Hello everyone! ☺ I hope you are doing well. Today I’ll be reviewing Nature’s Absolutes Rosehip Oil, which I have been using for a little over four months now. Rosehip oil promises to correct dark spots and hydrate dry, itchy skin, all the while reducing scars and fine lines. It can also help to hydrate and nourish scalp promoting healthy hair growth. I have used this oil both on my facial skin and hairs, so hop in to find out how it works!
My Experience With Nature’s Absolutes Rosehip Oil
The bottle came in a box which had a partition for spray as well. I also received a lovely personalized note. (Thanks Deeksha! ?)
Both the bottle and the box contains all the important labels on it. I am some what very much impressed with the packaging and glad they have provided a spray; which allows good control over the amount of product to be used. I say some what because when I received the product in spite of the protective lid, I remember that the content was leaking. And even now when I carry it around while traveling the product leaks along the sides. Hence, it’s not travel friendly.
It does not contain much of a fragrance. It is something very mild and non-noticeable. The oil is runny in consistency and a bit greasy too. This oil is perfect if you have dry, extremely dry or mature skin and it will get completely absorbed into the skin whilst massaging. From what it claims, this can be one of the best night serum for dry skin peeps. ? How was my experience with it? We’ll come along that in a while!
The glass bottle came has its own protective lid and screw cap. Both of which I have discarded ? since the spray has a screw cap too. Considering the size of the bottle I can carry it around in my hand bag but also keeping in mind that there will product leakage I have to place it in a tiny plastic bag. That’s quite a bummer! ?
So when I received Nature’s Absolutes Rosehip Oil I was pretty excited to try it out on my acne prone skin, which also has visible blemishes. Since rosehip oil promises to work on dark spots and scars. Also I would like to share that I have combination skin which turns oily during Summer.
My first usage was during evening hours on my cleansed face. I took 2-3 drops on my palms, rubbed in real well and applied on my facial skin. I also gave myself a good 3-4 minutes massage till the oil began to absorb into my skin. It felt a bit heavy on my combination skin also a bit shiny in appearance. This was my first time ever using a facial oil. Since prior to this the concept of using facial oil on my facial skin which has large open pores always freaked me out!
Then later after an hour when I went to wash my hands in the sink I noticed that my face looked very oily. (I could bet that much oil even my face never produced! ?) So after begin freaked out I instantly had to wash my face. As I was scared that the oil will clog my large open pores. But this doesn’t have to end here. I used it a second time too, well this time before bed and again the oil seemed to be too heavy for my facial skin. I should have understood that as the product says that it’s for dry skin. But hey I wanted to see it performing its magic on my acne scars! So who’s to be blamed? ?
Then after both of my experiences I finally had to get it through my head that it is not going to suit my combination skin. And afraid of breakouts I did not use it on my face from then. Talking about breakouts I am glad it did not broke me out even a bit! ☺ But now obviously I cannot tell if it truely works on scars and spots or not ? (Soeey!)
So saddened from this thought that I won’t be able to use it to treat my scars with this miraculous rosehip oil, I read what’s written on the box again. And there it was mentioned that it can be used on dry hairs and scalp too! ? I was more than happy to try it on my hairs because I have frizzy hairs which are very dry too. But I have normal scalp which turns dry only in winter. And I am so glad that I started using this oil on my hairs. It has become significant part of my hair care regime! ? I’ll share how I use it!
So I have been using this oil as my hair serum & leave-in conditioner. I use it after every hair wash once my hairs have completely air dried. I detangle and partition my hairs in two section and use 3-4 drops on each section. And lemme tell you that the result is mind boggling! ? I love how it gives that extra shine and hydration to my dry and lifeless hairs. At the same time it helps to tame those frizzies. I love it so much that I am thinking of restocking it in the future! Well, the bottle is more than half over now and it has been only 4 months. I think this will last for another 4+ months. So no complains about the price points! ?
Nature’s Absolutes Rosehip Oil has truly changed the hair game for me. I do not suffer from bad hair days anymore! I make sure to use this oil after every hair wash and also use it when I sense the increase in humidity. And thus it helps to protect my hairs from further damage whilst making them look healthy and soft. Ladies, if you have dry and frizzy hairs then you’ll find this product a blessing for you! ?
Yes, I am a bit upset that I can not use it on my combination skin to reap its benefits ( and I am too afraid to try again!). But I am also happy that it works as a perfect hair serum for my dry and frizzy hairs!
Price and quantity
INR 549 for 30ml
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I loved it! 🙂
Nature’s Absolutes Rosehip Oil will perfectly suit people who have dry, extremely dry or mature skin. But if you have dry and frizzy hairs too then voila! This oil works as a hair serum to tame those frizzies too! So, it’s a 2-in-1 product! ? Definitely deserves a try, would easily last for 8+ months.
Have you tried Nature’s Absolutes Rosehip Oil yet? If yes then how did it work for your skin type? Share your thoughts in the comment section below! 🙂
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(Something I gotta share and it’s about this perfect facial serum which I have using lately and it suits well on my combination and acne prone skin. So watch out for this space ? as I will be sharing a review soon!)
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