Monday, 30 November 2015

Best of: Rosehip Oil

Best of: Rosehip Oil - Sweetaholic Beauty

In my teenage years and my early adulthood, I suffered from incredibly oily skin. I tried everything I could think of to reduce the oil, including scrubs and toners and all kinds of product to help "dry out" my skin. Little did I know, this was one of the worst things I was doing to my skin. My skin was working overtime to produce even more oil, as I was tricking my skin into thinking it was too dry. Good job, past self.

Since then I've changed my ways, and I've discovered that treating my skin right would help keep that oil under control. I grew to love using Rosehip oil on my skin to help regulate it's oil production. Who knew using oil to help stop my skin getting oily would actually work?


Best of: Rosehip Oil - Sweetaholic Beauty

I've tried a few different Rosehip oils since my discovery, so I thought I would share three personal favourites of mine.

Best of: Rosehip Oil - Sweetaholic Beauty

Olive Skincare*
This one is a new discovery but has quickly become a favourite. This is not in fact 100% rosehip oil, but actually is a mixture of two oils. Rosehip oil and olive leaf oil. Rosehip oil promotes retaining much needed moisture, while the olive leaf oil promotes revitalisation and helps to keep your skin bright. Being that they are two oils together, the serum is actually very lightweight on the skin and absorbs very quickly. 


Best of: Rosehip Oil - Sweetaholic Beauty

A'Kin Skincare

Surprisingly this one is not 100% Rosehip either, but is actually a mixture of Rosehip oil and Rosemary oil, according to their ingredients. This one is actually extracted with colder temperatures, to ensure they are retaining the oils purity. I found this to be the thickest oil of all three, which makes it the perfect candidate to use before bed. 


Best of: Rosehip Oil - Sweetaholic Beauty

Rosehip Plus Skincare*
I have been using Rosehip Plus for the longest out of the three, so it's a classic for me. 100% natural rosehip oil, completely cold pressed for the purest oil possible. Whilst this one does not smell very nice (as it is not mixed with any other oils) it is definitely the hardest working. This one has helped me with stretch marks, and is also supposed to help with fine lines and wrinkles. Perfect for mornings before your moisturiser, or evenings before bed. 


Best of: Rosehip Oil - Sweetaholic Beauty

Despite all being Rosehip oil, you can see the differences in the colour and texture of the oil. The Olive Skincare looks oilier than the other two, but that's probably because it contains olive leaf oil.  The A'Kin is very thick and dark, while the Rosehip Plus looks very light and pure.

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All three brands are winners to me, and hence they have become favourites of mine. I will often switch them up with different skincare products to see what works.

Have you tried any of the above brands? If so, which is your favourite?
Have you tried Rosehip Oil before? What are your thoughts?


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3 comments

  1. Rosehip Plus is good, good, GOOD! Definitely one that I love! Wouldn't mind trying the others either!

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  2. Gotta love a good face oil! I go through them like water, yet my skincare drawer is still overflowing with them hahaha :P I haven't used a pure rosehip oil in a while, I use a lot of blends! They all seem to do the same thing though, and I can't live without them!

    Tasha // shiwashiful.

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  3. I haven't used those brands in particular, though I've used regular rosehip oil for years. I love putting it in my hair! My hair is so long that the ends look a little busted at times and the oil keeps it in check ^^

    ReplyDelete

Monday, 30 November 2015

Best of: Rosehip Oil

Best of: Rosehip Oil - Sweetaholic Beauty

In my teenage years and my early adulthood, I suffered from incredibly oily skin. I tried everything I could think of to reduce the oil, including scrubs and toners and all kinds of product to help "dry out" my skin. Little did I know, this was one of the worst things I was doing to my skin. My skin was working overtime to produce even more oil, as I was tricking my skin into thinking it was too dry. Good job, past self.

Since then I've changed my ways, and I've discovered that treating my skin right would help keep that oil under control. I grew to love using Rosehip oil on my skin to help regulate it's oil production. Who knew using oil to help stop my skin getting oily would actually work?


Best of: Rosehip Oil - Sweetaholic Beauty

I've tried a few different Rosehip oils since my discovery, so I thought I would share three personal favourites of mine.

Best of: Rosehip Oil - Sweetaholic Beauty

Olive Skincare*
This one is a new discovery but has quickly become a favourite. This is not in fact 100% rosehip oil, but actually is a mixture of two oils. Rosehip oil and olive leaf oil. Rosehip oil promotes retaining much needed moisture, while the olive leaf oil promotes revitalisation and helps to keep your skin bright. Being that they are two oils together, the serum is actually very lightweight on the skin and absorbs very quickly. 


Best of: Rosehip Oil - Sweetaholic Beauty

A'Kin Skincare

Surprisingly this one is not 100% Rosehip either, but is actually a mixture of Rosehip oil and Rosemary oil, according to their ingredients. This one is actually extracted with colder temperatures, to ensure they are retaining the oils purity. I found this to be the thickest oil of all three, which makes it the perfect candidate to use before bed. 


Best of: Rosehip Oil - Sweetaholic Beauty

Rosehip Plus Skincare*
I have been using Rosehip Plus for the longest out of the three, so it's a classic for me. 100% natural rosehip oil, completely cold pressed for the purest oil possible. Whilst this one does not smell very nice (as it is not mixed with any other oils) it is definitely the hardest working. This one has helped me with stretch marks, and is also supposed to help with fine lines and wrinkles. Perfect for mornings before your moisturiser, or evenings before bed. 


Best of: Rosehip Oil - Sweetaholic Beauty

Despite all being Rosehip oil, you can see the differences in the colour and texture of the oil. The Olive Skincare looks oilier than the other two, but that's probably because it contains olive leaf oil.  The A'Kin is very thick and dark, while the Rosehip Plus looks very light and pure.

-- 

All three brands are winners to me, and hence they have become favourites of mine. I will often switch them up with different skincare products to see what works.

Have you tried any of the above brands? If so, which is your favourite?
Have you tried Rosehip Oil before? What are your thoughts?


--

Follow me: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Tumblr, Pinterest, BlogLovin', YouTube

Products marked with a * were provided for consideration.

3 comments:

  1. Rosehip Plus is good, good, GOOD! Definitely one that I love! Wouldn't mind trying the others either!

    ReplyDelete
  2. Gotta love a good face oil! I go through them like water, yet my skincare drawer is still overflowing with them hahaha :P I haven't used a pure rosehip oil in a while, I use a lot of blends! They all seem to do the same thing though, and I can't live without them!

    Tasha // shiwashiful.

    ReplyDelete
  3. I haven't used those brands in particular, though I've used regular rosehip oil for years. I love putting it in my hair! My hair is so long that the ends look a little busted at times and the oil keeps it in check ^^

    ReplyDelete

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