There is much to be said about the Rose. It’s fragrance. color and the like. Of late, there is much study being done about the benefits of Rose stem cell, and its ability to aid the production of new cells in the skin, thus reducing signs of aging, and enhancing elasticity of the skin. It has also been suggested, that the rose stem cell can regenerate female comfort and heal eroded tissue which causes pain during intimacy. The studies show that the Rose stem cells also allows the body to create much needed hormones in aging woman. Though there are only a handful of products currently on the market, when the aging woman get their hands on these products and find how effective they are, that number will greatly increase. It is necessary for companies like ours to stay of the cutting edge of these studies and bring to our customers the latest personal care items to grow their brands.
The Alpine rose:
I want to introduce to you a beautiful pink flowering plant, the Alpine Rose, that can be found high up in the Swiss Alps.
It grows –and thrives– in an incredibly harsh environment consisting of high-altitude dryness and freezing temperatures.
How does the Alpine Rose endure such environmental stressors?
Its resilience and regenerative characteristics help the rose to thrive.
Scientists have learned how these characteristics can also help support more youthful skin.
The Alpine Rose contains stem cells that protect it against dehydration as well as the attack of radicals and pathogens.
These stem cells have amazing regenerative attributes, enabling the plant to produce new cells continuously throughout its lifetime, potentially living up to 100 years. (1,2) This characteristic of the Alpine Rose stem cells is referred to as “totipotent.” Medical Definition of totipotent
: capable of developing into a complete organism or differentiating into any of its cells or tissues
Along with this vital characteristic, the Alpine Rose plant also contains high amounts of polyphenolic compounds (which protect the plant against radicals, as well as viruses and bacteria), taxifolin, antioxidants, and antiviral compounds; and are also optimized to sustain in a very dry environment. The plant has adapted to its environment by developing scales on its leaves to limit water loss, as well as developing the ability to synthesize protective proteins which behave as tiny sponges, retaining water around the cell membrane.