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I wished i could order this in a smaller amount of 50 gr. Can i get informed when it is available ? -------------------- A. It will not be sold in smaller amounts. The review rating is meant to be for the product, not the size in which it is sold :-(.. ...»
Diana
Excellent quality, very fine texture and disperses easily when used correctly. Arrived in just seven days to London, England and with a reasonable postage fee. Very pleased... ...»
D N Bay
The best, most potent and most stable form of Vitamin C. Makes quite a difference to the appearance of mature, photo-damaged skin - don't expect results over night but with consistent use your skin will look more even and radiant!.. ...»
Judy
Very good product. It performed exactly how I expected. .. ...»
Ryan
This ingredient has done more for my skin than anything else I've ever used. I put it into a spray facial toner and use it morning and night. I noticed the effects immediately, they were that dramatic. I will use this forever, no question... ...»
Marie
I bought this product before and I am here to buy it again! A high quality product for really good price... .. Thanks!.. ...»
Raisa
Love the fine powder ascorbic acid. I use it in a recipe for skin care along with hyaluronic acid. I'm 65 years old and absolutely no one believes it 'cause I've been doing this for years... ...»
Kathy
As all products from bulkactives, this is a really great and high-quality DYI ingredient. Along with John's friendly, reliable and very efficient service, it makes a purchase from bulkactives a very pleasant experience... ...»
Sandra
Purchased this some time ago from BulkActives and here to buy some more! Great stuff!!!!.. ...»
Kathy
I've been using Bulkactives green tea EGCG for four years. No complaints, it blends nicely my DIY anti-aging cream. I can feel a bit of toning and definitely notice the anti-inflammatory effects on my skin. Two observations that keep the rating 4 stars instead of 5: (1) A package of green tea contains significantly less weight/volume than the package of grape seed extract that I order from bulkactives. The two are combined in equal amounts in the anti-aging cream, so I find myself running o.. ...»
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Buy Rosehip Oil Organic For Skin Care

Oil extracted from the fruit of rose plants [known as rosehips] contains compounds with many therapeutic uses. Rosehip oil is high in fatty acids, including linoleic, oleic, and alpha-linolenic acids. Fatty acids are known to moisturize and restore skin barrier function. The oil also contains trans-retinoic acid, a precursor of vitamin A, which is known to help restore skin tissue. The oil is widely known to reduce the appearance of scars by reducing their profile, decreasing hyperpigmentation, and increasing skin elasticity. It can also reduce the effects of premature aging and sun damage. Rosehip oil has been shown to have anti-inflammatory properties.

Key benefits of Rosehip oil in skin care:

  • Anti-inflammatory [1, 2, 6, 10, 11]
  • Scar care [3, 4, 5, 9, 14]
  • Restore barrier function [3, 4]
  • Sun damage repair [4, 5]
  • Treat hyperpigmentation [5, 9]
  • Reduce fine lines and wrinkles [5]
  • Wrinkle relaxer [5]
  • Increase skin elasticity [5]
  • stimulate collagen production [10][14]
  • Moisturizing and hydration [4]
BulkActives' oils are cold pressed, without the use of solvents or chemicals.


 
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Rosehip Oil Organic

Organic Rosehip oil in DIY Skin Care

rosehip oil skin careRose plants [from the genus Rosa] contain 150 species in Europe, Asia, and North America [8]. Rosehips are the pseudo fruit of rose plants. They are used in traditional cultures as a tea or vitamin supplement [8]. Rosehips are known for having high amounts of vitamin C [1]. Rosehip extract has been shown to have antioxidant properties, attributed most often to vitamin C content [8, 11]. However, the therapeutic properties of oil extracted from rosehips have also been explored.

Rosehips are 6.5-12.9% oil [7]. The highest amounts of oil [>10%] are found in R. canina, R. dumalis, and R. subcanina variations [7]. The oil from rosehips contains no vitamin C, as vitamin C is soluble in water and not oil.

The oil is about 70% unsaturated fatty acids [3, 7]. Fatty acids are known to smooth the skin, repair damaged tissue, and overall revitalize the skin [4]. They are highly moisturizing and protect the outer barrier of the skin from damage [4]. Rose hip oil contains high amounts of linoleic [omega-6], oleic [omega-9], and alpha-linolenic [omega-3] fatty acids [11]. It also contains gamma-linolenic acid, an omega-6 fatty acid, which is known to have anti-inflammatory effects [4]. Rosehip oil has a significant amount of trans-retinoic acid, a precursor of vitamin A [3][14] Trans-retinoic acid is known to aid in restoring and rebuilding tissue [3]. This component also adds to the stability of the oil [2].

