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The Benefits of Rosehip 🌿

Rosehip is a widely used ingredient in cosmetology because it is rich in fatty acids such as oleic acid, among others, as well as vitamin C and retinol.

Its most common use is in powder, oil or essential oil.

I love Rosehip 🤩! It works wonders for our skin and brings countless benefits! Come see some of its benefits.

Stimulates collagen production and helps with anti-aging

Rosehip is rich in Vitamin C and Beta-Carotene. Vitamin C stimulates the production of collagen in the body and Beta-Carotene is an antioxidant that promotes the renewal and growth of skin cells.

Treats inflammation and relieves redness

Rosehip contains fatty acids such as linoleic acid, alpha-linoleic acid, and oleic acid, which work as anti-inflammatory agents.

These can help treat inflammatory disorders like rosacea, atomic dermatitis, eczema, psoriasis, reducing redness and irritation, resulting in a decrease in symptoms.

Brightens, heals and moisturises the skin

Due to the fatty acids, rosehip is amazing for the moitsturizing boost that gives to weathered, dry and dehydrated skin. At the same time helps to form and keep the walls of skin cells strong and able to lock in moiture.

Vitamin C is also known to have a skin-brightening effect, giving to the skin a natural radiance.

Fights UV damage, dark spots and fades the appearance of scars

Fatty acids and antioxidants provide the unique ability to fight UV damage while treating pigmentation.

Antioxidants work to improve skin texture and tone and fatty acids prevent scarring and promote skin regeneration. Rosehip oil is excellent for minimizing acne scars, pregnancy stretch marks and many others.

The vitamin A present in rose hips can slightly even out the skin tone, helping to correct dark spots and smooth the texture.

Rosehip is one of the ingredients that make up our Glow Serum that promotes cell renewal and gives your skin a fantastic glow.

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