Scented Rosehip Oil
The restorative oil with a pleasant fragrance
Restorative oil with a pleasant scented fragrance that helps regenerate and nourish skin and effectively counteracts wrinkles, repairs and reduces the appearance of scars and prevents the signs of aging.
MARNYS® Scented Rosehip Oil: the scented restorative oil. Oil extracted from rosehip seeds (Rosa moschata).
- 100% plant-based oil.
- 100% from Chile.
- Balanced composition of Omega 3, 6 and 9, which helps improve skin regeneration and nourishment.
- Effectively counteracts wrinkles, repairs and reduces the appearance of scars.
- Scented Rosehip Oil contains 100% natural essential oils.
- Light and smooth texture.
- Quickly absorbed by skin.
- Suitable for face and body.
Ideal for dry skin.
Rosa moschata oil, Parfum*, Tocopherol, Beta-sitosterol, Squalene, Glyceryl Linoleate. Contains: d-limonene*, linalool*, geraniol*, citronellol*, citral*. *Occurs naturally in essentials oils.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATIONStore in a cool, dry place, away from light. Patch testing before use recommended. Keep out of the reach of children. External use only. Avoid contact with eyes. Avoid using immediately before sun exposure.
HOW TO USEGently massage the oil into damp skin in the morning and/or at night until it is fully absorbed. Can also be applied directly to dry skin.
PRESENTATION50 ml glass spray bottle
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