100% Rosehip Seed Oil
What It Is100% Natural Rosehip Oil enriched with essential fatty acids. This powerful multi-tasker reduces the appearance of scars and stretch marks, eases the scalp and balances pH levels of the skin. PURA D'OR Rosehip Seed Oil is USDA Organic, 100% natural and enriched with essential fatty acids (Omega 3, 6, 9), as well as containing immense amounts of Natural Retinol Acid (Vitamin A) and Vitamin C. Rosehip Seed Oil's unparalleled offering is cold-pressed and unfiltered through extreme care and eco-conscious sources. Product Highlights: Helps reduce the appearance of scars and stretch marks Balances pH levels to ease skin Eases scalp and encourages healthier-looking roots. This Product is Great For: Helps moisturize dry scalp Reduces the appearance of scarring and stretch marks Helps create softer, smoother skin Replenishes nutrient content to skin cells Helps repair damaged hair Description 100% PURE. Cold pressed, unrefined with no chemicals added. Exceptional Quality. This 100% Organic Rosehip Seed Oil is manufactured using the highest industry standards. Body, Hair & Face Therapy. This pure, natural, organic oil improves the appearance of elasticity, and softens the look of ﬁne lines and wrinkles, while moisturizing dry scalp and replenishing nutrient content to skin cells, helping an array of skin types. Gentle, Yet Effective. To be effective to help all hair, scalp and skin types. Gentle enough for daily use. Science + Nature. All PURA D’OR formulas combine science and nature to deliver transformative hair and skin therapy. USDA Organic. Pesticide-Free. No SLS (Sulfates). No Parabens. No Artificial Colorants. No Synthetic Fragrances. No Harmful Chemicals, Gluten Free. Hypo-Allergenic. Imported from Chile. Color Safe.
Awesome Face Oil for Combination Skin!
What’s the first thing we think of when it comes to hydration? Water, Squalene, Essence...and a whole bunch of other things. But what about oil? I recently ran out of my DRUNK ELEPHANT - T.L.C. Framboos Glycolic Resurfacing Night Serum and I figured it was time to get my third bottle. The ingredients in the bottle help with removing dead skin cells, dryness, and help cell turn over. Little did I ask myself WHY my skin had dry patches and why the dry skin kept coming back. Like everyone else, I thought dry is dry, I’ll always have this and it’s normal. Then, I got breakouts from makeup and had to deal with additional problems. Little did I understand, I was only solving the symptoms and not the root of the problem. BUT THEN I DISCOVERED OILS! After using SUNDAY RILEY - Juno Antioxidant + Superfood Face Oil not only was I able to go without a moisturizer for two days(which is a lot for me), I was able to see my skin really improve over a weeks time! I didn’t have any dry patches and oddly enough, my redness on my cheeks weren’t as prominent! I don’t usually mind the redness because it gives me a natural “blush”. However, having less red cheeks means less time to spend on doing makeup, so it’s an added plus! I was wondering why this stuff worked so well. This blend has a mixture of oleic acid and linoleic acids, perfect for hydrating the parts of my skin that were dry and my acne-prone areas. Dry skin needs Oleic Acids and Oily skin needs Linoleic Acid. I opted for something that has both, because Acne/Combination skin needs a little bit of each oil. For the past two weeks, I have only used this oil or another face oil with TATCHA - The Dewy Skin Cream and have seen AWESOME improvement in my acne scarring and NO DRY PATCHES! I can even go without moisturizer for two days! If this oil is a bit spendy, I would also reccommend trying pura d'or - 100% Rosehip Seed Oil ! More on this oil in a later post!
