Amazing rosehip


A rose by any other name . . .

The dog #rose, Rosa canina, is a very special species of rose that should not be overlooked because of its common name. For its fruit contains high amounts of fatty acids, #antioxidants and #bioavailable #vitamins A,C and E. In fact, they contain so much vitamin C that during World War II the dog rose was grown in many victory gardens to make up for the lack of vitamin C-rich foods. Although loved by natives of #Chile and other South American countries for centuries, it is only recently that it is known to the rest of the world. Now the rosehip is highly sought for its #antiaging #skincare properties and easy assimilation into the skin.

In the 1980’s #rosehip seed oil was thoroughly researched for its ability to have significant, noticeable effects in regenerating the skin, reducing #wrinkles and #scars, helping the skin to regain its natural color and tone, and generally reversing the appearance of #sundamage. The oil has been used to successfully treat a long list of skin related conditions including: age spots, wrinkles, premature aging, sun damage, #eczema, #psoriasis, #dermatitis, hyper-#pigmentation, brittle #nails, dry and damaged #hair, and scars from #acne, burns and surgery. What’s even better is these scientifically-validated #beauty enhancing effects come in the perfect package, a sweet nutty-flavored oil which makes an excellent ‘dry’ moisturizer that won’t leave the skin feeling greasy or oily.

You can find this amazing ingredient at:
as the first and most prevalent ingredient in Pangea Organics’ #Himalayan #Geranium and #Pomegranate Facial Oil. Enjoy daily to reap the most benefits; many of the results listed above were noted after only four months of daily application.

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