Tuesday, December 13, 2016

RoseWater benefits and uses


Rosewater dates back to early Egypt when Cleopatra used the natural product in her skincare regimen. 
Whether you have oily skin, dry skin, or combination skin, rose water can be added to your beauty regimen. When purchasing rose water, make sure you buy 100% pure rose water.

Here are some benefits and uses of rosewater

Advantages of using Rosewater

1. Rosewater helps maintain the skin's pH balance.

2. Rosewater helps hydrate, revitalize, and moisturize the skin.

3. Rosewater contains anti-bacterial properties which help in healing scars, cuts, and wounds. 

4. Rosewater is an astringent and can be used as a face toner.

5. Rosewater has antioxidant properties which help to strengthen skin cells, and regenerate skin tissues. 

Uses of Rosewater

1. Use as a spray mist to freshen your face: Rosewater is best utilized in the summer time when the weather is hot and sticky. Spray Rosewater mist on your face to instantly refresh your skin, hydrate, and add radiance to your skin. Keep bottled Rosewater in your fridge and spritz your face throughout the day for beauty and cooling effect. 

2. Pamper yourself with Rosewater Bath: Rosewater is amazing to add to your bath water. It will soften and freshen your skin. It also works as aromatherapy to help you relax after a long day. 
Add two cups of Rosewater to your bath and enjoy your spa time. 

3. Use Rosewater as a makeup remover: Apply Rosewater to a cotton pad and gently apply to your face in circular motion to remove makeup. 

4. No more puffy under eyes: Soak a cotton pad with chilled Rosewater and place it under your eyes. It helps to reduce under eye bags and dark circles. 

5. Rosewater for hair growth: Spray Rosewater onto hair and scalp, and massage for five mins. The Rosewater increases blood circulation to the scalp to nourish and strengthen the hair follicles for hair growth. It also helps to prevent hair loss. 

Do you incorporate Rosewater in your beauty regimen?




  1. Where do you usually buy your rose water? I had some years ago but have not found any locally for myself- any good websites?

    1. Hi Donna - check out these websites for rosewater.