The rosehip, the maximum regenerator and healing agent of the human body.


These small and pretty red fruits, which will rise into a flower, hide a great secret for the human body… But well, it’s no longer a secret! Through its one of the most important regenerative oils in the world. The famous musk oil.

Do you want to know more about this flower and its uses? We invite you to continue reading 👇

The European flower that is used throughout the world for medicinal purposes

The rosehip is known by various names. It is called “musk”, “eglanteria Rose” or even “rubiginosa Rose”. It is also native to Europe, more specifically to the United Kingdom, where is cultivated for medicine and florists, thanks it has a very pretty flower with pale pink petals.

However, Due to its medicinal uses and its flowers, it has spread throughout the world. It can be found wild in California, in Chile, in Argentina, and is even cultivated in Asia. Of course, always in mild and warm climates. It is not recommended and will not grow in extreme hot or cold climates.

Did you also know that it has a fruit? It is known by other names, like escaramujo, and is used for sweets, soaps and to make infusions. The oil extracted from its seeds is used in cosmetics.

rosehip flower

👈 Here on the left you have the Rosehip flower with its pink petals. It is one of the favorites by bees!

While here, on the right side 👉 
we have its fruits, used in bakery.

rosehip fruit

The properties of rosehip and its uses on the skin

Now that we know it and we can put a face to the Rosehip, we are going to talk a little more about its properties and why musket oil is used in regenerative medicine and cosmetics.

To begin with, the oil is extracted from its seeds by applying cold pressure in laboratories. Once extracted, the oil is unrefined and has a copper color and a strong smell. It is from this oil that we obtain AGEs, which are essential fatty acids. Among them we find linoleic acid, linolenic acid and oleic acid. These oils are nutrients that are present in physiological and biochemical processes of the human body, such as healing, cell growth and tissue regeneration.

What is the theory then?

Applying a pure mosqueta oil will considerably improve regeneration, providing the human body the necessary nutrients to regenerate. It is common to use pure oil in postoperative, sutures and burns, not only to provide nutrients to the human body but also because it also activates fibroblasts (a type of tissue cell) which is responsible for joining the broken edges of the epidermis, which facilitates natural healing. These fibroblasts give rise to the synthesis of collagen and dermal elastin. In short, a totally natural healing oil with enormous capacities.

On the other hand, at the cosmetic level, a refined extract is used that contains the same properties. Among them, those that we have described previously stand out, such as regenerating and nourishing the skin, eliminating wrinkles, reducing scars or marks on the skin, and, in addition, in cosmetics it is perfected and is usually mixed with other ingredients so that it also has other functions such as redistributing the pigmentation, revitalize the cells of the lower layers and fix melanin imbalances. (Remember, melanin is a pigment that protects us from the sun. It is the cause of tanning our skin) that sentence brings us to the next point.

It is also beneficial to use it preventively as it performs actions against photoaging and skin problems due to overexposure to the sun. (But be careful, it’s not a sun cream!) the best thing is combine it.

At Phytodoxia we take advantage of the rosehip in one of our star products, PhytoBody Lotion, which is combined with other natural ingredients to have healthy, cared for and strong skin naturally.

We invite you to learn more about our product below.

PhytoBody Lotion new format

PhytoBody Lotion 500ml

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