Rubus chamaemorus, known also as cloudberry, is a perennial plant of the Rosaceae family native of the Arctic tundra and boreal forests, it can withstand up to -40 ° C. Its fruits are berries from red to orange-amber color, depending on the level of ripeness, and with the characteristic shape similar to raspberries. These berries can be eaten fresh or dried as well as jam, they are rich in antioxidants, essential fatty acids omega 3 and omega 6, vitamin A and very high concentrations of vitamins E and C, very useful to protect the skin and strengthen the immune system. You can find this plant in specialized shops and grow it, considering that resists even at -40 ° C. From cloudberries it is extracted an oil, rich in vitamin E, ideal for protecting the skin and important to make it luminous and toned. Preparations of face or body creams and serums often use the cloudberry oil. Finally, a curiosity, the Finns are so proud of cloudberries that an image of the plant with flowers and fruits is shown on the two-euro coin of Finland.
Vitamins, in particular it is very rich in vitamin C and E, antioxidants, omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids, protects and strengthens the skin as well as the immune system.