Rosa Canina Fruit Oil
The dog rose is by far the most common wild rose species in Central Europe. Its elongated, red fruits are called rosehips. Rosehip oil is extracted from their seeds.
Garden lovers like to decorate their lawns and garden hedges with those lovely, sweet-smelling bushes. But dog roses are also traditional medicinal plants. They were already used by Hippocrates due to their anti-inflammatory properties.
The oil of the dog rose can make the skin supple and smooth. It is particularly suitable for the treatment of dry, flaky and cracked skin, eczema and psoriasis, as well as the treatment of burns, injuries and scars.