Rosehip oil

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Rosehip Oil

Botanical Name of Rosehip:   Rosa moschata,

Synonyms:  Rosa rubiginosa, musk rose, rose hip seed oil

About Rosehip: Rosehip is a variety of rose which has been long known to mankind, though very little has been known regarding its origin. It is mostly found in the Himalayas, which are in Northern part of Indian sub-continent. Rosehip just like other rose varieties is a shrub and would grow up to three meter in height. It bears white flowers that blossom in late spring until late autumn. These flowers are best known for their musky smell. Rosa moschata ot Rosehip is not to be confused with Rosa brunoii, which is a closely related shrub but has very different therapeutic properties.

History of Rosehip: Hiprose is known to be commercially cultivated since 16th century AD in Persia followed by Greece and Rome. Currently there are many species of this shrub which are being cultivated all around the world. During World War II when there was serious shortage of citrus fruits in England, Hiprose were cultivated and used are alternative source of Vitamin C. Hiprose are known to have 60 times more content of vitamin C then in any citrus fruit. Hiprose are also used in many different traditional medicine forms including Chinese and Ayurvedic.  

Properties of Rosehip Oil: This extract is obtained from cold pressing rosehip seeds and has high content of Vitamin A and Vitamin C. Rosehip seed essential oil is combination of fatty acids which include: Linoleic acid, Linolenic Acid, Myristic, Palmitic Acid, Stearic Acid, Oleic Acid, Arachidic Acid, Gadoleic Acid, Eicosenoic Acid, Behenic Acid, Palmitleic acid etc.

Health Benefits and Applications Rosehip Oil:

Rosehip Oil is known to have number of benefits, some of the important ones include:

Skin care: Rosehip essential oil is renowned for its skincare benefits that include:

Repairs damaged skin cells
Skin burns including sunburns
Treatment of scars (including surgical scars) and acne
Hydrates the dry skin
Reduces wrinkles and benefits ageing skin
Treatment for eczema

Hair care: Presence of Vitamin E in this essential oil is beneficial for our hairs and provides them the required nourishment. It helps hair to improve texture.

Aromatherapy and Massage Oil: Numerous benefits for skin make it ideal to be used as massage oil and in various aromatherapy recipes.

Other therapeutic properties of Rosehip Oil that make it useful are: gets easily absorbed in the skin and it equally good for adult and babies, It can be applied on both dry and oil skin as it has balancing properties, anti oxidant, fragrant,  etc.

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Storage: Store in cool and dark place, Keep away from heat and spark

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