WHAT ARE THEY?
Stress Response Proteins are a specific type of protein found in the Resurrection Plant (Selaginella Lepidophylla) natively found in the Chihuahua Desert in Mexico. The Resurrection Plant can survive in the harsh, dry desert climate by curling up into a tight ball to conserve water, which gives the plant the appearance of being dead. However, when exposed to moisture again, it springs back to life.
WHAT DO THEY DO?
They lock moisture in the skin to keep it looking hydrated and feeling smooth.
WHAT ARE THEY GOOD FOR?
Because they trap moisture in the skin, they work well for very dry skin as well as aging and mature skin.