The Exotic Power of the Alpine Rose

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Much like the Swiss Apple or the Edelweiss Plant, the Alpine Rose is a rare beauty that, seemingly through a miracle of nature, thrives under severe conditions. The Alpine Rose’s resilience against the elements and ability to consistently regenerate after taking abuse from its harsh conditions are certainly desirable traits when it comes to skin care and, thanks to the incredible abilities of modern dermatological science, we are able to harness these natural gifts and utilize them in our skincare solutions.

The stem cells taken from the Alpine Rose are unbelievably efficient when it comes to restoring and protecting skin. The rose’s stem cell’s natural ability to stimulate the production of skin cells is a massive boost to not only the protection against free radicals and UV damage, but also the restoration of the original health to previously damaged areas.

Boosting your skin’s natural functions like barrier protection and cell growth is an amazing benefit, but where the Alpine Rose really sets itself apart is its ability to stimulate collagen production. Collagen, as we have discussed in the past, makes up the foundation of your skin and is responsible for giving you a smooth, youthful complexion. The Alpine Rose has the uncanny ability to support this function in your skin, giving it a wrinkle-fighting, anti-aging ability.

The Alpine Rose is one of many incredible exotic natural sources from which Lira culls their powerful ingredients. You can find the Alpine Rose being used in addition to an array of meticulously selected ingredients in the Enzyme Cleanser with PSC, Hydra C Serum with PSC, and Hydra Infusion with PSC on today!

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