Stonecrop: Could This Succulent Houseplant Be the Secret to Younger-looking Skin? by Belinda Lichty Clarke
The stonecrop plant, also known as sedum, is a pretty, house-friendly succulent you'd find in your kitchen window box. It's also a key source the Hungarian organic skin-care line, Eminence, has tapped to promote healthier, smoother skin.
Used by herbalists to treat eczema, skin ulcers and burns, stone crop has not only demonstrated healing properties, but works to minimize hyper pigmentation and help brighten the skin. For summer, try the Stone Crop Hydrating Mist to boost moisture and to soothe dry skin.
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