Properties of Rose hip Oil - What is it useful for?
We continue with the review of the best essential oils in the world (if you have not seen the properties of calendula oil, of sweet almond oil or of jojoba oil; we don't know what you're waiting for). Today is the turn of rosehip oil.
What is pure rosehip oil?
Rosehip, which is a wild shrub that grows mainly in Europe, Africa and America, especially in the region of Chile and Argentina.
The oil in this plant is harvested from its seeds and is packed with vitamins, antioxidants, and essential fatty acids that work wonders on the skin. It is high in linoleic acid, tocopherol, and carotenes.
A curious fact: despite its name, rosehip oil does not smell like roses. In fact, the smell of pure rosehip oil is quite strong, so if you want a scent with the scent of roses, we recommend that you take a look at perfumes such as Miss Dior (DIVAIN-582) or Fresh Rose Water by Adolfo Domínguez (DIVAIN-086).
WHAT ARE THE PROPERTIES OF ROSEHIP OIL?
Rosehip is an excellent skin regenerator, as it helps to eliminate spots, scars, and stretch marks. In addition, this product can also be taken in the form of tea. Among the properties of rosehip we highlight the following:
- Strengthens the immune system.
- Helps to lose weight.
- Prevents premature aging.
- Improves heart health.
Vegetable essential oils were already used by the Mayans and Native Americans for their healing properties, and pure rosehip oil is no exception. And it is that it has more vitamin C than an orange or a lemon!
Being rich in this vitamin, rosehip can help reduce ultraviolet light damage caused by free radicals, which is why it is widely used to regenerate the skin and treat blemishes. It also assists in the production of collagen, which helps prevent wrinkles and signs of aging, as well as heal wounds (surely if you have ever had a scar they have recommended that you apply this oil) and avoid dry skin.
Given such properties, this body oil is also used in other treatments such as aromatherapy, as it reduces blood pressure and respiratory rate, helping people to be more calm and relaxed.
Rosehip can be used twice a day, in the morning and in the evening. The most common way to use it is to apply it directly to the skin, so we recommend that if it is the first time you put it on, you do it in a fairly limited area, so that, if you are allergic (although it would be rare, rare), the damage is not very big.
Ah! And be sure to store it in a cool, dark place to avoid spoiling.
WHAT IS THE PURE ROSE MOSQUETA OIL FOR?
Rosehip oil has many benefits, so we recommend including it in your beauty routine. It is very effective in hydrating the skin due to its high levels of essential fatty acids, especially omega 3 and omega 6.
It is excellent for people with oily skin, as it is considered an ideal pure oil to fight acne. Its high concentration of linoleic acid is particularly beneficial for those who suffer from pimples and pimples. In addition, it is also used to treat hyperpigmentation or blemishes.
Although without a doubt, the following uses are the most popular:
ROSE MOSQUETA OIL FOR SCARS
This oil is rich in essential fatty acids and antioxidants, which are an integral part of tissue and cell regeneration. For this reason, this cream is used as a remedy that helps heal wounds, as well as to reduce scars, wrinkles and facial expression lines.
There are several experts who have confirmed these benefits of the cream. For example, in a study at the University of Barcelona, two groups of people with skin scars participated. Patients in one group were treated twice daily with rosehip oil.
After 12 weeks, the group that gently massaged rosehip oil for scars, experienced a significant improvement in the color and inflammation of their skin wounds, much more than the group that did not receive this treatment.
ROSE MOSQUETA OIL FOR HAIR
Rosehip oil is also ideal for hair, especially for the driest and most damaged. And it is that, thanks to its regenerative and moisturizing properties:
- Avoid flaking of the scalp.
- Repairs hair damaged by heat and color.
- Prevents dryness.
- Fight frizz.
- And make it look silky and shiny.
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ROSE MOSQUETA OIL FOR PREGNANCY
This oil is one of the best allies for pregnant women, as it helps reduce cellulite and prevent the dreaded stretch marks that tend to form due to skin tightening. To do this, simply apply a few drops of rosehip oil or cream on the skin every day and massage gently for a few minutes.
Although of course, not only pregnant women want to reduce stretch marks or prevent cellulite, so it is indicated for absolutely all those who want to do so. And it goes great, you'll see!