Organic Rose Hips
Rose Hips, Rosa spp, also known as hipberries, are what remain after the petals fall off. Packed full of Vitamin C and bioflavonoids, rosehips have been used for centuries by the Incas and Native Americans as a treatment for many skin ailments.
South Americans have used Rosehips for generations to treat dry skin, help reduce signs of premature aging and fade blemishes such as pigmentation spots, acne scars, and sunspots. It is the natural vitamin C, in the form of essential fatty acids, which retains and attracts moisture for healthier and more youthful-looking skin and is believed to provide remarkable tissue-regenerating and rejuvenating effects.
In hair care, oil infused with rose hips seed strengthens the hair shaft.
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