Linoleic and alpha-linolenic acids from rose hips were shown to have anti-inflammatory properties. Fatty acids inhibit the arachidonic acid pathway. Arachidonic acid is made into prostaglandins, inflammation mediators [11]. Both linoleic and alpha-linolenic acids were shown, in vitro [outside the body], to inhibit the enzyme COX-2 that is responsible for converting arachidonic acid into prostaglandins [6, 11]. Also, rosehip extract has been shown to inhibit certain inflammatory mediators involved in inflammation in vitro [10]. These inflammatory mediators decrease the production of collagen, thus rose hip oil may help increase collagen production and protect existing collagen from damage. In a clinical study, rosehip seed oil shows promise for inflammatory skin conditions such as eczema, ulcers, and cheilitis [lip inflammation] [1].

Rosehip oil is known to improve the appearance of scars. In clinical studies, rosehip oil reduces the appearance of surgical scars [4, 5]. In this study, skin elasticity and smoothness improved. A surgeon with experience treating scars reported rosehip oil reduced tension in radiation scars [5]. Another surgeon noted rosehip oil’s usefulness for treating burn scars [5]. Rosehip oil was shown to reduce redness and hyper-pigmentation in scars and loosen fibrous cords associated with scaring [9]. Researchers attribute this scar-reducing effect to the presence of trans-retinoic acid [5].
In addition to helping reduce scar appearance, rosehip oil has other therapeutic effects. A cream containing rose hip oil was shown to reduce the signs of premature skin aging [5]. Rosehip oil reduces the appearance of photoaging, chronic damage to the skin due to excessive sun exposure [4, 5].  It decreased surface wrinkles in patients with photoaging and increased skin elasticity [5]. Rosehip oil also has anti-microbial effects. In an in vitro study, rosehip seed oil killed yeast [1].
 

Fatty Acids Found in Rosehip Oil

Fatty acids   Range
Myristic C14:0 0.0 -0.3 %
Palmitic C16:0 3.4 - 4.4 %
Palmitoleic C16:1 0.1 - 0.18 %
Stearic C18:0 1.5 -2.5 %
Oleic C18:1 14.0 - 16.0 %
Linoleic C18:2 43.0 - 46.0 %
Linolenic C18:3 31.0 -34.0 %
Arachidic C20:0 0.1 - 0.9 %
Gadoleic C20:1 0.0 - 0.5 %
Eicosenoic C20:2 0.0 - 0.5 %
Behenic C22:0 0.1 -0.4 %
 
Lycopene 400-800 ppm
Tocopherols 700-1100 ppm

NOTES:
  • The oil should have a distinct odor but not a sweet rose fragrance. If you smell roses, the manufacturer added fragrance, and the oil probably is not genuine rose hip oil.

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    Place some of the oil on a white surface and look at the color. Rose hip oil is naturally a reddish hue, although a cold-pressed oil can be strained or refined into a clear oil. If the oil has a reddish color, it is more likely to be cold-pressed.





























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  • Read more : http://www.ehow.com/how_5875968_tell-rose-hip-oil-genuine.html
  • Rose Hip Oil oil should have a distinct odor (best described as fishy).
  • Despite the name, RoseHip Oil does NOT smell like roses.
  • If you have bought Rose Hip Oil with a sweet rose fragrance then the manufacturer added fragrance, and the oil probably is not genuine rose hip oil.
  • Rosehip oil is naturally a reddish hue, If the oil has a reddish color, it is more likely to be cold-pressed

Rosehip Oil and Vitamin A in Skin Care


BulkActives' oils are cold pressed, without the use of solvents or chemicals.
CAS#: 84696-47-9
INCI Name: Rosa Mosqueta (Rose) Hip Oil
Appearance:  Amber with Orange hue oil
Odor: Heavy/Characteristic (fishy)
Peroxide Value: less than 0.05
Non-Saponifiables: less than 2.0
Saponification Value: 177
Iodine Value: 180
Specific Gravity: 0.94
pH: 4.00
Extraction Method: Cold Pressed

Shelf Life: Up to 3 years if stored under refrigeration, 6 months at room temperature
BulkActives' RoseHip Oil has been blended with Natural vitamin E Mixed Tocopherols to increase stability and shelf life
Country of origin: Chile

