I initially was planning to get the Trilogy rosehip oil but I saw that this one was cheaper at Priceline so I bought this one instead. I wanted to get a rosehip oil because my skin was really irritated and dry and disgusting and I needed something to help it. I applied drop all over my face and on days when my skin were really dry, I mixed it in with my moisturiser. Personally, in my experience, this is not a miracle product. It did not help to calm and hydrate my suffering skin BUT once my skin heals, I will go back and try to use it again because my skin was originally irritated and poop-looking (I had to go to a doctor and was prescribed a cream so now it's in the process of healing). However I do not blame my yucky skin on the rosehip oil. BUT I did notice that it helped to effectively heal old scars from pimples that I popped, in fact it healed pretty quickly so I highly recommend this product to those with scarred-skin.
Just a note- your rosehip oil should be of a yelowy-orange colour and should not smell particularly good. Rosehip oil comes from the bud of the rose so that's why it doesn't smell like actual roses. Don't be surprised if it doesn't smell like roses, haha!
After using a rosehip oil sold at the health food shop and costing a little more than Sukin I thought I would give it Sukin go as it came with a free day moisturizer. It was thick and non absorbent and gave me dry patches and ended up in the bin as did the free day moisturizer that came with it.
A MUST HAVE! I was skeptical about using an oil on my face, but this oil is amazing! Use this twice a day. Has helped with my acne scarring :)
I don't have major problem with my skin. It is quite dry on my cheeks and around my mouth. I have a spot on my left cheek that just won't go away. I purchased this from Priceline when it was on a promotion at $19.90 with a free gift of the Sukin facial moisturiser. So i thought, heck why not. The moisturiser was a big disappointment. Now onto the oil, I've tried other oils before and enjoyed using oils in general. This oil in particular is not especially moisturising on my skin because my skin is dry even in summer now in Australia. But after 2 weeks of applying this every night, my spot started to fade. After 3 months of using it, the spot has totally vanished. I guess the anti oxidant that is said to be the main benefit of rosehip oil really worked. I apply this on a damp face after I spritz Avene thermal spring water all over my face. Instead of massaging it, I pat it on my skin gently and make sure it's soaked in and apply my night moisturiser. Amazing!! Try rosehip oil, not necessarily this brand.
I've only use Sukin rosehip oil but this stuff works miracles! Really good for cold weather skin problems (e.g. dry rash etc.) and other miscellaneous skin issues like dry patches & rashes. Goes on a bit greasy (it is oil..) but absorbs quickly and doesn't leave much of a residue.
Pretty good value for the multitasking rosehip oil :) It's around $18 AUD, probably cheaper than some of the other brands which do rosehip oil, such as Trilogy. continued >>
I quite like this stuff. When I used it initially I wasn't that taken with it because my skin was in a bit of a state but now its in better condition - this stuff is really working. Good price too. I can't comment how it compares to other brands since I've only used Sukin.
i use this with the Sukin Facial moisturiser and it really works! i use 2-3 drops and massage it into my face and it leaves me skin so soft and healthy. love it!!!
I had previously used and loved Trilogy's Rosehip Oil, but seeing that Sukin is quite a bit cheaper I gave it a go and it performed just as well.
Like with all other facial oils, I warm up 2-3 drops in my palms, then gently press the oil into my skin. It absorbs quickly, leaving my skin feeling soft, nourished and plump, and has never broken me out. Don't want to be without this.