pura d'or-100% Rosehip Seed Oil
Starting tretinoin and spironolactone
After 6 months of researching products and learning more about my skin and what works, I have finally found out the root cause of my acne. I feel like I’ve always had a good, consistent skincare routine. I’ve even made good lifestyle choices such as changing my pillow case every week, cutting out diary, limiting junk food, and drinking lots of water. However, I did not see any improvements with my skin. I mainly break out on my cheeks, chin, and jawline, especially when I’m on or about to start my period. I recently consulted a doctor for free thanks to my university’s student health services. She told me that this is hormonal for sure. I had been producing an excess of androgen hormones which lead to more oil production and eventually more acne. She prescribed me with spironolactone and tretinoin. I started taking these medications a few days ago. I think I’m in the purge period right now. I’m so glad I finally have closure on what has been causing my acne. I’ve never had serious acne problems in the past so this has been really frustrating. Current skincare routine: Morning: CeraVe - Foaming Facial Cleanser For Normal To Oily Skin CeraVe - Daily Moisturizing Lotion For Normal To Dry Skin CeraVe - Mineral Sunscreen Lotion SPF 30 for Face with Zinc Oxide Night: íUNIK - Calendula Complete Cleansing Oil CeraVe - Foaming Facial Cleanser For Normal To Oily Skin CeraVe - Daily Moisturizing Lotion For Normal To Dry Skin pura d'or - 100% Rosehip Seed Oil I also use the THE inkey LIST - Salicylic Acid Acne + Pore Cleanser every other night. If I need to subside a pimple, I would use Rael - Acne Healing Patch or the COSRX - Cosrx Acne Pimple Master Patch I’ve been taking spironolactone every morning and applying my .025% tretinoin every other night. I’m giving my skin time to adjust to the tretinoin so I will start applying it nightly next week. For those who have taken spironolactone or tretinoin: how long did it take for you to see less breakouts? And can I still use my salicylic acid cleanser while on tretinoin?
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The Most Relaxing 15min Deep Tissue Face Massage
YAY! BACK TWO MINUTES LATER 🤪 Here is a very inexpensive facial massage that your can literally do ANYWHERE. This massage helps in decreasing swelling, tightening the face by releasing sore face muscles, promote lymph drainage. I was inspired by the Gua Sha tool’s movements and the way it feels. Now you don’t have to buy the tool and just do it yourself! All you need is the knuckles of your fingers and a oil of your choice! I used pura d'or - 100% Rosehip Seed Oil to help with moisturizing, pigmentation, and acne. The oil helps in providing that nice slip so that your knuckles glide through your face muscles easily. I preform this massage after doing my basic skincare routine. You can break down your massage into 4 parts- jawline/cheeks, neck, forehead, sinus/eye area. Watch the video for a proper visual. You can alternate locations as you see fit. Make sure to focus on areas that feel more tight or swollen. Give yourself a 15-20 minutes massage and 5-10 minute rest after the massage to really see the benefits. Here are some benefited for massaging each location: Jawline/Cheeks This is the part that gets worked out the most. We use this area to show our emotions, talk, and eat. Massaging this area will decrease tension in the jawline. You’ll notice that it’ll feel “looser” and the contours of your face will show more due to decrease in swelling. Keep in mind that with all facial tools and massages, they are just that and are not to replicate plastic surgery results. Don’t expect to have a COMPLETELY different face after doing a couple massages. Forehead Massaging this area can help with headaches and migraines, as well as overall tension. Neck Your neck is the area containing most of your “facial” lymph ducts. Massaging this area promotes more drainage from the face. I’ve noticed my double chin become a wee bit less prominent when I focus on this area the most. Eyes/Sinus This and the jawline area are my favorite places to massage. Massaging this area opens up your nasal passages more and decreases the puffiness around the eye area. Make sure you are a bit more gentle in these areas because your skin is more delicate around the eye area 😊 You can use your index knuckle to massage both top and bottom of your eye by tracing the orbital wall of your eyes(aka the bone surrounding your eyeball). Tips: You’re putting enough pressure once you start to FEEL the muscles of your face. If you prefer a lighter massage, just decrease your pressure. It might feel uncomfortable to massage due to the muscles being tight or swollen. This is normal but it should NEVER be painful. 😊 Happy massaging! :D
pura d'or-100% Rosehip Seed Oil
TUMERIC + CHLOROPHYLL??
