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Reasons to love Rosehip Oil

Reasons to love Rosehip Oil

In the run-up to Valentine’s Day, we wanted to share our feelings for the biggest love in our life… Rosehip Oil!

Pressed from the rosehips of a wild rose which grows high in the Chilean Andes, our Rosehip Oil isn’t an easy ingredient to harvest, but it’s definitely worth the effort. In fact, it’s been the beauty secret of South American women for centuries, and boasts so many benefits that it features in every single one of our products!

Here’s why…

It’s restorative

Rosa Mosqueta Rosehip Seed Oil is the most effective plant oil for skin repair and restoration, helping to fade the appearance of scars, stretch marks and sun damage.

This is because Rosehip Oil is a rich source of Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs) Omega 3, 6 and 9, which promote healthy cell regeneration at the basal layer of the epidermis. Over time, these healthy cells are pushed towards the surface to repair the skin.

It’s anti-ageing

Along with promoting healthy cell regeneration, Rosehip Oil is packed with skin-boosting nutrients which prevent oxidative damage, including vitamins A, C and beta-carotene.

These factors work together to reduce the visible signs of ageing, such as wrinkles and age spots. It’ll also make your skin radiant and dewy, giving you that sought-after youthful glow!

It’s hydrating

Dry skin? Not any more!

Whilst creams nourish the skin’s surface, oils can penetrate through layers of skin, helping to deeply nourish and restore. For the ultimate skin-softening treatment, we recommend massaging 1-2 drops of oil into the skin before applying your Day & Night Cream.

It’s so gentle

Our oil is 100% natural, and so gentle that you can use it on babies! Whether you want to use it on your baby bump to prevent stretch marks during pregnancy or to soothe your child’s dry skin, you can rest assured that it’s safe to use for everyone, and completely free of nasties.

It has plenty of uses

Along with being highly nourishing for the skin, Rosehip Oil can be used to revitalise dry hair, diminish dandruff, soothe sunburn and hydrate brittle nails. And don’t forget; it’s not just a moisturiser for the face - it’s great to use on the body too!

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