Rosehip oil is considered more effective than other herbal oils as it has smaller molecules of beta-carotene (Vitamin A), and essential fatty acids that are much like the skin’s own cell membrane, which enables the rosehip oil to penetrate deeper into the skin.
Insanely rich in vitamins A, C, and E, natural trans-retinoic acid, natural omega fatty acids (3,6 and 9), antioxidants such as lycopene and tocopherol, it’s like an All-Round Performer!
Rosehip oil is something you may have heard about, but never knew too much on it. Unlike rose water, which comes from the pressed petals of rose, it comes from the actual fruit and seeds of the rose plant.
It is available as a single-ingredient product, or it might be blended with other ingredients to create a serum or a multi-purpose oil for Skin & Hair.
For skin, it stimulates the production of collagen in the body. Collagen is the protein that forms the protective tissue in the body. It also helps improve the skin’s firmness and prevent fine lines by advancing collagen formation. High in beta-carotene it also promotes the renewal and growth of skin cells.
For scalp, its antioxidants work to strengthen the hair at the root. Our hair has a protective cuticle barrier, which unfortunately gets broken down by consistent heat styling. Shampoos and harsh weather, strip our hair of its natural oil which leads to damaged, dull and lifeless hair.
Rosehip oil conditions and nourishes the hair cuticle by filling in any cracks and keeping it well hydrated.
It forms that protective barrier and gives ultimate sheen to hair.
So now is the time to incorporate Rosehip oil in our Skin care and Hair care.
Products Containing Rosehip Oil