These days, spas developed rose quartz treatments because they’ve discovered how this gemstone can help diminish the appearance of lines and wrinkles, even out skin tone and give skin a healthy, natural glow. The trendspotters seem to have caught on to what the ancients knew thousands of years ago: rose quartz masks have been found in Egyptian tombs because they were one of the beauty treatments favored by that civilization.
Beyond its effect on appearance, rose quartz has been prized as a “love stone,” believed to strengthen various types of love, including romantic love, love of family and even self-love in the form of self-esteem. It’s also been believed that rose quartz alleviates stress, prevents nightmares and promotes pleasant dreams.
IS ROSE QUARTZ A MATCH FOR YOU
- You’d like to upgrade your skin cleansing gently but effectively
- Acne and blemishes are a problem for you
- Driving away negative energy is a priority
- You need better emotional balance
ROSE QUARTZ COLLECTION
Formulated for oily, blemish-prone skin, the gentle yet effective ROSE QUARTZ uses the power of rose quartz to draw energy in and promote healthy cell growth, while stimulating the immune system to bring skin into equilibrium. Its multi-action formula has salicylic acid, known for its effectiveness in fighting skin blemishes. We also include potassium zzeloyl diglycinate, which improves skin feel and appearance by eliminating gloss.
KEY CHARACTERISTICS OF ROSE QUARTZ
Given its strong association with love, rose quartz is said to balance emotions and promote the positive energies of compassion, healing, nourishment and comfort.
The moods most often associated with rose quartz are love, compassion, contentment and happiness. It counteracts negative emotions, promotes empathy and sensitivity and increases willpower and energy.
Color and Character:
Rose quartz’s shades vary from pale to strong pink, with many believing that a stone with a more intense pink shade has greater power.
Water, especially related to emotions, such as tears of joy, tears of sadness and tears of laughter, because tears are a water-based expression of human emotions.