Putting Rosehip Into Practice: A Recipe Primer (part 2 of 2)

If a picture is worth a thousand words, then the actual experience has to be worth a good, thick novel. If you are ready to experience Rosehip oil for yourself, this is the place to start. We’ve provided recipes for everything from a daily skin tonic to a solution for achy joints. You can modify these recipes to fit your own skin care needs, or search the plethora of resources online to find your own best brew. However you approach it, be sure that the Rosehip oil you choose is the best quality, contains no added synthetics, and is 100% natural — such as the Rosehip from Real Oil.

Here are a few tips as you begin:

  • Rosehip is lighter than many carrier oils, and absorbs quickly into the skin. For this reason, it’s great to use on the face and on dry patches across your body before bed — without the risk of mucking up sheets and pillowcases. If you prefer more of a glide feeling across the skin (for massage, for instance), combine Rosehip with Fractionated Coconut oil or Jojoba oil.
  • Be aware that Rosehip oil has a shorter shelf life than other carrier oils (6-12 months). Store it in a cool, dark place to extend the freshness, and check occasionally for oxidation (a very strong smell or change in color).
  • For those with sensitive skin, it is a good idea to test for skin sensitivity with a spot check before using a new oil. Do this by placing a drop of oil on a bandaid and applying it to your skin overnight. If you don’t notice any irritation in the morning, you are good to go!
  • Want to know more about Rosehip oil? Check out our previous article about the benefits of Rosehip oil here.

Rosehip Oil Recipe Primer


Daily Miracle Face Tonic
Feed your face daily with this unique moisture and toning application for your skin.
You’ll need:

Combine ingredients and store in a dark-colored glass bottle. Shake gently to combine. Apply 2-4 drops to the pad of your finger and massage into face, neck and chest before you apply makeup, or in the evening after washing and drying your skin.


Joint Solution
Ease feelings of discomfort in joints and tendons with this deeply-penetrating blend.
You’ll Need:

Combine ingredients and store in a dark-colored glass bottle. Shake gently to combine. Apply 2-4 drops to the pad of your finger and massage into knuckles, wrists, elbows, knees, etc. For easier on-the-go application, store in a roller bottle and apply whenever you need the natural support.


Homemade Deep Moisturizing Treatment
Help essential nutrients sink deep into your skin with the remarkable properties of Rosehip oil.
You’ll Need:

Combine ingredients and store in a dark-colored glass bottle. Shake gently to combine. Apply 2-4 drops to the pad of your finger and massage into face, neck and chest before you apply makeup, or in the evening after washing and drying your skin.


Scars and Burns Solution
Reduce the appearance of scars, burns, stretch marks, and sun spots with this nurturing blend.
You’ll Need:

Combine ingredients and store in a dark-colored glass bottle. Shake gently to combine. Apply 2-4 drops to closed skin (don’t apply to open or infected skin) and massage gently until the blend is mostly absorbed.


Feast for the Skin Recipe
Use this deeply nourishing mask once a week to feed and support your skin.
You’ll Need:

Combine ingredients and store in a dark-colored glass bottle. Shake gently to combine. Wash and dry your face. Apply a generous amount to the pad of your finger and massage into face, neck and chest. Leave for 5-10 minutes for deeper penetration. Gently remove any excess with a clean cloth or towel.


Younger-Looking Skin Solution
Help your skin look and feel its best with this reparative blend of natural products.
You’ll Need:

Combine ingredients and store in a dark-colored glass bottle. Shake gently to combine. Wash and dry your skin. Apply 2-4 drops to the pad of your finger and massage into face, neck and chest daily, concentrating on problem areas.

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DEFINITELY DIFFUSE THIS —-> SLEEP EASY BLEND

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