Freckles look like small tan or light brown spots on the skin. They mostly appear on the face but can also be be found on any part of the skin which is exposed to sunlight such as a neck and shoulders.

There’s no need for concern as freckles are natural and not harmful in any way.  Many people would like to get rid of their freckles but that is most likely for aesthetic reasons as these pose no health problems whatsoever.

Freckles are made up of skin cells which contain the pigment called melanin which is a chemical made up of skin cells called “melanocytes”.  The purpose of melanin is to protect the skin from the sun’s harmful ultraviolet rays by either reflective absorbing them. unfortunately freckles are triggered by the exposure to sunlight has the sun’s ultraviolet rays cause more knockouts to make more men than which cause the freckles to appear or become darker

Are basically anyone can have freckles they are generic which means that if your mum and dad had freckles there’s a good chance you’ll also have freckles.  Also freckles are mostly found on people with very fair complexions.

Certain people have freckles which actually fade during winter but then reappear in summertime.  A lot of people with also find that their freckles will fade as they get older.

Using Rosehip Oil to help Reduce Freckles

aloe vera and rosehip oil from rosehip farm

Ingredients:

  • 2-3 drops rosehip oil
  • 1/2 teaspoon aloe vera gel

Recipe

  1. Mix the oil and aloe gel together.
  2. Apply the mixture gently on the face and leave it to dry for 10-15 minutes.
  3. Gently rinse with lukewarm water and pat dry with a clean towel.

Frequency

Repeat this every day.

Why is Rosehip Oil so good for Freckles

Rosehip oil has many rejuvenating properties. These propertirs help to lighten the hyperpigmented areas on the skin, even out the skin tone and help to reduce fine lines and wrinkles. It contains sterols, tocopherols, and carotenoids that possess these properties.