Rosehip Oil For Skin Beauty

He is an excellent ally in dealing with our skin and improve various aspects. It has a multitude of applications and is used to treat skin whatever the cause. It has a regenerative effect and refreshing which makes our skin, physiologically functioning at an optimal level. Rosehip Oil is extracted from a wild plant that contains vitamins A, E, C and B1 and B2. And what better way to give your skin the benefits of natural products. Because of its great power of regeneration is used as a natural remedy such as: Healing. To eliminate the spots on the skin.

Dim marks and scars. Improves the appearance of wrinkles and expression lines. Is an excellent remedy for curing and preventing burns from the same brand. Diminishes stretch marks. Improves symptoms of skin diseases like Psoriasis. It contains essential fatty acids such as linoleic acid, oleic acid, arachidonic acid, palmitic acid, stearic acid, myristic acid and acid erurico, that the skin needs to regenerate and maintain the proper functioning of cell membranes providing the same structural basis. It can be used perfectly as a preventive of the signs of aging such as wrinkles and against side effects that leaves the sun on our skin. It nourishes the skin with everything it needs to be radiant.

Besides keeping the skin hydrated. Not recommended for use in oily skin prone to acne, as the fat component of pure Rosehip oil will help with the symptoms and worsen the picture of your skin. He is successfully used to treat dry brittle hair giving it more force, endurance and hydration. How to use For use on the hair to soak a cotton ball with oil and passes it around the hair, covered with a cap, letting it act for 30 minutes to 3 hours, then washed with the shampoo we use normally. To treat burns spreads throughout the affected area or dropping a few drops on the area being treated. Regarding the preventive use can add a few drops to the cream of regular use. If do you have the record every day a month you will see very good results in combating wrinkles, stretch marks, lines and spots or scars on your skin. Gisel Trevis is Senior Editor of Magazine