Pure Cold-Pressed Rosehip Seed Oil$10
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About Good Molecules Pure Cold-Pressed Rosehip Seed Oil
Promote a bright, plump complexion with Pure Cold-Pressed Rosehip Seed Oil from Good Molecules. This lightweight oil derived from the seeds and fruit of the rose plant is rich in antioxidants, essential fatty acids, and vitamins to help hydrate and nourish skin.
Why It’s Special
- Rosehip seed oil is a natural source of vitamin C, an antioxidant known to target the visible signs of aging and sun damage
- Provitamin A, a natural derivative of retinol, gently promotes cellular regeneration for smooth, even-looking skin
- Essential fatty acids help promote elasticity, support a healthy lipid barrier, and reduce transepidermal water loss (TEWL)
- Sourced sustainably with fair-trade practices from Chile
How to Use
Warm a few drops between palms and gently press into damp skin. Use as the last step in your routine or under moisturizer. Suitable for daily use.
- Size: 13 ml / 0.44 oz
- Never tested on animals
100% Chilean Rosa Rubiginosa (Rosehip) Seed Oil
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ReviewsBhavandeep M. Mar 08, 2021
Baby soft skin
Firstly the bottle is so cute but at the same time I thought it would run out quickly but just two or three drops on your palm and then I rub it into my face and then use my moisturiser. I woke up the next day. My skin feels and loks so soft. Never used a facial oil but now I’m obsessed. There is a slight fragrance so make sure you only use two or three dropsShannon W. Nov 12, 2020
Nice Addition for Hydration During Winter
In general, I am not an oil person.... at all. I have tried a few and they always feel heavy and my skin tends to freak out. However, because I am falling in love with just about every product GM makes, I had to give one oil a try and I decided on Rosehip since it is nourishing & had some antiaging benefits. For my preferences, I do not add much of this oil, I use maybe 2 drops for my whole face after a few GM serums and a serum moisturizer, and it has made my skin plump & glowy. I love that it is lightweight & has no color plus it is scent-free. I don't particularly smell anything so that makes me super happy. I think once I smell something, I will know the oil is expired so yay.
I also find this oil awesome to add to my hands after some hand cream. It has helped with the dryness from the constant handwashing we do now. So, even if I don't need it in the summers when I am not as parched skin-wise, I love it for my hands anyway. I may also try it on the ends of hair since I hear it's always good for that.
Overall, I am not sure if its vitamin A strength will do much in the long run but for hydration for my dry skin, I have liked it to boost my other moisturizers that just aren't hydrating enough it seems this winter.
I don't think this oil is necessary to add to your skincare regiment but if you are in need of an extra boost of hydration, I think it's great to have (especially in cold, dry climates). I went from a humid environment to a dry one so my skin probably needs more stuff than an average person but at GM's prices, I cannot complain & I love adding new things to my routine. It's a spa day twice a day at my house. I find it's just something nice to do for myself before I tackle the day & then reward myself at the end of it.
Today's routine: Some GM pineapple cleanser with a healthy dose of water (so it is gentler in the AM since I usually treat at night so I want to handle my skin delicately in the AM); followed by the GM brightening toner, GM Hyaluronic acid, Dr. Ceramidin liquid, this rosehip oil & sunscreen (if I am leaving the house). I have yet to find the perfect sunscreen. GM PLEASE MAKE A SUNSCREEN by next summer please, please, please!1 found this helpful.Melissa M. Jul 22, 2020
so I have two skin issues one ..dry skin with two dry patches ..i purchased this and i was amazed first how affordable it is then that it actually worked ..i put this in my fridge and I use at night but also if I want to thin out my foundation I add a drop this is so nice texture is not thick ..i take this on trips .I have even dropped it and it didn't breakTaylor K. May 09, 2020
I recently got almost the entire Good Molecules skincare line to try due to how affordable it was. Many influencers have been raving about the pineapple exfoliating cleanser, so I decided to try several things. While I’m not sure about some of the other products I’ve been using, I can say with absolute certainty that the Rosehip oil is a game changer. I have dryer skin, and this stuff makes my skin feel smooth and baby soft. When it first goes on, it smells light and fresh (no fragrances added, just the natural scent of rose). In less than the time it takes me to brush my teeth, this oil sinks into the skin, firms it up, and makes my face glowy and radiant. It isn’t too heavy, it doesn’t come off on my pillow, and my skin looks even better when I wake up the next morning! I do have large pores and acne-prone skin, and this does not break me out or clog my pores— it just leaves me smooth and soft. Before finding this $10 oil, I was a diehard fan of the True Botanicals face Oil, which is $110 dollars. I’ve tried a lot of other oils to try and find a doupe, and this is by far the closest I’ve found, and the least expensive! Also to note, the bottles are heavy glass, and even though the price doesn’t reflect it, the products all feel like a luxury brand would. If you are someone who likes bougie packaging, you will be pleasantly surprised by Good Molecules.2 found this helpful.Becky P. Apr 22, 2020
There are two species of plants that Rose Hip oil comes from. This is the one with the better anti-aging benefits. Best face oil I’ve ever used at any price. I will keep using this as long as they carry it. The bottle is small, but you don’t want a large bottle of Rose Hip oil since it goes rancid quicker than other oils.1 found this helpful.