I like to wear rosehip oil at night, says Victorias Secret model Miranda Kerr, It is full of many antioxidants and it really works on a cellular level too to rejuvenate the skin. I put that on at night and I wake up glowing. And the 30-year-old mother isnt the only fan. The Duchess of Cambridge, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Victoria Beckham have all been reported to use rosehip oil to keep their skin smooth and blemish free.
Botanical Name : Rosa rubiginosa
Common Method Of Extraction : Distillation
Parts Used : Seed
Note Classification : Middle
Aroma : musty and sour
Origin : Andes, South America
Extraction: Rosehip seed oil is extracted from the native rose plants seeds that grow wild in southern Andes.
Chemical Composition: This oil contains provitamin A (mostly beta-Carotene), tretinoin or all-trans retinoic acid (up to .357 ml/L), and the retinol converts to a vitamin A acid. Moreover, the oil is rich in vital fatty acids, linolenic acid or omega-3, linoleic acid or omega-6.
.Uses: The Rosehip oil is comprised of essential fatty acids, linoleic, oleic and olenolin. This contains natural cretin acid (vitamin A derivative), which replenishes and helps reconstruct skin tissue & has anti ageing effect. This oil soaks into the skin easily and does not leave a greasy residue. This oil is an extremely powerful anti-aging agent. It reduces wrinkles, acne, scars sun tan damage and premature aging. It regenerates the skin and lessens discoloration. It helps in rejuvenating the skin and provides a natural shine. It is a superb hydrator, and penetrates dry or spoiled skin immediately. It reduces acne scars and lessens discoloration. This oil is also a powerful anti-aging agent, which reduces wrinkles and regenerates the skin.