ROSEHIP PLUS Rosehip Oil 30ml
ROSEHIP Plus® source the oil from the highest quality seeds of the Rosehip berry (Rosa Canina) which are sourced the southern regions of Chile.
ROSEHIP Plus® Rosehip Oil contains naturally occurring bioflavonoids and essential fatty acids. Bioflavonoids act as potent antioxidants, helping to reduce free radical damage in the skin and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. The essential fatty acids (Omega 3,6 and 9) in the oil help to keep the skin hydrated, moisturised and younger-looking.
RosehipPLUS® Rosehip Oil is Australian Certified Organic and PETA approved.
RosehipPLUS® Rosehip Oil may help:
- Reduce the appearance of stretch marks
- Reduce the appearance of scars
- Maintain skin hydration
- Improve the appearance of dry skin
- Diminish the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
- Promotes skin elasticity and texture
- Repair sun-damaged skin
- Reduce the appearance of skin pigmentation
- Repair skin tissue as a result of burns
RosehipPLUS® Australian Certified Organic Rosehip Oil has been awarded Highly Commended Facial Serum in the Nature and Health Best in Beauty Awards 2017
Massage 3-4 drops of RosehipPLUS® Rosehip Oil onto cleansed damp skin on the face, neck or body, morning and night.
For maximum benefit RosehipPLUS® Rosehip Oil should be applied twice daily after cleansing with our RosehipPLUS® Organic Daily Cream Cleanser. Followed with either RosehipPLUS® Hydrating Day Cream or RosehipPLUS® Nourishing Night Cream.
- Certified Organic
- BPA Free
About Simple And Safe
Natural, simple, gentle, and safe ingredients provide precious care to nurture and protect skin. Loved by babies, children, and adults from rough and tumbles to sensitive skin. Let’s face it, families deserve to not have any worry about what is in their products. You deserve the confidence in knowing that you are providing the very best care for your home, your loved ones and your children. Rest easy, Simple and Safe is here to help look after your family.
The Simple and Safe store is run by Naturely Shop, this marketplace website. We source products from different suppliers and provide you with the best prices possible.
$7.99 flat rate and Free for orders over $120 Australia wide*.
For international orders, please enquire for a delivery quote. We use the best and cheapest courier company.
*For some bulky items, if the shipping cost is greater than $12, we reserve the right to ask for an additional shipping fee to cover our cost. We appreciate your understanding in these situations.
Packaging: With our mission to promote sustainability, we do not have nice branded packaging for parcels, instead, we reuse many carton boxes we got from our suppliers to pack your orders. In this way, these boxes are reused immediately instead of going through the recycling process. We hope you are fine with it and we encourage you to reuse them when you can.
We are confident that you will love your purchase, but in the unlikely event that you are unsatisfied, simply return it to us within 30 days from the date of purchase and we will issue a full refund or exchange.
Products must be returned in unused and re-saleable condition, in their original packaging.
Refund/exchange will only be issued after original goods are received.
Postage for sending goods back to us is not included. We kindly ask for our customers to organise their own return postage. We will, however, cover the delivery cost of sending out the exchange.
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