In medical fields, tests are developed to be clear, minimal in bias, and proven by tested practices and tracking. How else will be know what works and what doesn't? Even still, those results, we test over and over to be sure.
This little unknown seed, which we'll share with you in a minute, has come up in skin care ingredients over and over.
So we've found not one, but two medical studies that took hundreds of people going through skincare issues, and tested their results against a control group and this seed's oil.
Skin Conditions Healed Naturally - Tested by Medical Studies
What are the skin conditions?
The other study tested women who experienced stretchmarks and other scarring after pregnancy.
What is this miracle oil?
It's cold-pressed Rosehip Seed Oil as a true medical treatment option.
These 2 studies are completely independent of Leven Rose - we simply discovered them to share them with you.
Used for Decades in the Medical Field
"In the medical field, Rosehip Seed Oil (RHO) has been used for decades to treat wounds and/or scars.
The beneficial effect of this oil has been attributed to its high content of essential fatty and unsaturated acids abovementioned, which play a key role in the permeability of cell membranes and injuries repair mechanisms," states the skin recovery study at the Dermatology Service of University Hospital .
For this study, "the Rosehip Seed Oil (RHO) is extracted from the seed of the fruit of the wild plant. Some studies have examined before the chemical composition of this compound, where the high content of polyunsaturated fatty acid highlights: linoleic acid (54%), linolenic acid (17%) and oleic acid (16%) between others." 
For the Use for Pregnancy Study, "Rosehip Seed Oil is one of the products that greater interest has woken up in Dermatology, Nutrition and Cosmetic. It is used to hydrate, nourish and revitalize the skin damaged by different topical diseases.
Pregnant women use it to warn and attenuate stretch marks, surgical scars and, associated to antenatal perineal massage, to minimise the perineal trauma in the childbirth." 
"This bibliographic review tries to show the most actual Scientific Knowledge about the effectiveness of its use during pregnancy and postpartum," explains the pregnancy study . See more at the link below.
For the surgery recovery medical study, patients in the test group needed to apply Rosehip Seed Oil "twice a day on the scar, from the removal of sutures, for six weeks. No adverse effects were observed in any patient, neither in the treated group and the control group," which didn't receive any rosehip treatment at all. 
Why is Rosehip Seed Oil so effective?
According to the Dermatology Service of University Hospital, "Several studies have found high levels of unsaturated fatty acids in Rosehip Seed Oil, mainly linoleic acid, linolenic acid and oleic acid. Essential fatty acids are basic components of the phospholipids in cell membranes, which are involved in numerous cellular organization processes.
Some compounds like carotenoids and polyphenols have also been isolated from the Rosehip Seed Oil, which are responsible for the antioxidant activity attributed to this compound. It is possible that the presence of these substances in the Rosehip Seed Oil contribute to a better evolution of the healing process, especially if it is applied early, as happened in our patients." 
The final results, seen at the links below resulted in significant results, that supports the development of providing additional studies to further scientifically prove the power of pure Rosehip Seed Oil in medical healing.
Leven Rose's all pure, cold-pressed Rosehip Seed Oil is chemical-free, and free of other fillers or additives - leaving them in the most powerful state for active skincare healing.
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Click here for these studies:
 Post Surgery Skin Recovery Study: http://file.scirp.org/pdf/JCDSA_2015062914154638.pdf
 Pregnancy Stretchmark Study: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/286129872_Scientific_evidence_on_the_use_of_rose_hip_oil_pregnancy