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Rosehip Oil Cosmetics

Rose hip oil comes from the seeds of a specific variety of rose, Rosa aff. Rubiginosa or Rosa Moschata. A cold-press extraction method separates the oil from the hips and seeds. The delicate oil rose hip oil offers several benefits when applied externally on the skin due to its primary constituents: essential fatty acids, vitamin E, vitamin C and B-carotene, a form of vitamin A.

Inside Pure Rosehip Oil

The magic is in the ingredients. Rose hip oil contains a list of anti-aging, skin boosting properties that put it at the top of the list for an everyday practice that can, over time, have a significant impact. Some of the active ingredients in rosehip oil include:

  •     Vitamin C - Vitamin C is a powerful supplement for boosting the immune system and tissue repair.
  •     Lycopene - Mostly found in red fruits or vegetables, lycopene is a potent antioxidant that works both internally and topically.
  •     Vitamin A - This is also known as Retinol and is a staple in most skin products.
  •     Omega 9 - A fatty acid, also called oleic acid, which works as an excellent skincare component.
  •     Beta-Carotene - A powerful antioxidant to stave off damaging free radicals.
  •     Omega 6 - Another fatty acid, also known as linoleic acid, which helps with inflammation and reduces fine lines.

6 Beauty Benefits

1. Re-Hydration - Because of its high amount of essential fatty acids, rosehip oil helps the skin hold moisture and reduce dryness. The more moisture in the skin, the less wrinkles show or form. A few drops of rosehip oil mixed with distilled water in a spritzer bottle makes for an excellent skin hydration tool.
2. Wrinkles - Rosehip oil is wonderful at diminishing wrinkles, and erasing fine lines, even from such delicate areas as eyelids and lips.
3. Glow - Rosehip oil can be used to bring a shine to the skin resembling a lively glow.
4. Fragrance - Pure rosehip oil can be used as a subtle, sweet fragrance. Dab a few drops on your neck and temples or keep a small spray bottle filled with the oil mixed with distilled water in your bag. Shake and spray onto your hair and neck. The smell is intoxicating.
5. Scars, Sun and Stretches - Stubborn scars from trauma or acne can be significantly reduced or smoothed out with daily rosehip oil applications. Rosehip oil can also help the skin repair itself after overexposure to the sun or accidental burns. Pregnancy has its badge of honor and one of them is stretch marks. Fortunately, immediate applications after giving birth, over time, will help shrink and in some cases, eliminate stretch marks considerably. In addition, scars caused from chicken pox are also excellent candidates for pure rosehip oil treatment.
6. Tone - Skin pigmentation problems or premature aging of the skin respond well to rosehip oil. Place a few drops on a cotton swab and dab on the affected area a few times per day.

Most of rose hip oil sold in the USA is not pure:  since this delicate oil need to be protected form light to avoid rancity, most manufacturers add preservatives to extend its shelf life.  In addition, they add fillers to "stretch" the amount of bootles they can obtain from each rosehip oil batch.  By doing this, they take away from the wonderful properties of the product to make esier and more profitable to store and sell!

Care from Nature is proud to bring to you the top labels of pure, unaltered rosehip oil and rose hip oil skin care products in the world:  apply to your skin only the best nature can give.

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