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Natural Sourcing Debuts Mutifunctional Rose Hip Seed Oils
Posted: July 17, 2013
Natural Sourcing has introduced a range of rose hip seed oils for anti-aging, moisturizing, anti-acne and skin healing benefits. The fruit oils (INCI: Rosa Canina/Rosa Rubiginosa Seed Oil), which include Organic Rose Hip Seed Oil Deodorized, Decolorized Organic Rose Hip Seed Oil, Conventional Rose Hip Seed Oil Deodorized and Decolorized Conventional Rose Hip Seed Oil, have been found to regenerate skin cells, reduce the appearance of scars and wrinkles, and improve skin color and tone.
Rose Hip Seed Oil is a stable, highly penetrating oil that leaves no greasy residue. The natural content of Vitamin A increases cell turnover and accelerates skin regeneration. These properties make Rose Hip Seed Oil ideal for anti-aging formulations and the treatment of damaged skin cell. As a natural anti-inflammatory, it can be effective in formulations intended for acne and rosacea. Rose Hip Seed Oil is rich in omega-3, omega-6 and omega-9 fatty acids. It is a natural choice for moisturizers and hydrating formulations. Its noteworthy content of antioxidants and vitamins C and E helps to brighten the skin and reduce skin discoloration.
The oils are recommended at 1-100% in skin care, lip care, hair care, cosmetics, massage and aromatherapy.
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