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Kosmea Organic Rose Hip Oil is for the treatment of minor skin disorders.
May relieve the symptoms of eczema, aid in the repair of skin tissue, assist healing of acne scarring, dry sensitive and sun damaged skin. Smoothes wrinkles, helps reduce the signs of ageing, wounds and scarring associated with minor burns and sunburn.
Suitable for all skin types and ages. It has been proven to be an effective treatment in assisting problems such as: * scars; * wrinkles; * burns; * eczema; * dermatitis; * psoriasis; * pigmentation; * stretchmarks; * acne & scarring; * dry, sensitive skin; * cradle cap; * nappy rash.
Apply 3-4 drops to slightly damp skin morning and night after cleansing and before applying your daily moisturiser. Applying to slightly damp skin will allow for the oil to absorb quicker and deeper into the skin. Applying straight after stepping out of the shower, or dampening your skin with Kosmea’s Hydrating Rosewater Mist is our tip!
QCPP accredition details:
Virginia. 1806 Sandgate Rd, Virginia Qld 4014. Proprietors – Sam Gance and Jeffrey Wasley. Pharmacist available - Monday to Friday 8am to 7pm (Qld time) Saturday and Sunday 9am to 1pm (Qld time)
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