Rosehip oil is a vegetable oil used in natural cosmetics for the care of damaged skin, thanks to its effective regenerating and healing action on skin tissues.

The name Rosa Mosqueta derives from a term of Spanish origin, which generically indicates the wild rose plants with fruit, Rose Hip, belonging to different species: Rosa canina, Rosa moschata and Rosa affinis rubiginosa or eglanteria. From the flowers of the Rosa Mosqueta red rose hips rich in achenes develop from which the precious oil is extracted, already used in ancient times as an effective treatment to prevent and reduce skin imperfections, such as stretch marks and scars.

Rosa Mosqueta oil is an elixir of youth. In fact, it has a high content of essential polyunsaturated linoleic and linolenic fatty acids, transretinoic acid, isomer of vitamin A, and a good concentration of natural antioxidants such as tocopherol (vitamin E), carotenoids and phytosterols. Essential fatty acids are mainly responsible for its cosmetic-dermatological effects, as they are essential for the renewal processes of the epidermis. In addition, the presence of trans-retinoic acid, an isomer of vitamin A, enhances the integrity and efficiency of all epithelia and the natural immunity of the cells. These substances are responsible for its cosmetic-dermatological effects on skin regeneration. They are in fact essential elements for the renewal processes of the skin which, in this way, regains an extraordinary elasticity and compactness.

Its richness in essential fatty acids makes Rosa Mosqueta oil particularly suitable for the treatment of stretch marks. With constant use, the affected areas regain elasticity and tone. This feature is also useful for future mothers to prevent the formation of stretch marks during pregnancy. Constant use also helps to smooth the skin, improving the appearance of scars.

Vitamin A is an effective lightener, used to illuminate the skin and lighten spots induced by the action of the sun or by the passage of time on the face, neck or hands. Furthermore, vitamin A stimulates the activity of fibroblasts - cells involved in collagen synthesis - as it promotes the production of new collagen and elastic fibers. These regenerating abilities of vitamin A make Rosehip oil also useful for treating sunburn and sunburn.

Rosa Mosqueta oil, rich in antioxidant vitamins and omega 3 and 6, has an anti-aging effect that makes it an elixir of youth able to counteract the signs of aging and a precious beauty treatment for the skin that reduces wrinkles. of expression and fights premature aging. Rosa Mosqueta oil is a friend of your skin, especially dry, cracked or mature skin that needs elasticity and firmness but also dry, brittle hair, attacked by dyes or other treatments.