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Rose Hip Seed CO2 - Organic


Details

  • Botanical Name: Rosa canina
  • Origin: Chile
  • Process: CO2 Total Extract
  • Plant Part: Seeds
  • Cultivation: Cultivated according to USDA NOP Organic Standards
  • Use: Body/Skin Care
  • Certificate of Analysis
  • MSDS

Product Name SKU Price Qty
  1. Rose Hip Seed CO2 - Organic Sample (20-30 drops) 888-3
    $2.00
  2. Rose Hip Seed CO2 - Organic 1/4 oz 888-6
    $9.00
  3. Rose Hip Seed CO2 - Organic 1/2 oz 888-7
    $11.00
  4. Rose Hip Seed CO2 - Organic 1 oz 888-8
    $14.00

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  5. Rose Hip Seed CO2 - Organic 2 oz 888-9
    $23.00

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  6. Rose Hip Seed CO2 - Organic 4 oz 888-10
    $40.00

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  7. Rose Hip Seed CO2 - Organic 8 oz 888-11
    $69.00

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  8. Rose Hip Seed CO2 - Organic 16 oz 888-12
    $122.00

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  9. Rose Hip Seed CO2 - Organic 32 oz 888-13
    $211.00

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Overview

Rose Hip Seed CO2 - Organic

A nourishing, fatty oil with high content of unsaturated fatty acids. Rich in vitamin C and bioflavonoids, making it an excellent addition to skincare preparations. Contains a small percentage of rosemary antioxidant to help maintain freshness.


Physical Appearance: Golden/orange carrier oil


Suggested Use: 5-20% Rose Hip Seed Oil in 80-95% Base Oil (ex: Sunflower Oil - OrganicJojoba Oil, Golden - OrganicFractionated Coconut Oil)


Storage Instructions: We recommend that this oil be stored in a refrigerator and used within 1-2 years of the purchase date.

 

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Customer Reviews for Rose Hip Seed CO2 - Organic

Homemade anti-ageing face serum Review by Mervat
I used rose hip seed oil mixed with jojoba oil as a base oil for my homemade anti-ageing face serum. Rose hip oil soaks into the skin easily and dose not leave a greasy feeling. it is a source of natural vitamin E and vitamin A. It is great for healing damaged skin, scars and fine lines.

(Posted on 3/6/13)
nice Review by peonies4c
In the past I have used Rosehip Seed Oil as one of my base oils but this can be used at a lower percentage with apparently higher efficacy. I also love that it's a CO2 and not a pressed oil. So much cleaner. Plus, it has a much more mild scent almost like tea rather than the traditional pressed / fixed oil which for whatever reason smells to me like mayonnaise. (Posted on 8/26/12)