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The RosehipPLUS range, hot off the shores of Australia and now available from John Bell and Croyden and Amazon. Certified organic cold pressed, every product in the range contains oil from the highest quality Rosehip seeds sourced from the Southern regions of Chile.


The oil is extracted from the seeds without heat, solvents or chemicals, guaranteeing the oil’s purity and quality. RosehipPLUS only use the seeds from the rosehip berry but some other oils can have a dark reddish hue, this is mainly due to the flesh from the berry being used. Rosehip Plus are the ONLY range to remove the flesh from the berry before pressing, hence it's warm golden colour.  This one-of-a-kind technique means that the maximum levels of nutrients are retained, ensuring that skin gets all the goodness from Rosehip Oil.



RosehipPLUS Rosehip Oil 15ml for £10.00, 30ml for £15, 50ml for £25 the oil is enriched with Vitamin A which works to fight the signs of ageing, Vitamin E – a powerful anti-inflammatory, Vitamin C – this gives skin antioxidant benefits, Omega 3,6 & 9, Lycopene and Beta-Carotene. The wonder oil also reduces the appearance of stretch marks and scars with its hydrating properties while also working to fight the signs of ageing by minimizing the appearance of fine lines and promoting skin elasticity.


RosehipPLUS Oil Boost Skin Roll On, £10, AllBeauty.co.uk

A global first, with its hygienic massaging roller ball, this revolutionary design allows you to target specific areas that require precision application of RosehipPLUS® Rosehip Oil. RosehipPLUS® Rosehip Oil is a 100% pure and natural Certified Organic Rosehip oil, cold pressed from the seeds of the Rosehip (Rosa Canina). It helps to support healthy-looking skin and can be used on the face and body. It is rich in naturally occurring vitamins, antioxidants and essential fatty acids.


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