Am I still using Rosehip Oil? (update)
My last update on rosehip oil was 2 months ago. During that time, I stopped using the oil on my skin. Ever since I stopped using it, I couldn’t tell a difference between having it in my skin care routine or not. No difference. From this experience, I wish rosehip oil worked for me, but it didn’t. This is another one of those things where it doesn’t work for everyone. Honestly, rosehip oil didn’t do anything for my skin as I hoped. For the rest of the product, I’ll have to use it on my body. lol. Does anyone else do that? Use products that don’t work on their face on their body? haha. Well, I do. Would I recommend rosehip oil? You can try it out, but for me it just didn’t work. My skin doesn’t do well with oils anyways. Oh well.
Check out my other reviews/updates on rosehip oil:
Rosehip Oil for Acne Skin
Update: Rosehip Oil for Acne Skin (8 weeks)
Update: Rosehip Oil for Acne Skin (15 weeks)
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