Rosalieve completes our full portfolio of accelerators targeted to address the appearance of the 4 most common skin concerns – pigmentation, wrinkles, acne, and redness.
- It can also help towards reducing the redness associated with rosacea.
- The NHS estimates that this effects up to 1 in 10 people, although this figure could be more.
- Triggers for redness include sunlight, heat, stress, exercise, hormonal fluctuations, eating certain foods and drinks.
- There is a large market opportunity for a product to address this to help to reduce redness, this is why Jan Marini Skin research Europe spent years of research and development to formulate ROSALIEVE.
- It is the first exclusive product designed specifically to target excess redness whilst minimising flushing and erythema.
- With continuous use it will reduce sensitivity which consistently reduces redness and flushing over time.
- It's paraben free.
There are 9 key ingredients which make this fantastic formula so effective:
- Azelaic Acid 5% - Gold standard helping to reduce redness and lumps, also fantastic for hormonal breakouts
- Tetrapeptide - 14 Reduces inflammatory response
- Ranunculus Ficaria Extract – Belongs to the buttercup family. Antibacterial as well as antifungal. Soothes and clams irritated skin
- Hydroxyphenyl Propamidobenzoic Acid - Oat Extract skin soothing and anti-irritant
- Epigallocatechin Gallate - Concentrated Green Tea – healing and soothing
- Allantoin Acetyl Methionine – Anti irritant, stimulates and strengthens the skins collagen fibres, helps protect the skin from harmful external factors
- White Tea - Calming
- Red Tea Extract - Calming
- Boswellia Serrata Extract (tree) – Used for thousands of years for its ability to manage inflammatory disorders. It delays reactions to sensitivity
There are several products within the Jan Marini range which would enhance the results of Rosalieve, ask Joanne Willcox for more information.
For further information
click the following documents:
Skincare Management System
Regeneration booster - clinical study