A quick look at The Ordinary Rose Hip Seed Oil Reviews
- 83% of the Deciem Addicts love it.
- 80% of the Deciem Addicts say it has improved their skin.
- 79% will repurchase it.
- Currently scores 4.5/5 on the Deciem website.
Everything you need to know about The Ordinary Rose Hip Seed Oil before buying
The Ordinary Rose Hip Seed Oil reviews and lots more information to help you decide whether this product is right for you.
- What is The Ordinary Rose Hip Seed Oil, and what does it do?
- When & how do I use Rose Hip Seed Oil?
- What does Rose Hip Seed target?
- What is the PAO of Rose Hip Seed Oil?
- Are there any products that conflict?
- The Ordinary Rose Hip Seed Oil Reviews
- Other Oils & Hydrators
- Prices: 10.70$CAD | 9.80$US | 9GBP | 10.20€ | 18.90$AUD
What is The Ordinary Rose Hip Seed Oil & What Does It Do?
The Ordinary Rose Hip Seed Oil Targets
- Daily Support Formula for All Skin Types
- Signs of Aging
Deciem says: The Ordinary 100% Organic Cold-Pressed Rose Hip Seed Oil offers a daily support oil for healthy skin. Rose Hip Seed Oil is rich in linoleic (omega-6) and linolenic (omega-3) acids, as well as pro-vitamin A, which enables it to target signs of photoaging in addition to providing benefits for skin hydration and barrier function.
When & How Do I Use The Ordinary Rose Hip Seed Oil?
The Ordinary Rose Hip Seed Oil is recommended for evening use only. This would be used towards the end of your regimen, after water-based, anhydrous and some of the emulsions. Deciem recommends oils followed by heavy moisturizers like Natural Moisturising Factors. Some people say moisturizer followed by oil. Don´t forget to patch test before using.
What is the PAO of Rose Hip Seed Oil?
Once opened, it is recommended to use this within 6 months. It’s also a good idea to wipe the neck of the bottle after using it as it can get a little sticky and gunky.
Are there any products that conflict with Rose Hip Seed Oil?
There are no conflicts with this product. Just remember that this is recommended for evening use only.
Does The Ordinary Rose Hip Seed Oil Work?
80% of the Deciem Addicts say yes.
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The Ordinary Rose Hip Seed Oil Reviews
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Rose Hip Seed Oil is my absolute favourite, I’ve been using it every night for 2 years.
The Ordinary Rose Hip Seed Oil is my favourite product! Good for hydration & ageing use every night.
I had been using it twice daily as a moisturizer after applying Buffet. I don’t see fading away of fine lines or damage done to my skin by sun :(.
Love it – especially in winter to counteract dryness.
I love the Rose Hip Seed Oil. I use it at bedtime over retinol 1%, and I find it keeps my skin hydrated and healthy through the drying winter months…
Absolutely love it!! Keeps my face hydrated and has evened my skin tone. I use after the niacinamide + zinc at night.
These faqs have been answered by Deciem on Social Media.
Can Rose Hip Seed Oil or Argan Oil be used with the Retinol 0.2 in Squalane? Also, would I apply oils before or after creams? Yes, they can! We suggest applying oils before creams.
Should I store Rose Hip Seed Oil in the fridge after opening? We suggest storing the Granactive Retinoid and Retinol products in the fridge after opening. The remainder of our serums can be stored at room temperature, however, there is no harm in refrigerating (with the exception of The Ordinary Resveratrol 3% + Ferulic Acid 3% which should not be refrigerated). Upon opening, please consult the period after opening (PAO) symbol for the product shelf life.
I read online that Buffet and Rose Hip Seed Oil are ok for the eye area. Is this true? You’re welcome to use “Buffet” and Rose Hip Seed Oil around the eyes. Just be sure to patch test before the full application.
Is it ok to use a cream after the Rose Hip Seed Oil? You may use a cream after The Rose Hip Seed Oil if you wish.
Is there any chance that Rose Hip Oil causes acne? It’s important to note that with an active ingredient that affects skin behaviour, there can be an initial purging period during which breakouts are normal. It is also important to note that your skin may require up to a month to adjust when introducing new products and sciences into your regimen.
What’s the difference between this and using Marula oil for the face? The Ordinary 100% Organic Cold-Pressed Rose Hip Seed Oil offers benefits for signs of aging whereas Marula Oil is great for brightening.
Does it help with rosacea? As none of our products can be considered medical treatments for rosacea, you may wish to discuss suitable treatments for persistent signs of rosacea with your physician or dermatologist. 🙂 However, you may wish to explore one of the following products to target signs of inflammation: Hylamide Sensitive Fix Booster, NIOD Superoxide Dismutase Saccharide Mist (SDSM2) or NIOD Modulating Glucosides.
Can I use salicylic acid 2% masque, glycolic 7% toning solution, and this oil right after? Glycolic Acid 7% Toning Solution should not be used in the same regimen as Salicylic Acid 2% Masque, Rose Hip Seed Oil can be used after either product!
Final thoughts on Rose Hip Seed Oil
The Ordinary Rose Hip Seed Oil is one of the most popular oils. 83% of the Deciem Addicts love it, 80% say it has improved their skin, and 79% will repurchase it. If you prefer a lighter oil, look at Squalane or Hemi-Squalane is even lighter.
More Oils & Hydrators By The Ordinary
There are so many oils and hydrators in The Ordinary Range. You can find all of them listed here.
- “B” Oil
- Rose Hip Seed Oil
- Marula Oil
- Squalane Oil
- Hemi-Squalane Oil
- Chia Seed Oil
- Moroccan Argan Oil
- Sea Buckthorn Oil
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