Chances are if you look at the ingredients of your moisturizers, you’ll see rosehip oil pretty high up on the list. So, why bother with the lotions and creams when you can get the best rosehip oils and use them directly on your skin? We looked at some of the best brands and top rated products to put together this rosehip oil buying guide. Before we get to our products, let’s look at some of the features you need to know.
Organic: Some of these products have been certified as organic by the USDA so you can trust that they really are what they claim to be. Remember, though, an oil doesn’t have to be organic to be effective.
Cold Pressed: Cold-pressed basically means that the oil was extracted without the addition of any heat. That’s important because heat can potentially change the effectiveness of these oils by changing their chemical properties. No heat, no changes.
Unrefined: Refining an oil is done by filtering and straining the oil and involves adding a bit of heat. Refined oils could lose a little bit of their effectiveness but they don’t have any harsh chemicals or other chemicals added in.
Omega Acids: Omega acids are good for your skin in a few ways. Mostly because they help regulate oil production and boost hydration. These oils are effective without them but think of omega acids as an added extra added bonus.
Warranty: We were surprised by how many of these oils came with a warranty. Some of them are pretty generous, too! If you’re not sure about rosehip oil or if you’ve never tried one, a warranty is a good choice.
Weight: This is how much oil you get with your purchase. There is such a range with the weights of these products, they range from 0.5 ounces to 4 ounces. Keep this in mind when comparing prices.
Now that you know what important features to look for, let’s take a look at our rosehip oil review. If you’re in a hurry, the best place to start is with our top and budget picks. That way, you’ll get a good idea of the range that’s available. Stick around until the end if you can, all of these products are pretty great and deserve a closer look. So, which rosehip oil is best? Let’s get started and find out.
Expert Researcher and Writer
Samantha Dewitt is a lead researcher and writer for GeekWrapped, writing under a pen name. She gets excited about pet, baby, and science products and has over 12 years of experience.
Article last updated on:
September 30, 2019