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Edelweiss, or Leontopodium Nivale, is a ruggedly lovely and regally white flower that fills the tall European mountains. Like its daisy and sunflower brethren, its petals are exquisite and intricate, adding to its beauty. Though its life-span is short, its intense, fleeting beauty is a marvel none can deny.


This remarkable flower lives in incredibly harsh conditions. It is drawn to limestone, thriving in incredibly high altitudes up to even 9,800 feet. Because it is constantly battered with severe sun, wind, and cold exposure, it’s resilience and natural capability to regenerate and heal is immense. This translates into your skincare. Targeting the RNA inside our cells, it repairs and heals our skin. Edelweiss is also amazing for graceful-aging because of how much antioxidants it contains. They fight against free radicals which are extremely harmful compounds that damage your skin cells and cause wrinkles, sagging, and discoloration. Edelweiss delivers hydration straight to the deepest parts of your skin. Its humectant qualities result in the subsequent retention to ensure long-term health and moisture. Leontopodic acid, a compound Edelweiss is high in, reduces sensitivity while simultaneously strengthening the skin’s natural barrier. This makes your cheeks more resistant to external stressors like airborne toxins and pollutants. It also has an extraordinary ability to neutralize free radicals and prevents oxidative damage, preserving your skin’s youth and keeping it supple, youthful, and healthy.


Edelweiss is a famous flower, renowned for its gorgeousness despite living in difficult climates. It is a national symbol for countless countries including Austria, Switzerland, and Romania. A lovely ballad was written in its honor, sung by the talented main character Maria in The Sound of Music. The flower was used throughout history as traditional, folk medicine that treats abdominal and respiratory conditions. Nicknamed “Wool Flower,” “Little Lion Foot” and directly translated to “Noble White,” this flower is a symbol of strength, toughness, and purity.

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