I've heard so much about Pai's amazing skincare from other bloggers and my readers, so it's been on my mind for ages. I've finally gotten a chance to try their Rosehip BioRegenerate Oil and I just want to confirm, it's as lovely as everyone says it is.
What is Rosehip Oil? What Does it Do?
While easily confused with rose essential oil, rosehip oil is actually made from rosehip seeds that grow on wild rose bushes.
Quality rosehip oil has a beautiful, orangey red colour that's full of fatty acids and antioxidants to protect and heal your skin.
Rosehip oil has a lot of healing fatty acids and antioxidants. As it's able to really hydrate and nourish your skin, you'll see a reduction in acne scars, fine lines, and sun spots. You'll also notice that because your skin is properly hydrated and balanced, your skin will be clearer and you won't have as much redness or irritation.
What is Different about Pai's Rosehip?
Pai's unique blend of rosehip seed extract, rosehip fruit extract, vitamin e, and rosemary work together to reduce dry and flakey patches, acne, scars, and sun damage.
It's designed specifically for people with sensitive skin and is certified organic by the Soil Association. It's also vegan friendly and nut free.
I've used other rosehip oils and I didn't really find them effective. They sat on top of my skin and I didn't see any of the benefits.
But with this oil, I saw the benefits right away. I noticed immediately how hydrating it is, so much so that I don't need to use another moisturizer. I've also noticed less blemishes, my skin is more bright and clear, and it looks like my skin healthy, glowy again. I've also used it in clay masks to give masks a more hydrating and calming effect.
How Do I Use This Oil?
This is a really versatile oil that you can use in different ways. You can use alone in the morning or evening as a serum, a face oil, or your moisturizer. I use this at night as my only moisturizer because I find it's so hydrating and healing that I don't need to layer anything on top.
You can also add a few drops to your favourite exfoliant or face mask or you could even use it as a spot treatment for irritated or red areas.
Have you tried any of Pai's products? What should I try next?