Ingredient library


Rosa canina

Scarlet and shiny, rosehips are deliciously tart fruits, packed with vitamin C and nutritional goodness. We Swedes enjoy them cooked into a traditional fruit purée ‘soup’ called ‘nyponsoppa’, often consumed as a hot beverage after a walk in the snow or icy cold as part of a delicious dessert. In beauty, rosehip seed oil is particularly sought after for its high fatty acid content, gifting it with fantastically nourishing properties.

Key Benefits

  • Intensely moisturising and nourishing.

  • Packed with anti-ageing antioxidants.

  • Helps to restore skin elasticity, giving a soft and supple feel to the skin.

Rosehip seed oil contains essential fatty acids such as linoleic and linolenic acids, which are highly compatible with our skin and provide nourishment.

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