Rose Water for your complete skin care


Rose water has multiple beauty skin care uses; use it for treating acne and skin irritations; Rose Water nourishes and hydrates your skin.  You can use Rose Water in a facial or hair mask, add Rose Water to your bath water and use Rose Water as a moisturizer after your bath.

Use Rosewater As A Moisturizing Cream
Add a few drops of rosewater to your usual moisturizer and mix well. It is suitable for both oily and dry skin because rosewater helps to maintain the pH balance of your skin and it can help to fight several varieties of dermatitis.

Rose Water is also used for smoothing wrinkles and restoring the vitality and moisture balance of facial skin (Apply directly on skin by using cotton ball in circular motions twice a day – before bed and in the morning).

Use on mature skin to rejuvenate and refresh. Use as an aftershave to soothe irritated skin. Lightly mist face as needed to invigorate the senses and mind.
Spray a little rose water on your face before cleansing to loosen dirt and foundation makeup while giving your face lasting softness without leaving it feeling greasy. You’ll spend less time scrubbing and the rose’s natural properties work well for sensitive, acne prone and aging skin alike.

2 comments on “Rose Water for your complete skin care

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