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Because I test tons of new products every month, I tend to have half-full bottles of product throughout my bathroom and beauty closet (yes, I have a beauty closet).

It takes a while to actually finish a whole bottle or jar of product because I’m constantly cycling in new and old things to try — unless I become particularly attached to a miracle product and must use it every day.

I just finished using is Dermelect Cosmeceuticals’ Resurgent Stem Cell Firming Activator. That’s a pretty fancy name for a really amazing toner that’s made of alpine rose stem cells, which are supposed to help preserve and protect your skin.

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{Dermelect Cosmeceuticals sent me a sample of its Resurgent Stem Cell Firming Activator. It retails for $39. Photo Courtesy Dermelect Cosmeceuticals}

One of my favorite things about this firming activator — aka toner — is how fine the mist was from this lovely little silver bottle. Even though the product inside is what really matters, I find that when I use toners that have heavier mists or a very-targeted stream of product, it just isn’t as pleasant…you want a light, even mist of droplets on your face, not obvious wet spots on certain areas of your face!

Speaking of what’s inside, the Resurgent Stem Cell Firming Activator has a great list of active ingredients, including aloe leaf juice, calendula extract, rosemary leaf extract and of course, rose oil.

When it comes to scents, I’m usually not a huge fan of rose, but the soft scent of alpine rose in Resurgent Stem Cell Firming Activator smells pure and natural — not heavy or artificial.

Do you like rose-scented products? What flower scents do you typically pass up? Tell me what you know in the comments section. may include affiliate links to featured products. Not all product links are affiliate links. If you make a purchase from an affiliate link, earns a small commission.

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  • Kim!

    I’m so glad that you visited my blog so I could find yours! I am a beauty product junkie and also have a “graveyard” of partially empty bottles! Thanks for sharing this! I’ve been using John Masters Organics Rose & Aloe toning mist – very pleased with it so far!

    Now following you on Twitter!

    xo, sam

  • @sam thanks for stopping by! so glad we could connect. i read your blog every morning via email :) i am also a fan of pretty much EVERYTHING john masters organics — including that mist. xo

  • Love this review. I am always on the lookout for new products.