Rosehip oil three times differently - preparations for mature, oily and dry skin

30 min
Rosehip oil three times differently - preparations for mature, oily and dry skin
Will you try a cream for oily, acne-prone skin, a rosehip serum against wrinkles for mature skin or a nourishing cream for dry skin with rosehip oil? Or maybe everything?More information
Ingredients for this recipeHemp oilArgan oilSunflower oilShea ButterRose waterTea Tree oilOlivemLeucidalRosehip oilVitamin ECarrot oilLavender essential oilNatural lemon essential oilBeeswaxAlmond oilPatchouli essential oilMango Butter
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We probably don't need to remind you that rosehip oil is a miracle, we already talked about it in the article about oils that should not be missing in any cosmetic kit. But because we know that each skin suits something differently and we all use (and produce) :) cosmetic products that will serve our skin type well, today we have three different recipes for you, in which rosehip oil plays the main role. You choose whether your skin is dry, mature, damaged or oily with acne prone skin!

Cream for oily, acne-prone skin with rosehip oil

Do you think that you won't oil something that you don't want to be oily, and you're afraid that you'll also clog your pores? The opposite is true! Some oils do not leave an oily film on the skin, nor do they cause increased acne formation. On the contrary, it can optimize the production of sebum, which is why it is perfect for treating oily or combination skin. The cream with these oils is ideal for treating oily, acne-prone skin.

What's up - besides rosehip oil?

Hemp oil – For acne-prone skin, hemp oil is the holy grail. It is non-comedogenic, optimizes sebum production and significantly helps in the fight against pimples and blackheads. In addition, it reduces the formation of dry spots after acne, relieves inflammation, redness, and even copes with fine wrinkles.

Argan oil – It is not called liquid gold for nothing. It is great for both hair and skin care. But you might be surprised that it is also non-comedogenic and perfect for treating oily skin. It hydrates, has an excellent effect even on irritated or dry or cracked skin. If you suffer from sensitive skin and rashes, argan will help.

Sunflower oil – Until now, the choice of oils suitable for acne-prone skin seemed to make sense, but sunflower oil for acne, really? Yes, he is great! Sunflower oil is non-comedogenic, full of vitamin E and also linoleic acid, which (among other things) greatly facilitates skin healing. And that's handy if you're bothered by pimples!

Shea Butter – Maybe another surprise. Shea butter, like the oils mentioned above, is non-comedogenic and also slightly protects the skin from UVB radiation, making it ideal for use in a day cream.

Rose water – Not only does it smell wonderful and hydrate, but it also reduces the formation of acne, eczema and helps heal scars and wounds.

Tea Tree oil – Because the rose water will give the cream a beautiful delicate fragrance, there is no need to add essential oils to it. But if you suffer from moderate to severe acne, definitely add ii tea tree essential oil to the cream, it can do wonders for acne-prone skin!

Olivem – Olivem is a natural based emulsifier derived from olive oil by esterification with sorbitol. It works great in making skin creams, which are then creamy, very nourishing. It leaves a protective film on the skin. It is suitable for creams for acne prone skin.

Leucidal – Leucidal is a natural preservative that is produced by fermenting radishes. It contains peptides with highly antibacterial properties, is non-irritating, antibacterial and antifungal, and therefore suitable for use in products for sensitive skin. The cream lasts up to 3 months with it.

How to do it?

- 40 g of distilled water

- 25 g of rose water

- 10 g of sunflower oil

- 5 g of argan oil

- 5 g of hemp oil

- 5 g of shea butter

- 5 g of rosehip oil

- 5 g Olivem 1000

- 4 g Leucidal

Prepare a water bath and heat distilled water and rose water in it. In the meantime, weigh the butter, oils (except essential, if using) and emulsifier Olivem 1000. Weigh directly in a bowl that you can slide into a water bath. Then heat the bowl with the oils and emulsifier in a water bath until everything dissolves and mixes well. Then mix the heated waters with the heated oils. Mix well. As the mixture cools, it will harden and turn white. (If you don't get a nice cream, try mixing everything directly in a water bath, usually insufficient temperature is to blame ). Allow the mixture to cool. Then add the preservative and essential oil. Transfer the cream to the selected 100 ml container. For example, in this airless bottle, thanks to which bacteria and other critters can't get in.

