What counts for skin wellbeing

Skin wellbeing relies on the healthy cells’ metabolism, including protection from harm. To support proper cell function it is necessary to protect mytochondria (membrane-bound cell organelles) so that it can generate chemical energy to power cell’s biochemical reactions.

Skin wellbeing depends on protection and activation of the lymphatic system to remove toxins, dispel inflammation, and stimulate cell turnover by providing a broad spectrum of beneficial antioxidants.

Healing and restoring skin are the vital purposes of the Roseroma skincare ritual. For that I apply pure plant medicine. Plant extracts are lipid soluble and therefore capable of penetrating skin and cell membranes within minutes of application.

Luxury skincare is about ingredients and how they are extracted. I focus on regenerating botanical active ingredients. The oils I use in Roseroma formulas are wildly natural: extracted from the wild or bio-dynamically grown plants.

I macerate rose petals during the summer months to add the healing qualities of the fermented Rose to toning Rose distillate and restoring Rose Otto to capture full spectrum of nutrition. as a result, the formula is enriched with beautifying vitamins, antioxidants, essential fatty acids to activate the skin’s natural defence skills.

not to overwhelm skin, my formulas consist of 7 ingredients. I believe in less but better. we cannot force the skin doing what it is not supposed to do by nature’s design. with pure oils we really need little due to their potency and great concentration.

sometimes frugality is beneficial. then goodness is appreciated and goes to where it is needed, and gives an incredible boost.

the best way to activate skin and restore its resilience is to let it heal on its own.

skin’s wellbeing depends on body’s wellbeing aka balanced working of its systems. improving skin’s condition is a process, it may take some time and may feel uncomfortable at times.

skin wellbeing depends on our emotional wellbeing.

just living is not enough…one must have sunshine, freedom, and a little flower. Hans Christian Anderson

when you emerge from being unwell, you feel exhausted as your body has been working hard to get rid of infection by means of unleashing inflammation. as a result, your organism heals and so does your skin. although first skin may react to inflammation by breaking out, feeling tight, dull, and dehydrated. body needs to get rid of toxins. but then it all heals. healing is what renews skin.

to offer your skin a helpful hand, give it intelligent skincare that works.

what the skin needs to work well

skin needs retinoids which skin turns into vitamin A to increase cell-turnover, antioxidants to firm and brighten the skin, vitamin C and E to stimulate structural skin proteins and slow cellular ageing, essential fatty acids to stimulate collagen synthesis and reduce inflammation. hyaluronic acid in epidermis needs water molecules to bind to and retain water. so, drink plenty of water.

more about what skin needs you can find in my article here


Roseroma minimalist treatment, hand crafted

I composed three formulas around the precious healing properties of Rose oil. my own curated blend includes rose extract, distillate, enfleurage and macerate as I believe in wholeness. I call the fusion Oleum Rosarum. Oleum Rosarum and other seven whole plant extracts promote skin’s healing and regenerating qualities.

about application

Massage is the best way to apply oil concentrates as for cleansing as for toning. massage improves local circulation and energy flow. massage helps the oils to dissolve the grime and dead skin cells and remove them from the skin. massage helps the actives to penetrate skin quicker and deeper into the dermis. massage soothes stressed skin and alleviates tissue blockages. at last, massage is an important part of selfcare to improve your self-esteem.



beauty begins the moment you decide to be yourself (Mlle Chanel).


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