The goddess rosehip

You might have heard of the word rosehip before but do you know what it is?

Rosehip is actually the fruit of a rose plant! 

You probably would not have guess that such a small little red fruit could restore skin youthfulness, repair and protect. Rosehip provide a long list of benefits and have been used since the ancient times!

Fun fact! It was being shared that rosehips have been used by the ancient Egyptians, Mayans and also the Native Americans because of its superpower healing properties.

Why is rosehip good for our skin?

Firstly, it is a natural ingredient. Who would prefer harsh chemicals over natural ingredient isn't it?

As shared above, it have superpower healing effect. With it's chemical structure, rosehip is rich in essential fatty acids - linoleic (omega 6) and linolenic (omega 3) fatty acids. Not forgetting, it contains vitamin C which is a popular known vitamin to brighten up your skin.

With that being said, rosehip enriched in vitamins, antioxidants and essential fatty acids, it benefits our skin by correcting the dark spots, reduce scars and fine lines, hydrates skin and reduce itchiness with the hydration.

Age-defying properties

As you may be aware of, our collagen production slows down as we aged. The vitamin C in rosehip could actually help to stimulate collagen production in our skin. This is supported by the research done by US National Library of Medicine (US NLM).

Prevention / lightening dark spots

Pigmentation is not uncommon. It is caused by the UV rays of the sun. (This is why sunblock is important!) With the antioxidant properties in rosehip, it helps to reduce the production of the pigmentation and the vitamin C in rosehip will help to lighten the dark spots. 

Reduce irritation and inflammation

With rosehip's moisturizing property, it helps to reduce the irritation and redness. The antioxidants will calm the bumps and pimples and fade the visible blood vessels too. On the other hand, the fatty acids improve the skin's flexibility and helps in skin repairing too!

Boost immunity

Better skin barrier means skin protection against bacteria! The antioxidants and fatty acid is crucial to protect your cell membranes from breaking down. With healthy skin cells, it acts as a skin barrier to protect your skin from bacteria, which can lead to pimple outbreaks or even skin infection! US NLM have also done research to prove that rosehip could strengthen your cells, and this means that you delay the appearance of the wrinkles. 

Amazing isn't it on how a small fruit plant like this can benefit your skin? You may also wish to check out our Rosehip Seed Nourishing Serum which contain concentrated Rosehip Seed Extract to give you a firmer, smoother and more youthful look.