Rosa Mosqueta is a densely growing shrub which is cultivated in the Andes. It is highly prized, not only for its skincare properties, but also for its perfume and it is often used in cosmetics.
The rosehips of the Rosa Mosqueta, from which the oil and Vegicaps are made, carry an extremely high concentration of Omegas 3 and 6 (Essential Fatty Acids) and also trans-retinoic acid, which is a naturally occurring compound related to Vitamin A. It is believed that the trans-retinoic acid is responsible for Rosa Mosqueta's anti-aging properties.
Some of us dread the forthcoming warmer spring and summer months if we have noticeable scarring on our bodies. The rise in temperatures means a baring of skin and sometimes scars and lesions can cause great embarrassment.
For hundreds of years, the women of South America have used Rosa Mosqueta as a beauty oil, but scientific research has shown that the oil has a profound effect on the treatment of scars, stretch marks and signs of skin aging.
Rosa Mosqueta has been used in numerous clinical trials in Europe and the US. In one particular trial, Spanish dermatologists applied Rosa Mosquetta in a clinical setting to treat a variety of scars, including severe post-operative types. In over 90% of cases, the results were termed "very satisfactory" in the six months of use.
Rosa Mosqueta is available in Oil form and 500mg Vegicaps so you can treat your skin from inside and out.
The recommended daily dose is 3 capsules with food, and when using the oil, massage in to the affected area for 2-3 minutes up to three times each day.