Rosehip Oil originates from the fruit of wild rose from the mountain valleys of Andes in southern Chile. The fruit of this wild rose contains essential fatty acids (linoleic acid, linolenic acid, oleic acid) which plays an important role on the biochemical procedure for the regeneration of the skin tissue caused especially due to wound scar, burn scar and prematurely aging skin.
On the 1st and 2nd week of application: Apply Rosehip Oil on the scar surface after washing and cleansing it. Apply the Rosehip Oil only once a day (during evening) with a minimal amount of Rosehip Oil and give a mild and gentle massage on the scar area for 2 to 3 minutes until it has completely absorbed.
On the 3rd week and onwards: Apply Rosehip Oil on the scar surface after washing and cleansing it. Apply the Rosehip Oil twice a day (during morning and evening) with a minimal amount of Rosehip Oil and give a mild and gentle massage on the scar surface for about 3 minutes until it has completely absorbed.
For newly healed wound scars, it will take 3-4 weeks to see improvement on the scar surface. Whereas for old scars, it will take a longer period of time to see improvements due to the large mass of dead skin tissues that requires to be revitalized by the continuous usage of the Rosehip Oil that will repair and regenerate the skin tissues.
Do not apply Rosehip Oil on open wound or on areas with acne and pimples.
For newly healed wound scars, apply Rosehip Oil 15 days after the wound has fully healed.
Minimal amount of Rosehip Oil shall only be applied on the scar surface so as not to cause irritations. If irritation occurs, stop the usage of Rosehip Oil and consult your doctor.
Rosehip Oil bottle should be sealed tightly after using and be kept in a cool place and avoid exposure from direct sunlight.