Updated: Dec 2, 2020
Most Rosehip Oils come from wild plants grows in Chile. Originally, it was used by the Mayans and Native Americans for its healing properties.
Rosehip oil is a high ratio of linoleic, alpha-linolenic, and oleic acid. This combination makes it an anti-inflammatory and antioxidant to neutralize oxidative stress.
Here are the main benefits of Rosehip oil:
1. It moisturizes your skin
Many people who regularly use rosehip oil note that their skin is less dry, which makes sense considering the free fatty acids. Linoleic acid is an essential component of ceramides, the skin’s main moisturizing element.
2. It’s help tackle eczema
The phenols in the rosehip oil have antibacterial, antiviral, and antifungal properties. To those patients with eczema-prone skin, this product may benefit them in both re-hydrating the skin as well as preventing infections commonly seen in eczema.
3. It can help reduce skin pigmentation
Retinoids in rosehip oil, such as trans-retinoic acid, help to lighten the pigment. They also speed up cell turnover, which results in a brightening effect.
4. It fights acne
Rosehip oil has antibacterial, antiviral, and antifungal properties. Also, Retinoids have a similar effect to Retin-A. The anti-inflammatory effects of rosehip oil calm redness and reduce cysts.
5. It may help with stretch marks
A recent study on stretch-mark prevention comes out as: Amazing! Women who used the oil throughout their pregnancies were less likely to develop stretch marks, and those who already had them found that they did not get worse.
6. Natural product without any preservatives and chemicals.
Let’s face it. Most high street creams are full of harsh preservatives and chemicals including paraben. Studies show that this chemical can into our body via small capillaries. If not all above reason is worth to try Rosehip Oil, the last one should make worth it.