Rose Quartz Ointment is a highly effective cream for irritated, dry or red skin, and has many more uses: dry eczema, diaper rash, as a baby cream, or for serious problems like fissures, decubitus ulcers, radiation induced skin damage, and even after-effects of frostbite.

How does it work?

The essential ingredients are colloidal silica and rose oil, as well as aqueous extract of Bryophyllum in a hydrating base.

Skin is composed 90% of silica, which is very unusual. Most parts of our body are high in other mineral salts (such as calcium in bones, or potassium and sodium) but skin, hair and nails are strong in silica. (As an aside, Uriel’s Silica comp. Powder is a pleasant tasting and highly effective oral treatment for any weakness of skin, hair or nails. Use as directed for 30 days to see marked improvement! It helps keep the face clear, youthful and vibrant).

Colloidal silica is derived from quartz, the beautifully structured, translucent rock crystal. In colloidal form, it promotes health and enlivens the skin.

Quartz

Rose oil is distilled from fresh rose petals. Did you know it takes around 3,500 pounds of rose petals to make 1 pound of pure rose oil? That’s a lot of roses! Rose petals are exquisitely soft and silky, like baby’s skin, and rose oil is soothing to inflamed or irritated skin.

Bryophyllum comes from the African succulent Kalanchoe daigremontiana, also called Life Plant or Mother of Thousands. Uriel cultivates it in our greenhouses and during a week-long exposure to sunrise and sunset creates a healing extract.

Kalanchoe daigremontiana

The unusual aspect of Bryophyllum is how it creates new plants out of the leaf margins without flower or seed. They form little plants with rootlets hanging in the air which fall off to grow into mature plants. Sometimes the babies have babies themselves while still on the mother plant! A tremendous growth force that acts to restore your skin when damaged or stressed.