What is Rosehip Oil?
Rosehip oil contains a list of active ingredients that promote anti-aging and stimulate the skin, such as vitamin C (a relative tissue repair), lycopene (a powerful antioxidant), vitamin A (a basic ingredient in many skin care products), omega 9 (an essential Fatty acid), beta-carotene (a strong antioxidant) and omega-6 (an essential fatty acid associated with reduction associated inflammation and fine lines.
Because of all these active ingredients, rosehip oil attracts a number of invaluable benefits. The high content of essential fatty acids is believed to help the skin retain moisture and reduce dryness. This in turn has a positive effect on wrinkles, which is a by-product of the skin that lacks moisture.
Rosehip oil can be used as carrier or as additional ingredients according to the formula. This amazing oil is best known for its high concentration (highest pure vegetable oils) by All-Trans Retinoic Acid (ATRA or as it is often abbreviated).
Cold Pressed Organic Rosehip Oil
Cold Pressed Organic Rosehip Oil
Oil Extraction – Cold press
The process for extracting oil from Rosehip seed product can be carried out in one of two processes: cold pressed, which we use at Rosehip Farm or hot pressed. Both methods have advantages and disadvantages.
Removing oil from the seed by a low heat extraction is called “cold pressed”.
In the extraction process of the cold-pressed Rosehip oil, it is only based on the pressure. No, or very little heat is added to the product in the extraction support. Cold presses are generally mechanically and often consist of a screw device, which is pressed against the rosehip seeds to extract the oils. Cold presses generally produce a lower yield, but a higher quality oil.
In some cases, the oil is generated using a variation of a high pressure system. This method of the aforementioned ejector presses involved a heat generated by friction and high amounts of additional pressure. However, no additional heat is added in the process. Oil produced with expeller procedures are still often known as cold-pressed and can be used to display the ejectors to be displayed.
Cold-pressed oil is controlled in various parts of the world. In Europe the label has to be certified for cold pressing and process oil production. This certification means that oil production never exceeds a certain temperature. Generally, the temperature rises below 100 ° F. The United States does not regulate oil production processes, users should perform their own tests to determine whether the oil is up to standard.
Conventional Rosehip Oil
Refined Rosehip Oil
Conventional refined rosehip oil is put through a number of processes which decolourises and deodorizers the oil.
The Natural orange colour of the oil is reduced to a light yellow and the fragrance and flavour are also minimised.
This allows our conventional refined rosehip oil to be used for example as a carrier oil in applications or products where colour, fragrance and flavour must not affect the end products’ composition.
Contact us for all your refined rosehip oil requirements
How Rosehip Oil Works
What makes Rosehip Oil stand out from other essential oils is its Vitamin A, which binds the skin cells and acts as astringent. This eliminates impurities and tightens the skin to give a youthful appearance. EFAs also has the same effect of unifying the skin cells in a tense appearance. Since the benefits of Rosehip Oil is easier to get through the skin, the best choice to make sure it works for you is to apply it topically as indicated below:
Conditioner – into your favorite shampoo or rub directly into the scalp and leave it overnight.
Facial moisturizer – massage gently two or three drops of mustard oil on its freshly washed face twice a day, once in the morning and in the evening.
Massage oil – Mix with a certain carrier oil and used as massage oil.
The treatment of skin diseases – simply rub the affected people to their area benefits of healing.
Make sure to absorb the Rosehip oil on the skin to absorb all nutrients. This oil has an ultra-light consistency and is lighter than other mineral oils so quickly absorbed immediately to the skin without clogging the pores.
As with any essential oil, it is recommended to test a skin patch before use. Just apply a drop on your arm, gently rub it in and see if any allergic reactions occur. For sensitive skin you can dilute the oil in a safe carrier oil such as coconut oil or olive oil before applying to the skin,
ATAR and Wrinkles
ATRA is known for its strong ability to reduce the depth of wrinkles, reduce fine lines, lighten age spots, and promote overall healing of damaged skin by increasing the new cell growth rate and increasing collagen production deep beneath the skin’s surface ,
In addition, scars (such as chickenpox), the skin damage (such as stretch marks) and acne can be reduced with the use of Rosehip oil, even the skin promote decreased or smoothed to repair after the exposure to the sun or a random burn
Roship oil, on the other hand, consists of long-chain fatty molecules to both saturated and unsaturated.
Use of a process for cold pressure extraction, the oil is separated from the hips and seeds.
For skin care, when Rosehip oil is used extrenally on the face it has several advantages. It protects the skin and increases the cell renewal because it contains vitamin E, vitamin C, vitamin D and B-carotene, a form of vitamin A, antioxidants that help fight free radicals.