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Rose Mosqueta Oil - Questions

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AMIntheMorning
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Sun Oct 19, 2008 12:23 am      Reply with quote
How is it different than rose hip oil and where can I get some good quality oil? I know it can be used for stretch marks but what else can it be used for that rosehip oil wouldn't be used for? Thanks all! Smile
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Sun Oct 19, 2008 6:03 pm      Reply with quote
I was hoping for more help on this Sad Do you think it would be better to post this inquiry in the homeade skincare forum?
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Sun Oct 19, 2008 6:14 pm      Reply with quote
Help is on the way! Rose Mosqueta Oil is the same as Rosehip Seed Oil, which I believe (not 100 % sure) often is referred to as Rosehip Oil.

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Sun Oct 19, 2008 6:22 pm      Reply with quote
So it is?! Weird! I wonder why they have different names? Do the come from different countries?
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Sun Oct 19, 2008 6:36 pm      Reply with quote
Here is some more info.

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Rosa Mosqueta is essentially Rose Hip oil, the difference being that Rosa Mosqueta is certified to come from Chile.

http://www.ferlowbotanicals.com/25.20.0.0.1.0.phtml?hashID=hv9cjg6itcf3o764abp019ule4

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Sun Oct 19, 2008 6:44 pm      Reply with quote
Lovely!! So my last quest is to find a company that makes some high quality rose mosqueta oil!! Septembergirl? Wink
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Sun Oct 19, 2008 7:00 pm      Reply with quote
Hi, AM.
You can check out the Rose Hip seed oils from Trilogy, Kosmea and The Organic Pharmacy. All of these are expensive, high quality oils. I am not 100 per cent sure that they are Rosa Mosqueta, but you will find out if you do a Google search.

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Mon Oct 20, 2008 3:42 am      Reply with quote
I forgot to mention Neil's Yard Remedies Rosehip Seed oil, which I have been very happy with. You can also check out Aubrey Organics Rosa Mosqueta oil, which is less expensive. HTH. Smile

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Mon Oct 20, 2008 7:36 pm      Reply with quote
Be careful with rosehip oil... It can break you out easily, since it is one of the richest oils out there. It is excellent for really dry, sensitive skins, especially in winter. It is mostly used in mature skin applications.

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Mon Oct 20, 2008 10:24 pm      Reply with quote
i have been using rosa mosqueta for about 3-4 years now. I love to use this around my eyes. Even though I am terribly breakout prone/oily my eyelids are so dry and peely in the winter. This is the ONLY thing that I have found that gets rid of the peelies and fast. I have been using Aubrey Organics rosa mosqueta oil which last time I bought at Whole Foods, you might want to check your local one to see if they have it. I think it was about $14 last time I bought it (2 years ago)
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Tue Oct 21, 2008 11:59 am      Reply with quote
You can get good quality rosehip oil from www.mountainroseherbs.com, I use their wild rose serum and love it!
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Tue Oct 21, 2008 12:57 pm      Reply with quote
Rosa Mosqueta from Garden of Wisdom is inexpensive compared to many other sellers, only $3.90 for 1 oz. It is listed as Rosehip Seed Oil / 1 oz, but in the description it is written that it is Rosa Mosqueta from Chile.

http://www.gardenofwisdom.com/catalog/item/3987807/4064857.htm
Botanical Name:Rosa Rubiginosa aka Rosa Mosqueta
Origin: Chile
Extraction Method: Cold Pressed / Unrefined / Organic
Color: beautiful redish orange
Obtained From: the seed
Contains: high in fatty acids! linoleic (48%); linolenic
(35%); Oleic (16%); palmitic (8%)
Uses: remarkable for damaged, agitated, dry, mature skin
Base Oil: up to 100%
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Fri Oct 24, 2008 12:30 am      Reply with quote
Thanks for that avalange! Do you know that the Kosmea site says rosehip oil is good for acne-ed, oily, combo skin? Is there any truth to that? Did I order their products for nothing... Mad

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Be careful with rosehip oil... It can break you out easily, since it is one of the richest oils out there. It is excellent for really dry, sensitive skins, especially in winter. It is mostly used in mature skin applications.

--avalange
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Sat Oct 25, 2008 12:49 am      Reply with quote
Anyone on the oily skin/rosehip oil deal? Is it really good for this kind of skin type as Kosmea says?

AMIntheMorning wrote:
Thanks for that avalange! Do you know that the Kosmea site says rosehip oil is good for acne-ed, oily, combo skin? Is there any truth to that? Did I order their products for nothing... Mad

avalange wrote:
Be careful with rosehip oil... It can break you out easily, since it is one of the richest oils out there. It is excellent for really dry, sensitive skins, especially in winter. It is mostly used in mature skin applications.

--avalange
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