Rosa Mosqueta - Questions and Answers
Questions and Answers
Q. I have just got rid of acne, but have been left with severe scarring all over my face. Ive tried all sorts of creams, but the scars are not fading, even though each cream I buy claims to be better than all the rest. I went to a lot of trouble to get rid of my acne, and now I am wondering what the point was. What, in your opinion, is the best natural remedy to use
R Butler, by e-mail
A. In all the years I have been writing on this topic, I have never found a scar-fading remedy to beat Rosa Mosqueta, an oil made from the seeds of the Rosa rubiginosa plant, which grows high up in the Andes .
It is effective in making scarring fade whether it is caused by acne, surgery or accidents because is a rich source of the essential fatty acids the body needs to make the prostaglandins (hormone-like compounds) that are crucial for skin regeneration.
The same fatty acids are frequently incorporated into everyday skin and anti-wrinkle creams made with other natural remedies, including evening primrose oil and vitamin E, but their concentration in Rosa Mosqueta is many times higher.
Rosa rubiginosa is also a source of retinol, a key ingredient in cosmetic products designed to fade blemishes and scars. Order pure Rosa Mosqueta oil
Q. What have Eamon Holmes and Catherine Deneuve got in common
A. Rio Rosa Mosqueta - the Andean anti-ageing secret that has become the supplement of the stars
"Relax; it is not about that Crme de mere stuff at a hundred quid a pop. Nor is it about exotic facials, nasty chemicals or invasive surgeryshe swears by a little Rosa Mosqueta oil"
Article about Christine Baker - makeup artist to Catherine Deneuve, and stars of the film 'Calender Girls' - Julie Walters and Helen Mirren
The Times - January 6 th 2004
To help prevent scarring, use rosa mosqueta oil, which has been shown to reduce both acne and surgical scarsfrom the South American supplement specialists, Rio Trading...Simply massage it into the affected areas.
Susan Clark: Whats the alternative The Sunday Times 'Style Magazine'
May 23 rd 2004
"its a favourite with our make-up artist Christine Vidler...she loves its natural properties, luxurious feel and, it's great for combating the signs of premature ageing"
WeightWatchers magazine - July 2004
presenter Eamonn Holmes - The Daily Mail - August 2004
"Rio Rosa Mosqueta is nearly 90 percent essential fatty acids and also contains trans-retinoic acid, both involved in skin regeneration, it's good for all skin conditions, including stretchmarks"
Sarah Stacey - The Mail On Sunday 'You' Magazine, 17 th October 2004
"loved by celebs such as Sarah Jessica parkertry Rosa Mosqueta, a Chilean oil, to soothe dry skin."
Daily Mail 28 th February 2005
"Nourish skin with Rio Health Rosa Mosqueta Oilmade from Chilean rosehips, this is a potent natural source of omega-3 and 6 oils, so it's deeply nourishing for your skin. It's also a natural anti-inflammatory."
Zest Magazine - August 2005