NOTE: I drank a bottle of wine and applied this mask so i can’t show the other half of my face 💃🏼 I’m back on the Cocokind train. I had tried this combo a few months back but got distracted trying other mask rotations. I’ve been told coconut oil is actually bad for your skin and a big pore clogger - which makes sense. So I was always hesitant to use it. BUT, I use it sparingly and I’ve only seen benefits. After I wash, I tone, & mist I apply the cocokind - Turmeric stick to problem areas. This ranges between large pores, blackheads and breakouts. Ends up being my whole face tbh. After this, I dump some of the cocokind - Chlorophyll mask powder and mix into my cute mask bowl ( i 🤍 pottery) with some water. I’m loving using brushes instead of my hands when I apply masks... i feel boujie and it feels right. After washing (I have to use a light cleanser to get ALL of the yellow off my skin) my face feels sooo fresh. I’ve started purging after using the The Ordinary - AHA 30% + BHA 2% Peeling Solution a couple days ago and the Cocokind combo is a great “rest day” mask. The result does feel a little dry but my skin feels brighter and tighter immediately! Dry is ok though because I follow this up with my heavier moisturizer and seal with 100% compressed rose hip oil - I use pura d'or - 100% Rosehip Seed Oil ✴️ I think the tumeric is actually the better product here even though the chlorophyll has the clout. The mask works well but is MESSY (maybe I’m just an animal) and I smell like a creature from the black lagoon. This ends up being a more time consuming mask rotation overall. I would definitely recommend for a refresh after using harsher products earlier in the week! Has anyone tried this? Is it worth the hype? 💚💚💚💚
pura d'or-100% Rosehip Seed Oil
HELP I’ve tried everything!
I’ve been trying to take extra care of my skin for the past 4 months but nothing seems to be working. Morning routine: CeraVe - Salicylic Acid Facial Cleanser The Ordinary - Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1% CeraVe - Daily Moisturizing Lotion For Normal To Dry Skin CeraVe - Mineral Sunscreen Lotion SPF 30 for Face with Zinc Oxide Night routine: THE FACE SHOP - Rice Water Bright, Light Cleansing Oil CeraVe - Salicylic Acid Facial Cleanser The Ordinary - Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1% CeraVe - SA Lotion For Rough & Bumpy Skin pura d'or - 100% Rosehip Seed Oil Every few nights, I alternate between Paula’s Choice 2% BHA exfoliant and the CeraVe Resurfacing Retinol in place of The Ordinary Niacinamide. In addition to this routine, I wash my pillow case every week, eat relatively healthy, and don’t wear any makeup. I also use The Ordinary - AHA 30% + BHA 2% Peeling Solutiononce a week for 10 minutes. I have acne-prone combination skin. My struggles are acne scars and bumps/texture on my cheeks. I’d especially like to know how to get rid of the bumps and what’s causing them. I also recently abstained from my actives for 2 weeks in hopes of my skin clearing up but that obviously didn’t work. I’ve been using my CeraVe products for almost 2 years. My skin only started breaking out more once I incorporated more products little by little. I don’t think this is considered purging because this has been going on for 3 months. I also don’t think this is maskne because I rarely leave my house. PLS HELP! I feel like I’ve done all I can. I can’t even see a dermatologist because I don’t have insurance. #help #helpmyskin
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Are you ready for fall?🕯🍂
I love rosehip seed oil, especially when the weather starts to change. It gives me a warm glowing feeling inside and out! pura d'or - 100% Rosehip Seed Oil Many people massage this into their face twice a day. I do this only at night before bed a few times a week for a boost. I use gentle massaging techniques from acupressure courses I have taken in the past. The idea is to move fluid from the center of your face and flow everything downwards. I can do a video tutorial on this later. I just purchased a Gua Sha and Jade Roller, so on the days where you are too lazy for a proper massage, there are great for working the oil into your skin! The Benefits of Rosehip Seed Oil Brightens dull acne prone skin Natural fatty acids moisturize Vitamin A and C help fine lines and wrinkles All of the natural fatty acids and vitamins help fight scars, (a Maskne recovery necessity! ) Astringent properties help tighten pores and brighten up skin Evens out skin tone and helps with hyperpigmentation Helps with elasticity and tightens skin If you don't have acne prone skin, and your skin is dry and flakey, mixing this with baking soda makes a wonderful exfoliating Facewash that doesn't dry out your skin. Although this is a fine product to use as a moisturizer for acne, if you use it as a cleanser you may find it doesn't clean out as much sebum as you need it to and it won't help prevent breakouts. It is amazing for dry skin that is not prone to acne though! If you are into natural skincare this is a clean and pure ingredient anyone needs in their routine💖✨
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