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What Makes Rosehip Oil The Queen Among Oils?
Well, ask any dermatologist what therapies work best to renew skin, and his/her solutions would include Vitamins C and A topical application.
However, it's very difficult to find a stable form of Vitamin C that could reach deep enough into your skin to do any good at all. And laboratory synthesized trans-retinoic acids (Vitamin A derivatives) have harsh side effects.
It's no accident that our organically grown and tested formula contains essential fatty acids, a high
concentration of bio-available Vitamin C and natural tretinoin, a derivative of vitamin A.
In this natural state as part of a complex system of unsaturated essential fatty acids, these nutrients' actions are controlled and slowly released by nature, eliminating risk of overdoses or harsh side effects thus helping to boost collagen and elastin levels for smoother, firmer skin.
To this treasure trove of nutrients, we enhanced our proprietary organic Rosehip Renew formula with oils such as inophyllum calophyllum, centella, chamomiles, cistus, rose, violet and others for their abilities to penetrate the dermis layer of the skin, hydrate and detoxify, reduce pores, reduce inflammation and strengthen the capillary walls.
This topical vitamin c formula is ideal for sensitive and allergic skin conditions and for those who wish to treat spider veins, varicose veins and over exposed skin. Rosehip oil has even been tested on old scars and improvement was noted in all cases.
Overnight this light oil formula allows your skin to breathe, while it repairs itself and generates new cells - a real "beauty sleep".
Recommended Usage: Cleanse your face (or any area you wish) with our Organic Bath and Shower Gel, followed by a spritz of our Organic Rose Water Skincare Facial Toner. Allow to dry slightly, but while face is still moist, gently massage 3-5 drops of Rosehip Renew into your face (don't forget your neck, too). Apply morning and evening and several times throughout the day if you are targeting both new and old scars or keloids.