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HOW TO USE
Moisten with plenty of water and rub with hands or on the skin to obtain foam and start cleaning.
– High regenerative power.
– Prevents stretch marks and wrinkles.
– Promotes collagen synthesis.
– Paraben free.
– Sulphate free.
Sodium Palmate, Aqua, Sodium Cocoate, Sodium Olivate, Glycerin, Parfum, Rosa Canina Fruit Oil, Geraniol, Citronellol, Alpha-Isomethyl Ionone, Benzyl Alcohol, CI 17200
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This oil is obtained from the seeds of the wild plant Rosa mosqueta or Rosa Moschata, which grows spontaneously in the Andes Mountains of Chile and Argentina, and whose scientific name is Rosa eglanteria L.
In addition to this, rosehip oil is able to reinforce the synthesis of collagen and elastin, deeply nourishing the skin and giving it firmness and elasticity, making it ideal for use on dry or flaking skin, leaving it soft and silky.
If you have dry, malnourished and blemished skin, rosehip oil is your best ally, as it has a very balanced composition of essential fatty acids, Omega 3, 6 and 9, antioxidant and vitamins A and C, which makes the tone more even, thanks to its great regenerating power, as well as stimulating the production of collagen naturally. It can also be used with your body cream.
Rose Hip Oil has a high power to treat scars, stretch marks and skin flaccidity. It also has a powerful firming, anti-ageing and moisturising effect on the skin.
It also has a regenerating and smoothing effect and reduces blemishes. This is due to its high content of polyunsaturated fatty acids, containing up to 49% linoleic acid and 34% linolenic acid, directly related to the synthesis of collagen. It is also rich in vitamins A, C and E.
Rosehip oil has beneficial effects on photo-aged skin. Exposure to solar radiation causes significant morphological changes in the skin (dermatoheliosis). Dermatoheliosis manifests itself in different forms and intensities, from superficial wrinkles or active keratosis to variations in the distribution of melanin granules.
Rosehip oil is characterised by its richness in unsaturated fatty acids, linoleic and linolenic acid, which are involved in prostaglandin synthesis, membrane generation, defence mechanisms, growth and other biological processes related to cell regeneration. This is why this oil is very useful for stimulating epithelialisation.
High in essential fatty acids, oleic acid, linoleic acid and squalene, which provide antioxidant properties and help restore the skin’s natural moisture levels.
Rich in antioxidant vitamins such as vitamin E, it helps to nourish, regenerate and soften the skin and hair. Thanks to tripterpenes and oleuropein, it has photoprotective qualities.