Organic Rosehip Oil
Rosehip Oil, Rosa rubiginosa, has been used for centuries to treat wounds and inflammation. Rose hips are the seed pod left after the rose petals fall off.
It contains omega-6 essential fatty acids and vitamins A and C, which work to increase cell turnover. The retinoic acid found in Vitamin A helps improve fine lines and wrinkles, while the antioxidants and omega fatty acids protect cells from damage. It easily penetrates dry skin to restore needed moisture and help delay the effects of aging. It is also high in linoleic acid which may also help acne-prone skin.
When used as an ointment or topical cream, rosehips oil promotes healing of eczema, rosacea, dermatitis and burns, including radiation and sunburn. It has been known to diminish stretch marks and sunspots and work wonders on scars from surgery and acne.
We use virgin, unrefined, organic rosehips oil. Unrefined oils have not been bleached or deodorized and retain their natural scent, color and nutritional benefits.
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