What is Stone Crop?


Did you know that stone crop is used commonly among the Eminence organics skincare line has the ability to improve your skin. Stone crop, the plant, is typically used as a ground cover. It is an extremely hardy and succulent plant that’s has been growing among many gardens in wet and extremely dry conditions. This means they can live in many different conditions and they can retain their moisture. Similar to what they can do for your skin. Stone Crop is a very resilient plant that is planted for ground covered areas. This means that if they are walked upon, it will not hurt them. They are strong and withstanding plants that actually can improve your skin’s resiliency as well.

At ESSpa Kozmetika Organic Skincare and Day Spa, we are the only spa establishment in Pittsburgh that has the most extensive line of Eminence Organics skincare products. Within the Eminence Organic products, stone crop is among the most popular. The stone crop products are mostly for those who have pigmented sensitive skin types. However, the stone crop’s fresh scent makes everyone want to be the perfect candidate. Stone crop is perfect for lightening of different pigmentation among the skin and can be great for regenerating and protecting the skin from environmental factors.
Some Benefits Include:
• Reduce pigmentation and lightens the complexion
• Regenerates and firms stressed skin
• Vitalizes and tones the epidermis
• Moisturizes the skin and helps to reduce visible signs of aging
• Calms sensitive skin

Some Active Ingredients Include:
• Stone Crop: regenerative lightening and moisturizing agent
• Lemon for high amounts of Vitamin C, antioxidant
• Bioflavonoids that fight against free radicals as a protective agent
• Honey for nourishing and is also a moisturizing agent
• Biocomplex™: an antioxidant booster of Vitamins A, Ester-C, E, Coenzyme Q10, Alpha Lipoic Acid

ESSpa Kozmetika Organic Skincare and Day Spa is open everyday for your convenience. If you have any questions regarding our menu of products or services please do not hesitate to contact us at 412-782-3888 or check out our website at http://www.esspa.net.

ESSpa Kozmetika Organic Skincare & Day Spa exists within an organically restored WWI-era auto dealership located just 8 miles north of Downtown Pittsburgh in Aspinwall Borough. Eva and her team of Hungarian-trained professionals use only the finest and handmade products in facials, massages, body and nail treatments that are each designed to go beyond mere relaxation and deliver better-looking, healthy skin. It is Eva’s belief that a trip to a spa should never be considered a luxury and that regular visits to ESSpa Kozmetika Organic Skincare treatments are true preventative medicine that should be routine for the entire family – even children.

For more information contact:
Scott Kerschbaumer
17 Brilliant Ave
Pittsburgh, Pa 15215


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  4. If you ever want to see a reader’s feedback 🙂 , I rate this article for 4/5. Detailed info, but I just have to go to that damn google to find the missed parts. Thanks, anyway!


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  7. Hi there, I wanted to thank everyone for commenting on this particular article and wanted to provide a bit more information. Stone Crop is a plant classified as a succulent (kind of like a cactus or agave) that grows throughout Hungary (and pretty much anywhere as it is a very hardy plant).

    Stone Crop is characterized by fleshy leaves to store the water they need to grow on. They also carry on some of their botanical activities at night. Consequently, they are very well adapted to thrive with almost no additional water, even during droughts. While some Stone Crops may appear tropical, they are actually very tough plants that accept whatever Mother Nature has to offer in the rainfall department — and they’ll make do nicely if there is no rain at all. They are not susceptible to diseases and few pests pay any attention to them.

    You can keep Stone Crop plants well supplied; and they are one of the easiest plants to propagate. Just break off a leaf or a bit of stem and poke it in the ground. Water it until it shows signs of new growth. Stone Crop will thrive so long as drainage is good and the sun is abundant. Stone Crop prefer some grit in their growing medium. They are known for performing well in scree gardens, in which plants are grown in crushed-limestone gravel. These are reputedly so forgiving of neglect that they’ve been called “one-hour-of-care-each-year” gardens. It also is reputed to have medicinal benefits and to boost energy.

    I hope that this helps fill in some blanks.

  8. Not that I’m impressed a lot, but this is a lot more than I expected when I stumpled upon a link on Furl telling that the info here is awesome. Thanks.

  9. Nice mark out of things – Interesting – one could think this way also . Thanks for the post

  10. Sounds good as we love natural organic products, thanks.

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