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Flower Reverses Skin Aging

The beautiful blue globe daisy has evolved to survive and thrive in extreme conditions.

I’ve bought a lot of floral arrangements over the years. Roses, tulips, lilies… I have yet to meet a woman who doesn’t love a delivery of fresh flowers.

But there is another flower I’ve become very familiar with lately. A flower that makes its first appearance in early May — just in time for Mother’s Day.

It’s the rare globe daisy — and it only grows in the alpine mountain peaks of central Europe and Turkey.

It’s called Globularia Cordifolia. That translates to “heart-leaved globe daisy.”

And like the many women in my life, there’s more to this flower than just striking good looks…

The globe daisy is a strong survivor that has learned to thrive in some of the harshest conditions Mother Nature could throw at it. Perched on the side of the Alps, it endures subfreezing temperatures, barren soil, a blazing sun and rocky terrain.

But despite these severe conditions, the tiny globe daisy is a survivor. Its secret is that it has learned to adapt…

It produces cells that live longer. They detoxify themselves naturally. And they regenerate faster.

As an anti-aging doctor, when I first heard this, I had to ask myself… Isn’t this exactly what you want your skin to do?

Every day your skin is assaulted by ultraviolet radiation, pollution, smoke, pesticides and other chemicals. Those toxins accumulate in your skin cells leaving your skin looking dull, tired and older than your years.

Until very recently, this kind of damage couldn’t be fixed without medical intervention. But today, that’s no longer the case. A new discovery has allowed us to help skin repair and rejuvenate itself naturally.

It involves a special type of cell that “sleeps” in the deepest layers of your skin. These stem cells only wake up when they’re needed to repair serious damage at the surface.

And as you age, the supply of these sleeping cells dwindles. Your skin can’t heal as quickly. Your wrinkles start winning the battle.

But we’ve finally found a way to boost these stem cells using molecules extracted from the Globularia cordifolia. These extracts stimulate your skin cells to rally their own natural anti-aging defenses.

In laboratory studies, when Globularia cordifolia extract was added to face cream,1 it:

  • Regenerated dull skin by 67%
  • Detoxified skin cells by removing accumulated waste
  • Increased the lifespan of skin cells
  • Healed UV damage
  • Reduced skin inflammation by 23%

Overall, Globularia cordifolia extract soothed skin, reduced redness, improved the evenness of the complexion and restored its natural glow.

This is a breakthrough technology that promises to change the future of skin care products.

You won’t find Globularia cordifolia extract in department store or drugstore skin care products. Right now it’s only available on the wholesale market. And only a very limited number of producers have access to it.

I’m so excited about the power of Globularia cordifolia extract that I’ve included it in one of my products. I’ve combined it with other stem cell technologies that help lift and tighten your skin.

To Your Good Health,

Al Sears, MD

Al Sears, MD, CNS

1. Grizaud CM., et al. “Plant Cell Culture Technology: An Innovative And Sustainable Technology For The Production of Cosmetic Active Ingredients: Two Case Studies.” SEDERMA, Le Perray-en-Yvelines, France.