My dry skin absolutely loves this under-$10 facial oil

Jamé Jackson
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I don’t know about you guys, but my skin has been stressed. As one of the few people who has allergies all-year-round, I’m used to my inflamed, sensitive skin needing extra love and attention.

Thankfully, I’ve been using the rosehip oil from The Ordinary for close to a year and I always see immediate results. Not only is the product affordable, but it’s truly a skincare lifesaver.

Shop: The Ordinary Rosehip Oil, $9.80

Credit: Ulta
Credit: Ulta

You’ve probably heard of rosehip oil before, but if you haven’t, your skin is definitely missing out. Loaded with tons of essential fatty acids, including linolenic acid which helps reduce inflammation, rosehip oil is a great option for hydrating dry, itchy skin. The oil also doesn’t clog pores, which means it absorbs into the skin quickly and allows the antioxidants to travel deep into the skin’s layers.

Additionally, rosehip oil is packed with vitamins A and C, which encourage skin cell turnover and aid in cell regeneration, boosting overall radiance.

One reviewer mentioned that this facial oil leaves their “face, neck and hands sooo soft, it is crazy.” Another reviewer, on the other hand, commented that the oil does hydrate for them, but “that’s about it.”

Needless to say, my skin and I thank this product. And for less than $10? My bank account thanks this product as well.

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