Wall Street Journal Article Features Rosehip Seed Oil
Celebrities Love Rosehip Oil
The Wall Street Journal article, about Ballet Beautiful founder Mary Helen Bowers, reports that she first became interested in beauty oils when she became pregnant and that she really likes rosehip seed oil. Says Inflora Botanica CEO Laura Lambert "It's thrilling when rosehip seed oil gets press. The benefits of the oil are numerous, the nutrient profile is fantastic, and there are no fillers or added ingredients. It's such a simple product. It makes a lot of sense that celebrities and those interested in health and fitness would choose it."
Rosehip seed oil is known for it's high nutrient content of vitamins A, C, and E. Additionally, the oil is very high in essential fatty acids which are known to support almost every body function. The beauty industry credits the very high levels of vitamin A with the oil's anti-aging effect because of vitamin A's regenerating effect on skin. The oil is also known to heal scars, help with acne and rosacea prone skin, soothe diaper rash, and overall as an extremely good moisturizer.
Inflora Botanica's oil is imported from Chile where the rose hips are grown and the seeds are pressed into oil. It is then imported to the US and bottled at Inflora Botanica's facility in California. The rosehip seed oil is sold exclusively by Amazon online.
About Inflora Botanica
Inflora Botanica believes that skin wellness can be supported through ingredients from nature. Their first product is certified organic rosehip seed oil.
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