Rose hip oil – made for natural beauty

Rose hip oil – made for natural beauty

Some know it as rose hip oil, other than wild rose oil or even rose hip seed oil. The oil is particularly popular with models and Hollywood stars like Gwyneth Paltrow and Victoria Beckham. Miranda Kerr even openly claims that it is one of the secrets behind her...
Rosehip for your dog

Rosehip for your dog

Does your dog limp, takes frequent breaks and doesn’t like to play anymore? Osteoarthritis or another disease of the joints can be to blame. If the symptoms are only mild, then even rosehip powder can help to relieve your dog’s pain and help him to enjoy...
Rosehip Oil – 5 Tips you must read

Rosehip Oil – 5 Tips you must read

1. Fine lines and wrinkles are reduced In order to stay wrinkle-free for as long as possible, hyaluronic acid , retinol and Co. are our best friends. A great alternative is rose hip oil, which smells wonderful and is also a true anti-aging miracle  . The reason: The...
7 Reasons Why Rose Hips are Good for Your Animal

7 Reasons Why Rose Hips are Good for Your Animal

1. Of course a lot of vitamin C. Rose hips contain twenty times more vitamin C than a comparable amount of lemons and are ranked above red peppers, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts and sea buckthorn berries. The red fruits are a real pick-me-up and are perfect,...

Rosehip for Inflammation and Arthritis

An evidence based herbal medicine for inflammation and arthritis By Dr Marc Cohen mBBs(hons), PhD(tcm), Bmedsc(hons), FAmAc, FicAE Background Rosehips – which contain a particular type of galactolipid – have a specific antiinflammatory action. A standardised rosehip...
Rosehip Seed Oil and Acne Scars

Rosehip Seed Oil and Acne Scars

Rosehip seed oil and acne scars Before we get into the subject of rosehip seed oil and acne scars, and the treatment thereof, let’s first find out what are the causes of acne. Sufferers of acne are usually between the ages of 11 and 30 years old, and is caused...