ROSEHIP

Rosehip Shells and Oil

Overview

Rosehip or Rosa rubiginosa is a dense rose shrub, valued for both the shells and seeds of its wild harvested rosehip berries. Commonly used as a herbal tea, often blended with hibiscus, the oil is also extracted from its seeds.

Sources

We have our own supply chain in Lesotho.

Grades

We carry organic and conventional grades.

Process

The dried rosehip berries are processed to separate the shells from the seeds. The shells are then milled to different cut sizes, ranging from fine powder to 5mm pieces based on customer specifications. The separated seeds are then cold pressed to extract the oil. The oil is then pressed based on the quantities ordered from customers.

Harvest

Rosehip wild berries are harvested between April to July.

Uses

Rosehip tea

Rosehip tea
Contains a high level of vitamin C, as well as vitamins A, D & E
Full of antioxidants

Treatment of scared, sun damaged or aging skin

Used for the treatment of scared, sun damaged or aging skin
Contains essential fatty acids
Contains trans-retinoic acids

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