The use of rosehip oil in cosmetology and traditional medicine
Rosehip oil is widely used in traditional medicine and cosmetology. Especially often, this tool is used for diseases of the nasopharynx. How much ether is required in the treatment of colds, as well as how to properly apply it for cosmetic purposes, read below.
The ether obtained from rose hips has a restorative and tonic effect on the skin. This effect is achieved due to the presence of saturated fatty acids and tocopherol in the composition of the product. Riboflavin promotes rapid mucosal regeneration.
Did you know? A bush of French rosehip in tropical conditions is able to turn into a vine. The shoots of the plant become thinned and elastic, which is necessary in order to weave into the crown of a tall tree and rush into the sunlight.
The minerals included in the composition such as: copper, zinc, manganese - strengthen hair follicles and nail plates. The ether is rich in ascorbic acid, which helps the body cope with vitamin deficiency and colds.
The use of oil in cosmetology
Ether is widely used in cosmetology as a part of masks and creams. This tool is also used undiluted.It is used to get rid of small facial wrinkles in the corners of the eyes and near the lips. To do this, once every 3 days, lubricate the problem areas with a small amount of oil, which is washed off after 15 minutes.
Important! In order to avoid an undesirable allergic reaction to rosehip oil, it is tested on the hand before use. If redness or itching is observed, then it is better to abandon the use of the drug.
Creams for the body and face are considered effective, to which 3-4 drops of ether are added. Such cosmetics perfectly moisturize the skin and relieve the feeling of tightness. They can be used daily.
In order to keep the face and neck youthful, it is necessary to make a nourishing mask 2-3 times a week, which consists of:
- 20 g of oil;
- 100 g of milk;
- 50 g of oatmeal.
Preparation and use:
- Grind oatmeal.
- Pour porridge into boiling milk and boil for 2 minutes.
- Add ether to the cooked oatmeal.
- Cool to a pleasant temperature for the skin.
- Apply the mask before bedtime for 20 minutes.
To make this tool you must:
- 60 g of baby cream;
- 30 g aloe juice;
- 20 g of olive oil;
- 20 g of rosehip oil.
Preparation and use:
- In a glass container, mix all the ingredients.
- Keep the mask in the refrigerator.
- Apply every other day.
- Apply the cream in a thin layer and gently rub into the skin of the face, neck or hands.
In folk medicine
Rosehip ether is used for burns and frostbite. Just a couple of drops of the medicine applied to the damaged area of the skin will remove swelling, redness, and also eliminate pain. For diseases such as gingivitis or stomatitis, rinses made of: 200 g of water and 10 drops of rosehip ether will help. The procedure is carried out 3 times a day for 7 days.
Important! For treatment, you can not use rosehip oil with an expired shelf life - this can lead to severe poisoning.
The tool is used for poor digestion, as well as to eliminate pain in gastritis with low acidity. The course of treatment is 3 weeks, during which in the morning hours use 10 drops of ether.In folk medicine, the healing properties of the drug are used in the treatment and elimination of pain in hemorrhoids. With an exacerbation of the disease, it is necessary to lubricate the anus area with rosehip oil for 7 days.
Thanks to bactericidal and regenerative effects, ether is successfully used in the treatment of pharyngitis. You can treat this ailment by instilling the medicine in the nose. 1-2 drops are dripped into each sinus.The course of such treatment lasts 5-7 days. You can get rid of severe sore throat by lubricating its walls with a cotton swab soaked in rosehip oil. The procedure is carried out 3 times a day for 5 days.
- The medicine has its contraindications and side effects. Do not use oil externally:
- in the presence of purulent wounds;
- Contraindications to the use of the drug inside:
- personal intolerance to any of the components that make up the product;
- increased acidity in the stomach;
- lactation in women;
- stomach ulcer;
- urolithiasis disease;
- severe kidney disease.
Did you know? The highest rosehip bush can be up to 10 m in height, and the lowest - 5 cm.
If the recommendations for the use of products based on rosehip oil are not followed, adverse reactions may occur, which will manifest themselves in the form of:
- redness of the skin;
- an attack of severe coughing.
Rosehip oil has a rich vitamin and mineral composition, which allows the use of this tool in the treatment of many ailments. It is also used to rejuvenate and moisturize the skin of the face.