What is it made from?
Our rosehip oil is obtained by cold-pressing the seeds from the fruit of the rosa canina plant, grown organically in Chile.
Completely unadulterated and 100% pure - we don’t add any essential oils, preservatives or carrier oils to our rosehip oil.
How much should I use?
Just a couple of drops is all you need. Using the pipette, add two small drops to the palm of your hand and use your fingertips to pat onto skin. Allow to fully absorb.
Does it smell like roses?
No! True, unadulterated rosehip seed oil doesn’t actually smell of roses. That’s because the oil comes from rose hips, not the flower petals.
The scent of our rosehip oil is a bit like tea or dry grass. This natural earthiness is not to everyone’s taste, but it quickly dissipates when applied to the skin.
How should I store it? When does it expire?
Always store your oils out of direct sunlight. You can also keep it in the fridge. Remember to tightly close the bottle after every use. Best used up within six months of opening. Check the side of the bottle for the four-digit best before date.
Rosehip oil acts as an emollient barrier. It seals in moisture and should be the final step in your skincare routine after applying water-based products.
With clean hands, lightly press 1-2 drops of oil onto your face and neck, paying attention to dry and troublesome areas.
Rosa canina fruit oil
100% organic. 100% natural.
Country of origin: Chile
I love this oil, it's the favourite part of my routine. It leaves my skin with a gorgeous sheen and leaves it feeling super hydrated. I admit I love the smell of this oil, like a lovely grassy tea smell, it doesn't last long of you don't like it though. Putting this on morning and evening is my little moment of calm ❤️.
This is a lovely richer feeling oil which I use overnight. Beautiful colour too!
Being a recent convert to kri I gifted this to a rose hip oil user who loves it. Not sure what brand she used before but she says this is much better
I've been using rosehip oil for over 10 years and totally swear by it as part of my daily skincare routine. Kri rosehip oil is up there with my favourites. It has a light fragrance that's not as overbearing as some rosehip oils, the colour is a lovely golden colour that leaves a nice glow on the skin, and it absorbs beautifully as part of skincare and make up routine or on its own. I tend to prefer a facial oil at night rather than a moisturiser, which can feel heavy, and this is my go to oil at the moment. The 50ml bottle is a good price and lasts for months - highly recommended.