Rosehip oil is considered one of the most potent natural regenerators, can be used on the body or face to reduce imperfections caused by aging. Due to these properties it is widely used to treat skin irritations and sunburn. Can be used by babies. Moisturizes and softens the skin.
Therapeutic Indications of Rosehip Oil
- Treatment of burns;
- Suture healing;
- Moisturizing the skin, especially very dry and rough skin, as it is rich in oleic and linoleic acid and vitamin A which has a regenerating effect on the skin;
- Attenuation of old scars and stretch marks;
- Eliminates and attenuates skin blemishes;
- Diaper rash;
- Psoriasis and skin dermatoses;
- Mitigate and disguise wrinkles and expression lines;
- Prevent premature skin aging;
- Lightens the skin;
- During pregnancy, it helps to prevent the development of stretch marks and is recommended for use at least twice a day.
Not for use on open wounds.
Rosehip oil contains carotenoids, vitamin A and a high concentration of vitamin C (known for its rejuvenating and repairing properties) and 77% essential fatty acids.
Scientific explanation for the mode of action of active ingredients
Essential fatty acids are of utmost importance for skin tissue regeneration. These acids attract and retain moisture, making skin younger, healthier and more elastic in structure.
One of the main ingredients of rosehip oil is also retinoic acid (vitamin A), which directly affects skin cells and helps skin renewal and repair. Rosehip oil has incredible rejuvenating properties and the ability to slow the signs of premature aging, regenerate the skin and reduce fine lines and wrinkles.
- Apply a few drops on the skin.
- Massage the skin in a circular motion for 2-3 minutes until the oil is completely absorbed into the skin.
- Apply 3 times a day.
- Best results if used every day for at least one or two months.