Why #DrinkRōzes According to a Naturopathic Doctor
Rōzes’ Beauty Tōnics are a daily elixir of health, wellness, and beauty - a synergistic blend of oceanic, freshwater and land-based skin botanicals & superfoods backed with science and research formulated by me, a California-licensed Naturopathic Doctor, Miranda, the Founder of Rōzes, a Biologist, and Traditional Chinese Doctor.
What makes Rōzes unique is that it is powered by Astaxanthin, an algae-based super-antioxidant that has been shown to intrinsically protect skin from sun damage6. Each Rōzes Beauty Tōnic contains 4mg of Astaxanthin, perfect to promote smooth and supple skin and decrease free radical and uv damage! Why care about sun damage? Well, the sun’s rays, both UVA and UVB, send off radiation that causes the formation of free radicals in the skin. Those free radicals in the skin can then degrade skin integrity, hurt skin cells, and damage collagen.
Speaking of collagen, Rōzes also has 3000mg of Marine Collagen - fun fact: it’s the best form of collagen for your skin, 100% Daily Value of Vitamin C, Rose Extract, Tremella Mushroom Extract, Pearl Collagen Powder, Horsetail Extract, and Goji Berry Extract which all provide aminos and antioxidants to protect and promote collagen and skin elasticity from the inside-out.
One of my favorite botanicals used in the Beauty Tōnics is the Tremella Mushroom. It’s known as a plant-based Hyaluronic Acid substitute and Rōzes has 1000mg of it in each of their Beauty Tōnics. Its water-rich and youth preserving properties provides vegan sun protection via glutathione and superoxide dismutase.
All in all, this combination of sea-based and land-based botanicals & superfoods work together to support skin health by:
❊ Protecting from within, the skin and its collagen network against free radicals
❊ Providing nutritional cofactors to build collagen in the skin
❊ Deliver nourishing vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants to support skin hydration and elasticity
We recommend that you drink Rōzes daily in combination with your regular beauty ritual to get optimal skin protection and glowy-ness.
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