Fatty Acids Found in Rosehip Oil

Fatty acids   Range
Myristic C14:0 0.0 -0.3 %
Palmitic C16:0 3.4 - 4.4 %
Palmitoleic C16:1 0.1 - 0.18 %
Stearic C18:0 1.5 -2.5 %
Oleic C18:1 14.0 - 16.0 %
Linoleic C18:2 43.0 - 46.0 %
Linolenic C18:3 31.0 -34.0 %
Arachidic C20:0 0.1 - 0.9 %
Gadoleic C20:1 0.0 - 0.5 %
Eicosenoic C20:2 0.0 - 0.5 %
Behenic C22:0 0.1 -0.4 %
 
Lycopene 400-800 ppm
Tocopherols 700-1100 ppm

NOTES:
  • The oil should have a distinct odor but not a sweet rose fragrance. If you smell roses, the manufacturer added fragrance, and the oil probably is not genuine rose hip oil.

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    Place some of the oil on a white surface and look at the color. Rose hip oil is naturally a reddish hue, although a cold-pressed oil can be strained or refined into a clear oil. If the oil has a reddish color, it is more likely to be cold-pressed.




























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  • Read more : http://www.ehow.com/how_5875968_tell-rose-hip-oil-genuine.html
  • Rose Hip Oil oil should have a distinct odor (best described as fishy).
  • Despite the name, Rose Hip Oil does NOT smell like roses.
  • If you have bought Rose Hip Oil with a sweet rose fragrance then the manufacturer added fragrance, and the oil probably is not genuine rose hip oil.
  • Rose hip oil is naturally a reddish hue, If the oil has a reddish color, it is more likely to be cold-pressed
BulkActives' oils are cold pressed, without the use of solvents or chemicals.
[1] C. Chrubasik, B.D. Roufogalis, U. Müller-Ladner, and S. Chrubasik, “A Systematic Review on the Rosa canina Effect and Efficacy Profiles,” Phytotherapy Research, vol. 22, pp. 725–733, 2008.
[2] I. Çınar and A.S. Çolakoğlu, “Potential Health Benefits of Rose Hip Products,” Acta Hort. [ISHS], vol. 690, pp. 253-258, 2005.
[3] J. Concha, C. Soto, R. Chamy, and M.E. Zúñiga, “Effect of Rosehip Extraction Process on Oil and Defatted Meal Physicochemical Properties,” Journal of the American Oil Chemists’ Society, Vol. 83, no. 9, 2006.
[4] A.C. Dweck, “The role of natural ingredients in anti-ageing of the skin,”­ Australian Society of Cosmetic Chemists Annual Congress, transcript, Hamilton Island, 2003.
[5] B. A. Hopkins, “Rosehip Oil — Rosa Affinis Rubiginosa,” http://mettamassagetherapy.com/reprints/rosehip_oil.pdf
[6] F. Lattanzioa, E. Grecob, D. Carrettaa, R. Cervellati, P. Govonic, and E. Speroni, “In vivo anti- inflammatory effect of Rosa canina L. extract,” Journal of Ethnopharmacology, vol. 137, pp. 880– 885, 2011.
[7] R. Nowak, “Fatty Acids Composition in Fruit of Wild Rose Species,” ACTA Societatis Botanicorum Poloniae, vol. 74, no. 3, pp. 229-235, 2005.
[8] I. Roman, A. Stănilă, and S. Stănilă, “Bioactive compounds and antioxidant activity of Rosa canina L. biotypes from spontaneous flora of Transylvania,” Chemistry Central Journal, vol. 7, issue 73, pp.1-10, 2013.
[9] A. Saha and S. Sher, “Acne Treatment,” United States Patent Application, pp. 1-6, June 2011.
[10] M. Shakibaei, D. Allaway, S. Nebrich, and A. Mobasheri, “Botanical Extracts fromRosehip [Rosa canina], Willow Bark [Salix alba], and Nettle Leaf [Urtica dioica] Suppress IL-1β-Induced NF-κB Activation in Canine Articular Chondrocytes,” Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, pp. 1-16, 2012.
[11] E.M. Wenzig, U. Widowitz, O. Kunert, S. Chrubasik, F. Bucar, E. Knauder, and R. Bauer, “Phytochemical composition and in vitro pharmacological activity of two rose hip [Rosa canina   L.] preparations,” Phytomedicine, vol. 15, pp. 826-835, 2008.
[14] Pareja, B., Kehl, H., Contribución a la Identificación de los Principios Activos en el Aceite de Rosa aff. rubigonosa, Anales de la Real Academia de Farmacia, 56, 283 (1990).
 

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