Vitamin C & Rosehip


Vitamin C is nothing short of being a celebrity within the vitamin world. A highly popular, often referenced vitamin with a great deal of uses and benefits to one’s health.

Key Benefits of Vitamin C & Rosehip:

  • Supports Joint Health.
  • Manages Inflammation.
  • Assist Immune System.


What is Vitamin C & Rosehip?

Vitamin C & Rosehip is also known as Ascorbic Acid, Vitamin C can be found in a variety of food sources, primarily fruit and vegetables such as, oranges, strawberries, broccoli, red and green peppers and potatoes.

Rosehip is the fruit that emerges from the Rose plant after the pollination of the flower and contains the seeds of the plant. An organic, high quantity source of Vitamin C, Rosehip also contains Vitamins A, D and E. Rosehip has seen a boom in popularity since the endorsement of Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge – a favourite of Kate’s for its skin care properties and its organic and free from harmful ingredients nature.

Benefits of our supplement

The most amazing feature about this supplement is the many benefits it provides. Some of the most important benefits are:

Strengthened immune system – They don’t call Vitamin C ‘Immunity vitamin’ for no reason! This incredible nutrient can be considered the vitamin equivalent to a master of many crafts, but one way it excels the most is in its role in supporting a healthy immune system. We know that the white blood cells are the core part of our immune system – the various white blood cells acting as the guard that fights off harmful viruses and bacteria in the body. Well, it’s the often talked about Vitamin C that plays an enormous part in stimulating the production of these bacteria fighting white blood cells in the first place.

It would be unfair to say that this well-known mineral is limited to the production of white blood cells only. Vitamin C also works to support the production of collagen – a key protein found in skin and crucial to the healing of a wound.

Healthy skin – Rosehip is an ingredient that has long been used in the beauty and cosmetics industry, used in products designed to combat the effects of ageing and fight against the appearance of unwanted wrinkles. Due to its high inclusion of both Vitamin A and Vitamin C, the two main nutrients for the maintenance of healthy skin, Rosehip protects the collagen in the skin against damage and premature ageing, encouraging the efficient maintenance and growth of skin tissue for a healthier looking glow.

Further information

Rosehip is not just a big player in skin care and cosmetics, the Rosehip fruit can actually be used and consumed in jam, jelly, herbal teas, syrup and wine. A delicious and healthy fruit, perfect for a variety of purposes. Although, it is best to remove the hairs from it before any consumption though as they are often used to create the infamous itching power!