloration and damage caused by environmental stresses such as UV damage from overexposure to the sun. Hyper-pigmentation and age spots are dramatically reduced with continued use.
STRENGTHENS NAILS & HAIR - replenish dry, brittle and damaged hair with density, instant shine and smoothness. Nourish your nails and cuticles to prevent hangnails and breakage.
I also like rubbing this on my cuticles, when they're drier than usual, because this provides instant relief. A few drops goes a long way because over-dropping the rosehip oil made my hands greasy. So a drop or two is all I need for my cuticles. :)
I love how I only need a few drops of the Organic Rosehip Oil every application because this bottle would last for a longer time.
You can purchase the Valentia Skin Care's Organic Rosehip Oil HERE with free shipping if you are a Prime member.
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