Rosehip anti-wrinkle serum for mature skin

It's ready in a minute and can do wonders for the skin!

What's up - besides rosehip oil?

Vitamin E – Vitamin E is the most important antioxidant in the body. It protects against the effects of harmful radicals, strengthens cell regeneration and rejuvenates the skin. Thanks to its properties, it is great for use on mature and stressed skin. It plays a key role in the protection of skin cells and membranes. Provides deep hydration to the skin and helps reduce the appearance of wrinkles. In addition, it acts as a preservative, prevents oils and butters from going rancid and extends the life of products.

Carrot oil – It contains beta carotene, vitamins A, B, C, D and E, which makes it an elixir for mature skin. It perfectly nourishes, helps maintain skin elasticity and regenerates skin cells. It has a beneficial effect on tired skin. The cartenoids contained in it also protect the skin from sun damage and free radicals.

Lavender essential oil – Acts as an antiseptic and regenerates skin cells. Perfect for dry, mature and sensitive skin. And it smells wonderful!

Natural lemon essential oil – Perfectly complements lavender, refreshes, cleans the skin and enhances the effects of the serum. But remember that you should not sunbathe after using it on your skin. Therefore, apply the serum to the skin only in the evening, or skip the lemon essential oil.

How to do it?

- 60 ml of rosehip oil

- 1 teaspoon of vitamin E

- 4 drops of carrot oil

- 2 drops of lavender essential oil

- 2 drops of natural lemon essential oil

And here it is really simple! Mix all ingredients in a suitable bottle. Roll-on bottles or packaging with a pipette are perfect for oil serum. You won't get more than you need and the application is very pleasant (just don't forget to adjust the amount if you use bottles with a smaller volume).

Nourishing cream for dry skin with rosehip oil

If your skin is dry, peeling or flakes form on your face, this thick cream will be the right one for you. It is excellently nourishing and its composition will suit both mature and younger skin. And it's ready now!

What's up - besides rosehip oil?

Beeswax – Softens, softens and protects the skin. It has excellent antioxidant properties and is rich in vitamin A. Among other things, it ensures the right consistency and wonderful aroma in our cream.

Mango Butter – A great natural emollient with excellent moisturizing and emollient properties. It nourishes the skin beautifully and provides protection against further drying and damage.

Almond oil – It is also suitable for the care of mature skin, dry to cracked skin, normal and mixed skin, but also for skin prone to acne or eczema. It has strong soothing and regenerating effects, does not leave a greasy feeling.

Patchouli essential oil – Works great on dry, mature and cracked skin as well as some types of dry eczema. It promotes healing and helps prevent scarring. Restores tissue and regenerates skin cells.

How to do it?

- 2 tablespoons of rosehip oil

- 1 spoon of beeswax

- 1 tablespoon of mango butter

- 60 ml of almond oil

- 1 teaspoon of vitamin E

- 10 drops of Patchouli

Melt the beeswax, mango butter and almond oil in a water bath. When everything is liquid, remove from the heat and let it cool for a while. Then add rosehip oil, vitamin E and essential oil. Put it in the fridge for about 20 minutes so that the mixture cools down and hardens a little (make sure it doesn't harden completely, you still have to dip your finger into it). Then beat with a beater or hand mixer to a creamy consistency. Store in a glass or metal container.

Raw materials
Sunflower oil
Rose water
Tea Tree oil
Carrot oil
Lavender essential oil
Natural lemon essential oil
Patchouli essential oil
Mango Butter
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