As many of you may know, I am extremely picky about what I will and won’t use on my skin. Actually, let me add to that that there are actually very few products I will even test on my own face because I’m so hyper-sensitive. But basically you know that when Kiehl’s Since 1851 sends something over, it’s going to be worth talking about so when I received a sample of this little skincare miracle, I was keen to try it.
Boy, was THAT ever a good decision. We’re talking a magic bullet in a jar, folks. Let me explain.
Rosa Arctica Youth Regenerating Cream has a rather interesting history. It’s derived from the Resurrection Flower, a plant that is capable of drying out completely and lying dormant for up to 31 months in some of the harshest, driest conditions on the planet. However, with slightly more optimal conditions (sunlight, air quality) and just a few drops of moisture, the plant can revive itself and resume normal growth and vitality within 1-2 days.
The capabilities behind this amazing flower have now been extracted into this gorgeous, luxurious skin cream, which actually jolts the cells of your skin back to life, triggering collagen and elastin production while infusing moisture, leaving the effect of younger, revitalized skin. I had fine lines starting to form under my eyes and after using this cream consistently for three weeks, they are not visible. The cream As a matter of fact, I’m so jazzed by the performance of the cream on my face I’ve decided to use it on my hands to see if I can reverse the lines forming there. The cream IS THAT GOOD.
It’s a luxe formula so I would suggest using it as a night cream. This is a product you will not want to miss, so get your hands on it, use it regularly and discover my new favorite skincare obsession, Rosa Arctica.
I mean, any of us who lived through this brutal winter deserve a little resurrection of our skin, don’t we? Oh, and it can help reduce the signs of environmental stressors and free radicals that are causing all of us to look a wee bit older than we should. Can I get an “amen” from the choir?