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    Organic rose hip oil

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    Ideal alone locally on mature or problem skin. For a more extensive use, most often mixed with argan or apricot kernel oil, which is more neutral because this oil is powerful.

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    Rosa rubiginosa or Rosa canina, 0.2% Tocopherol, 0.2% Helianthus annuus seed oil Vegetable oil extracted by first cold pressing of seeds Origin : Bulgaria/Africa/South America/Poland depending on the batch Main constituents: linoleic acid, 53.60 linolenic acid, 21.10 As the production of rosehip oil from Chile has been greatly reduced, demand has logically shifted to rosehips from the European continent, of which the Chilean rosehip is only one of many varieties. Although it is of European origin, we have no problem attributing the name "rosehip" to this oil, in which the two major essential fatty acids, linoleic acid and linolenic acid, are found in almost identical quantities. The same aroma and the same discreet colour of the Chilean oil are found here. Rosehip oil is known for its deep cell regeneration action. It is very rich in polyunsaturated fatty acids of both families: omega 3 and omega 6 - it contains a fairly active form of vitamin A. It has remarkable cell regeneration properties. Its applications are innumerable: devitalized, dry, cracked, flaky, blotchy, hyperpigmented skin, stretch marks, recent and old scars, age spots, sunburn, acne, eczema, psoriasis, bedsores... In aromatherapy, this excipient is far from neutral and is of course reserved for dermatological compositions. In the particular case of the treatment of "orange peel skin", you will use it to keep the skin firm, simultaneously with the action of the EO. It is also used internally: for an action favourable to cardiovascular comfort, to female hormonal balance...

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