I decided to jump back on the bandwagon of Rosehip Oil recently and decided on MooGoo because I have heard so many great things about it and it's also 100% certified organic. I have used Rosehip Oil before but I used the Sukin one and I wasn't too big of a fan of it and I think that's why I went for a long while without using Rosehip Oil.
There are so many benefits of using Rosehip Oil on your skin such as:
*Having lots of essential fatty acids in it
*It helps regenerate skin cells because of the essential fatty acids
*Helps moisturize dry skin
*Aids in getting rid of scarring and also stretch marks'
*Helps prevent premature aging
*Natural source of antioxidants
It was really important to me to find a good quality Rosehip Oil and since a few of my sister's friends use MooGoo on their children because of how natural and organic they are, I decided to give this one a go over any of the other brands. As you can see from the ingredients list, there's no chemicals, no preservatives, nothing bad, it's just pure Rosehip Oil. Trust me, I was hmm-ing and ahh-ing at the drugstore skincare aisel for like 20 minutes and drove my mom and my sister crazy just waiting for me.
Direction: The way that I use this is after I cleanse and tone my face, I put a pump all over my face and then follow with my moisturizer. I do use this mainly at night but sometimes if my skin feels a bit parched in the morning, I will use this in the morning as well. It doesn't affect the way that my makeup wears but if you have combination/oily skin, you may not want to use this during the day.
- Highest grade Rosehip Oil
- Cold pressed
- Airtight and lightless bottle
- Full of fatty acids and antioxidants
- Very moisturizing
- 100% organic
- Very affordable
- Great for people with sensitive skin
- Readily available and if you're not close to a stockist, you can buy it online
- I did find that it left a bit of an oily film on my skin.
Do any of you guys use Rosehip Oil or have tried the MooGoo skincare line? What do you guys think?