ROSYTIME is a delicious and fragrant way to enjoy extremely high antioxidants from foods such as cactus fruit, acerola cherry, cranberry, and rose.
Along with abundant phytonutrients from these plant foods, the high concetration of antioxidants from wholesome foods can help encourage collagen production by your own body, reduce damage by harmful UV rays, and protect against free-radical damage.
Antioxidants also help prevent DNA damage, promote wound healing, and improve skin’s texture and appearance by slowing down the signs of aging.
- Vegetarian and vegan friendly
- Tested for heavy metals and pesticides
- Lactose free
- Preservative free
- Produced in Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) certified facility
- Formulated with the science of Nutritional Immunology
Main ingredients in ROSYTIME
1. Cactus fruit
Cactus fruit takes several years to ripen, and is rich in antioxidants and phytonutrients beneficial to promoting a healthy immune system and wound healing.
Cactus fruit has seven times as much antioxidants as vitamin C. Studies indicate that while beneficial for promoting skin health from the inside out, cactus fruit may also decrease the signs of aging.
When combined with cactus fruit extract, normal human fibroblasts (skin cells) show an increase in cell proliferation, which greatly benefit skin health and wound healing.
Rose contains up to 50 times the amount of antioxidants in lemons, and this high concentration of antioxidants can help encourage collagen production by our own body, reduce damage by harmful UV rays, and protect against free-radical damage.
The antioxidants and nutrients in rose have shown to be able to help prevent DNA damage, promote wound healing, and improve the skin’s texture and appearance.
Rose petals are mildly astringent and is therefore valuable in skin care products. Studies indicate that rose petals may also help reduce high cholesterol levels.
Rose hips are potent sources of vitamin C and phytochemicals including polyphenols, pectin, bioflavonoids, tannins and carotinoids. These phytochemicals are found in an easily absorbable form the body readily accepts.
Additional studies show that rose hips, which contain high levels of antioxidant flavonoids, have anti-inflammatory properties that are useful in the treatment of knee or hip osteoarthritis, a degenerative joint disease that affects over 20 million Americans.
3. Acerola cherries
Acerola cherries are rich in vitamin C, a powerful antioxidant. The high amounts of vitamin C contribute to vitamin B12 and iron absorption by our body. Acerola cherries also contain 33 times the amount of vitamin C in orange juice.
Cranberries contain antioxidant proanthocyanidins, known especially for its ability to remove free radicals scavenging effect, avoid cells damage and maintain the health and viability of the cells.
Biochemical experiments also found that cranberries contain antioxidants can effectively inhibit the body of low-density lipoprotein (LDL, commonly known as bad cholesterol) oxidation.