Rosehip
Rosehip oil has excellent water retention capacity, increasing the skin’s hydration levels. Due to its revitalizing power on fibroblasts and the cells that produce collagen and elastin, it provides the skin with firmness and elasticity. Rosehip oil plays a part in the synthesis of prostaglandins, membrane generators, defence mechanisms, growth and other biological processes related to cell regeneration.

PROPERTIES
- High nutrient content, natural corrective and cell regeneration qualities and of great assistance in a variety of cosmetic treatments.
– Essential fatty acids are important components of all cell membranes, making them more permeable and elastic, the most important being the barrier-forming lipids of the epidermis.

- Prostaglandin synthesis, membrane cell generation, defence mechanisms, growth and other physiological and biochemical processes related to tissue regeneration and the proliferation of new cells, which are closely related to its anti-stretch mark effect.

- They also regulate ceramide levels in the stratum corneum along with essential fatty acids from the Omega-6 group (linoleic and gamma-linolenic), forming the so-called lipid barrier which is essential for regulating the skin’s moisture levels. It thus has outstanding water retention capacity, increasing cutaneous hydration due to its occlusive properties and the structural changes induced in the stratum corneum.

- Prevents stretch marks and diminishes scars and burns. It also facilitates cell regeneration, minimizing wrinkles and preventing dry skin.

- It leaves the skin firmer and more elastic thanks to its revitalizing powers on fibroblasts and the cells that produce collagen and elastin.

- Diminishes skin blemishes.

- Acts onthe signs of ageing.

Essential fatty acids are important components of all cell membranes, which they make more permeable and elastic; they are the most important barrier-forming lipids of the epidermis.
They are essential nutrients in the synthesis of prostaglandins, the generation of membrane cells, defence mechanisms, growth and other physiological and biochemical processes related to the regeneration of tissue and the proliferation of new cells which are closely related to its anti-stretch mark effect.
 They also regulate ceramide levels in the stratum corneum along with essential fatty acids from the Omega-6 group (linoleic and gamma-linolenic), forming the so-called lipid barrier which is essential for regulating the skin’s moisture levels. It thus possesses outstanding water retention capacity, increasing cutaneous hydration due to its occlusive properties and the structural changes induced in the stratum corneum.

The composition of rosehip oil is ideal for keeping the skin moist, preventing wrinkles and stretch marks, and minimizing scars and burns. It also encourages cell regeneration, minimizing wrinkles and preventing dry skin.

Rosehip oil’s revitalizing power on fibroblasts and the cells that produce collagen and elastin meant that it leaves the skin firmer and more elastic.

Rosehip oil is also recommended when it comes to preventing and correcting photoageing and skin problems caused by solar radiation, as well as diminishing skin blemishes.

Additionally, rosehip oil’s high trans-retinoic acid content acts on the signs of ageing, as the changes that lead to the synthesis of collagen and elastin are those responsible for the minimization of wrinkles. It provides the skin with firmness and elasticity.