Kosmea Rosehip Oil is new at PhaMix! Celebrating 25 years of bringing innovative, natural products to the world, Kosmea is an Australian skin care company founded on the healing properties of certified organic rosehip oil.
Since we last wrote about rosehip oil and extolled its benefits to the skin, the popularity of natural plant-based oils has soared. Facial oils, whether alone or in combination with a moisturizer, have become a staple in the modern skin care arsenal. And if you’ve become a fan of rosehip oil, you’ve joined a legion of others who have discovered its hydrating, protecting and anti-aging powers.
Popularity brings with it the inevitable surge of products to the market. But what makes Kosmea Rosehip Oil really stand out is the way it is sourced, grown, picked and extracted. Kosmea sources 100% certified organic rosehips from Lesotho, Southern Africa where rosehips grow wild and are hand-picked to provide a sustainable income for the local people. It is extracted using a heat-free and solvent-free process called super critical extraction in order to preserve the maximum amount of vitamins, essential fatty acids and antioxidants.
Kosmea Rosehip Oil is a rich source of:
- Omega 3, 6 and 9 oils, such as linolenic acid, linoleic acid and oleic acid. These fatty acids provide moisture to the skin, help repair tissue damage and can help deliver more radiant and elastic skin.
- Vitamin A. Retinol, a derivative of vitamin A, is one of our favorite anti-aging ingredients. It’s hard to argue with the abundance of clinical studies backing its effectiveness in stimulating collagen production, managing acne and promoting an even skin tone.
- Antioxidants to fight free radicals cause by UV exposure and environmental pollutants.
Kosmea Rosehip Oil is also easily absorbed into the skin and doesn’t leave behind any residue.
Men, take note! If you’ve joined the trend of sporting facial hair, rosehip oil is ideal for keeping not only your skin healthy but also beards soft and well-groomed. And we appreciate the effort, don’t we, ladies?