Swisse Rose Hip Oil
Swisse Rose Hip Oil has been luxuriously formulated using 100% naturally sourced ingredients. Enriched with a unique blend of Rose Hip and Essential Oils, it contains a balance of compounds that protect, nourish and condition the skin. This lightweight, non-greasy formula will help improve the appearance of skin texture and tone, plus promote naturally glowing skin.
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Swisse Rose Hip Oil
Omega 3, 6 and 9 Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs)
EFAs are important components of the skin’s natural barrier and have a reparative effect when applied topically. Restoring skin barrier function is important for reducing skin dryness and sensitivity. EFAs improve overall skin condition for soft, supple skin.
The tannin content in rose hip oil makes it a more astringent oil, with a non-greasy feel.
Trans-Retinoic Acid (Vitamin A)
Brightens skin and improves skin texture by increasing epidermal turnover and reducing dead cell build up. Vitamin A is one of the most important anti-aging compounds, capable of keeping skin plump, soft and healthy. This natural form of vitamin A will not cause signs of irritation such as peeling and redness, often associated with synthetic forms of vitamin A.
A potent antioxidant that helps protect against environmental damage and helps to prevent premature aging.
Lycopene and Beta-carotene
Powerful antioxidants that quench free radicals and protect skin cell membranes from damage and inflammation caused by UV exposure. The concentration of beta-carotene in rose hip oil is what gives the oil its yellow colour.
Essential Oils (Orange, May Chang, Palmarosa, Rose Geranium)
An uplifting essential oil blend that also contains antimicrobial properties.
Gently massage 2-3 drops into clean skin until absorbed. Use as required on face, hair or body.
Store upright below 28°C.
Test prior to use. In the unlikely event of a negative reaction consult your medical practitioner.