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Eminence Stone Crop Serum

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So, I know I’m known for my skin care recipes, but I do love to experiment with different skin care not made by me!  After all, it’s a great way to learn about different ingredients!  Just so you know, I would not waste a post on anything I didn’t love.  This serum is absolutely mind blowing.

I get so many comments and questions about sun and age spots-so many of us are needing to improve skin tone and are desperate for a quick remedy.   Sun damage usually happens in our younger years.  Remember that bad sun burn you got as a kid?  Most likely the damage from that burn was only a sunburn and some peeling.  Once the burn was gone, everything was back to normal for your skin.  Well, not so fast….  all the tanning and burning we do in our early years adds up under the surface of our skin.  Once the late 20’s-early 30’s hit-BOOM-It all comes out.  Throw in a pregnancy or two, or three and most of us have quite a few dark spots just hanging out on our skin.

Of course I will never recommend a product that has chemicals or is not organic.  My standards are pretty high when it comes to skin care-I’ve learned to read the back of labels.  So when I find a product that passes the test, I am pumped to give it a go.  Usually results are too scarce to share or I am confident I can DIY it, until now…..

Eminence’s Stone Crop Serum is a miracle worker.  I’ve literally been using this serum for 2 weeks.  I started noticing my sun spots diminishing within 1 week.  After 2 I can’t believe how it’s fading my darker sun spots!  It goes on very similar to aloe vera.  It’s really light and not oily at all.   It moisturizes nicely and smells wonderful.  I have ordered the rest of this line which includes a cleanser, moisturizer and mask!

Eminence Stone Crop SerumThe main ingredient of this serum is Stone Crop-I had no clue what stone crop was until now-In case you are like me and need to know details, the stone crop plant is a ground cover.  It is a hardy succulent that can grow in extreme conditions.  Basically when a plant is “hardy”, it means the plant retains it’s water well.  So you can see this plant is great for hydration and strengthening the skin.  Something about the stone crop plant also fades the skin-rather quickly I might add….

What Eminence has to say-

Description: Reduces the appearance of age spots and and skin blotches

Skin Type: Pigmented, reactive, sensitive and dehydrated skin types

Key Ingredients:

  • Stone Crop Juice & Pulp: hydrates and reduces the appearance of age spots and skin blotches
  • Bearberry Extract: reduces the appearance of age spots and blotches
  • Green Tea: high in antioxidants, polyphenols, flavonoids, and vitamins for youthful looking skin
  • Biocomplex™: a booster of antioxidants, vitamins, Coenzyme Q10, and Alpha Lipoic Acid to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and improve the appearance of skin

Stone Crop Serum’s Benefits:

• 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

Full list of Ingredients:

Stone Crop Juice, Bearberry Extract, Stone Crop Pulp, Green Tea Extract, Rosemary, Sage, Thyme, Glycerine (Plant Source), Natural Moisturizing Factor, Lavender Extract, Glycine Derivative, Xanthan Gum, Biocomplex (Vitamin A, Ester C, Vitamin E, Coenzyme Q10, Alpha Lipoic Acid), Lavender Oil, Chlorophyl.



I LOVE LOVE LOVE this serum.  I’m thrilled to have found it-I don’t see results like this very often.  It’s not common for one product, that is not using chemicals, to deliver such quick results, especially when it comes to fading sun and age spots.  Plus, this high quality line is reasonably priced.  I’m a believer that this serum (even though I make my own for much cheaper) was worth every penny!  This is a keeper.  I’m so excited to try more of this line!

Find the Stone Crop Serum HERE.

I’ll keep you posted and please share if you have your own experiences with Eminence!



  1. Christine says:

    Jenni, do you think this serum would be good for wrinkles and saggy skin or is it just for age spots/sun damage?

    • Chrstine-I think Eminence has a better serum for wrinkles. I am researching this line and will do more reviews as I use them but I know they do offer a travel kit with 5 anti aging products-I just searched amazon and it popped up. That might be an option.

  2. Barbara says:

    Does this work on blood vessels close to the surface when this happens it leaves a red dot on your skin. I was told by a Doctor that it was because my skin is thinning in those areas.

  3. Hi there,
    I have hyper pigmentation in my cheeks and upper lip and nose cause from hormonal issues. I am currently using a cream recommended by a dermatologist but would much rather use something natural to lighten my skin, do you think this would work for me?

    Thank you,

  4. Heather says:

    Are you still happy with this serum? I have hyper pigmentation from all the hormones I had to take to get pregnant. It is driving me CRAZY!! I was thinking of trying this. Also, have you had a chance to use anything else from the line? I’m looking for a day cream with SPF. And one last question… Do you have a recommendation for a peel? Something more natural 🙂 Thanks!!


  5. Heather says:

    Not really sure I posted my comment correctly yesterday so I thought I would try again 🙂 I was wondering what your thoughts were on this serum after using it for a while. I have hyper pigmentation from all the hormones I had to take to get pregnant. I’m trying to find something more natural for my skin to fade the areas. Also have you had a chance to try anything else from the line? I’m looking for a day cream with a SPF. And one last question… Do you have any recommendations for a natural facial peel? Thanks so much!!


    • Heather-So sorry-I’ve been on vacation this weekend! Yes, I love this serum for long term use. The longer I use it the more I see my sun spots dissipating. It’s gentle and lightly moisturizes so it’s a great one to use as long as you need to. I am familiarizing myself with Eminence slowly-I’ve started on a cleanser for problem skin and am about to start a serum for problem skin as well. I love this line so far. It gets great reviews and I can understand the ingredients! I will continue to post reviews on each Eminence product I try. They do have an AHA fruit pulp mask which I’m anxious to try as well- I use Coola moisturizer for my spf day cream-I like it, it’s very light and has an SPF of 30.
      Hope this helps!!

      • Heather says:

        Great!! Thanks!! I will give it a try 🙂 (Also I’m sorry for the double comment… I can now see that both my comments posted 🙂

  6. I don’t see the stone crop serum on their website but I see a licorice brightening serum . Have you tried that one?

  7. I don’t see the stone crop serum on their website but I see a licorice brightening serum . Have you tried that one?

    • Nicole-I haven’t tried that one yet. I’ve been dabbling here and there with their line and so far, I’m beyond impressed. I think you are safe trying anything. I’ve never heard one bad thing about this line!

  8. treehugger says:

    Worked in a day spa a few years back and one of the stylists accidently grabbed the barrel of a hot curling iron. She immediately applied the Stone Crop Serum and had not one blister. My husband works as a Chef, and he applies it to his burns he acquires daily in the kitchen and also does not blister.

  9. I also love Eminence products but i always buy them at a local spa. I usually wait until they have their 20% off sales. On their website Eminence warns about buying from third party retailers where the product may be outdated or counterfeit. They recommend purchasing from their certified spas which i think is a good idea.

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