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Women, of any age group crave for beauty. While the definition of traditional beauty is pretty much debatable, the definition of a beautiful skin varies from region to region and from culture to culture.
However if we look beyond cultures, new thing that we will observe is the fact that a glowing skin fits into any definition of beauty. Thus, in an effort to adhere to this, women have always craved for a flawless glowing skin.
These days, there are a number of reasons that affect the skin condition of an individual. While some of them are innate (things like oily skin that results in outbursts of acne and pimples), the rest of it is environmental (exposure to sunlight, dust and pollution).
The combined effect of all of this is that the skin looses out its natural glow. This also results in a lot of skin problems like premature ageing, appearance of fine lines and wrinkles among others. In such a situation, any woman goes well beyond her capacity to garner enough money and spend the same on a host of beauty products.
Apart from being expensive, these products also contain a host of chemicals and artificial agents that in turn take a toll on the skin's health.
In order to achieve the ideal skin glow, a number of skin care products (like oil, cream, mask, face pack, shea butter, face masks, moisturizers and what not) are available in the market. However, more often than not, these cause more harm than good and leave the skin in a worse condition than what is was.
In order to avoid such a thing from happening, this article talks about how you can manipulate rosehip oil to your benefit and use the same to get a glowing skin.
• Enriched With Vitamins
Rosehip oil is filled with the goodness of Vitamins A and C. This allows the oil to give the skin a strong and protective boost, making it tackle things like pigmentation in the case of older women. The added advantage here is the fact that because of its light texture, this can be applied at any given time and does not give the oily feeling that is usually associated with traditional oils (like almond oil or olive oil). The presence of Vitamin A rejuvenates the skin from within and ensures that fosters the appearance of a natural glow.
• Brightening Role
Rosehip oil is an excellent cleansing agent. In order to use this, all that you have to do is cleanse your face with your regular face wash before you head for the bed at night. Once that is done, gently massage your face with a teaspoon of rosehip oil.
The astringent properties of rosehip oil will ensure that your pores are tightened and that you are left with a glowing skin. The effect of rosehip oil lasts for a long time and if you repeat this act every night, you do not really have to worry about having to apply makeup the next day.
• Provides Natural Glow By Firming Skin
Most people are aware that as a person ages, her skin tends to lose its glow. However, very few people are actually aware of the scientific reasoning behind the same. Frankly speaking, the main reason for this may be attributed to the fact that the skin loses its elasticity with the passing years. If you want to age gracefully and not let things like this affect you, what you can do is to take adequate precautions about the same (because once the skin loses its elasticity, it is practically impossible for us to undo the same).
One of the most effective ways by which you can do this would be by adding a few drops of rosehip oil to your daily oil massage schedule. While massaging with rosehip oil makes sure that your skin moves in an upward circular motion. This will ensure that your skin gets back its youthful glow and that you do not have to deal with any form of sagging of skin.
• Removes Dead Skin Cells
One of the probable reasons why you are not getting that natural glow that you have always wanted is probably because your actually glowing skin is covered by a layer of dead skin cells. In such a situation, getting that glow will be an easy task. All you have to do is to gently cleanse your skin.
Here, again, rosehip oil is something that will come to your aid. All that you have to do is take equal quantities of rosehip oil and baking soda and use the same to exfoliate the skin. The wonderful exfoliating properties of rosehip oil are such that in no time it gives the skin the natural glow and makes you look like a damsel with picture-perfect skin.
• Evening Out The Skin Tone
An uneven skin tone is another reason for the loss of glow of the skin. It makes one look dull and aged. In order to prevent such a thing from happening, what one can do is to use rosehip oil at least two times a day.
The presence of abundant quantities of vitamins and minerals in rosehip oil makes it one of the most effective skin toners amongst all the other options that are available in the market The feather on the cap is the fact that rosehip oil is cheaper as compared to most other skin tone-evening products available.
• Fading The Scars
One of the main factors that stop the skin from getting the natural glow that it deserves is the presence of scars. Rosehip oil is packed with a good quantity of anti-inflammatory fatty acids. These prevent oxidative damage to the skin by fostering the rebuilding of collagen in the skin. As a result, hyperpigmentation reduces and the skin gets a natural glow. Due to the same reason, rosehip oil plays an excellent role at tackling issues like the appearance of fine lines and even stronger scars like those of stretch marks.