[QUOTE=charismatic;90157]Trash I checked my Eleusian Rosehip Oil. It is Rosa Eglentaria, which is pure authentic Rosehip. It states
"Remarkable regenerative properties, repairing skin tissue, softening fine lines & wrinkles, and naturally rebuilding collagen. Rich in essential fatty acids & vitamin c. Nourishes, revitalises and hydrates dry skin. Effective treatment for minor burns, sunburn, pigmentation, scarring, stretch marks and sun damage."[/QUOTE]
[QUOTE=SeaGreen;90176]Sounds to me like they are just different varieties/species of rose plants, from which the oil is extracted (it is extracted from the seeds/fruit in all cases). There should be no major differences in the quality of the oil produced (they will all be very beneficial!), but this website (http://www.ageless.co.za/herb-rosehip.htm) claims Rosa rubiginosa produces superior oil, and that Rosa rubiginosa is also known as Rosa eglanteria (like in your Eleusian oil, C), sweet briar or eglantine.[/QUOTE]
Mine says it has this one in it Rosa rubiginosa. I use the Kosema one by the way.