What makes Rosehip Seed Oil so special?

 

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In the fall, all of the roses that were not picked from their stems become a small fruit that becomes the seed for the next generation of roses. The oil extracted (cold-pressed of course) from these seeds has brilliant anti-aging properties and acts as a powerful antioxidant due to its high concentration of vitamin C. Scientists (study can be found here) extoll the benefits of the essential fatty acids in Rosehip Seed Oil, which strengthen cellular membranes and regenerate skin tissue – especially in the sensitive area around the eyes – while fading minor scars, burns and stretch marks.

  • High in omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids
  • High in beta-carotene and natural vitamin c
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Improves the skin’s overall appearance, but especially in regards to Stretch marks, Scars, Wrinkles and Dry patches

Both Emma and I have used this on our bellies during pregnancy and nary a stretchmark to be seen (this is also attributable to our mother’s genetics, but this oil sure helped). We often recommend it for double cleansing sensitive skin – it delicately removes debris clogging pores. And our nail expert friends highly recommended it for brittle, ill-growing nails.

We source and bottle a lovely and pure Organic Rosehip Seed Oil. Its deep amber color is a sign of freshness and potency.

By Molly Watman

{Image by Artist}

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