The properties of Rosehip Oil are the product of its high content of essential fatty acids, noble substances essential for areas in which there are high rates of proliferation of new cells, such as those on the face.
Its uses and applications range from the regeneration of damaged tissues (treatment of skin affected by burns or exposed to radiotherapy or other treatments...), the delay in the appearance of premature aging lines, eliminating shallow wrinkles and preventing its formation, until the reduction and elimination of skin blemishes. In addition, scientific studies carried out on the properties of the oil have shown its high effectiveness as a healing agent in both scars caused by surgery, burns and other conditions that cause premature skin aging.
In addition to its effects on the outer layers of the skin, Rosehip oil also vitalizes the cells of the inner layers, reinvigorating the fibroblast, cells that produce collagen and elastin, responsible for the firmness and elasticity of the skin.
In short, Rosehip oil acts at different levels of the skin, provides flexibility and emollient to the skin surface, notably improves surface hydration as it acts on the Natural Moisturizing Factor, reinforces and multiplies the barrier of ceramides inside the epidermis reducing the loss of water in the skin and due to its high penetration it also affects dermal changes that favor deep hydration of the area of ??the skin where wrinkles occur. In other words, the rosehip notably improves the general hydration of the skin by activating the three skin barriers.