• Brightens and evens skin tone.
• Hydrates and plumps to soften fine lines.
• Soothes inflammation and redness.
• Supports radiant, smooth complexion.
Soothe and calm skin with rose, green tea, chamomile, and witch hazel. Aloe and hyaluronic acid deliver instant hydration for a fresh, youthful appearance.Rose oil helps improve effectiveness of beauty and skincare treatments by increasing permeability, making this toner perfect for use prior to serums and moisturizers in your routine.
Mist on freshly cleansed skin and pat on for use as a toner, before serums and moisturizer. Re-apply anytime for refreshing hydration.
This product makes my skin feels fresh and soft, no irritates, love the smell
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I started using the rose toner and Argan oil Serum.
During the time I started using the toner and serum, I had a lot of weird acne as well as my skin was really irritated (which was unusual for me). After using it for almost 2 months, my skin is in much better condition, Idk, if it’s the toner and serum or my hormones or both or the fact that I never used things like this before and using it has helped.
I’m going to continue using it.
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Rose Water Calming Face Toner
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I love this rose water face toner. This is my third bottle.
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I really love this toner, I feel super hydrated after using it, and the smell is great, it has a very strong smell of rose and I love it !
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Rose Essential Oil
Green Tea Extract
Aqua/Water/Eau, Glycerin, Hamamelis Virginiana (Witch Hazel) Leaf Extract, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Alcohol, Chamomilla Recutita (Matricaria) Flower Extract, Lecithin, Rosa Damascena Flower Oil, Hyaluronic Acid, Allantoin, Camellia Sinensis (Green Tea) Extract, Vitis Vinifera (Grape) Seed Extract, Chamomilla Recutita (Matricaria) Flower Oil, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Benzoate, Citric Acid, Beta Vulgaris (Beet) Root Powder.
Paraben, sulfate and phthalate free. Not tested on animals.Made in the U.S.A.
Beauty routines have included rosewater as a skincare essential for thousands of years. In fact, it goes as far back as the times of the ancient Greeks and Romans! Cleopatra was even rumored to bathe in rose petals. This floral powerhouse is one of the best ways to instantly gain a healthy, radiant, dewy glow.
Rosewater balances and soothes skin and yields regenerative powers. This floral elixir provides essential fatty acids. These compounds fight skincare woes like dryness, inflammation and the signs of aging. It also hydrates, heals and maintains the skin’s pH balance. Skin-soothing super powers, antiseptic and anti-inflammatory abilities make rose water a special ingredient.
And the innumerable benefits of rose water for the face are backed up by modern research. Some studies even show that natural floral aroma reduces stress and promotes a more relaxed state.
We’re breaking down everything you need to know about this skincare powerhouse ahead. Read on to learn about all the benefits of rose water for face care. And see why it should be a part of your everyday skincare routine ahead!
Rosewater is a liquid essentially made by steeping flower petals in water. But what type is best? While there are over 7,000 varieties of roses worldwide, only a few species bear enough oil to produce these products. Bulgarian Rosa damascena is the most well-known as the best oil-bearing choice. Rosa centifolia is also a popular selection.
Also known as hydrosol, rosewater is the result of the meticulous steam-distillation of fresh rose petals. This long-used process ensures the water retains the nutritious skin-benefiting components and pure oil in the flowers. The distillation process also creates essential oil. It takes a whopping 2,400 pounds of roses to make 1 pound of oil. This is why this flower’s oil and water are highly prized and valued.
While incredible for skincare, rose water also brings medicinal and culinary value. There is a long tradition of it being used in medicine in Iran and other parts of the Middle East, as far back as the 7th century. There is also evidence of North American Indian tribes using it to treat ailments. Roses remain a popular flavoring in sweets and treats around the world as well.
A toner is a liquid that's meant to remove any debris or oil left behind after cleansing. Toner also balances the skin's pH levels. This boosts skin's ability to absorb moisture and actives from serums and creams you apply after. By deep cleaning and balancing, toners can help minimize the appearance of pores, too.
Rosewater has been used as a skincare treatment since ancient times. It is well known for both anti-inflammatory and nourishing properties. Today’s rose water facial toners work the same way. They excel at cleansing and soothing the complexion.
Note that while rose water can feel hydrating and calming, it shouldn't replace face moisturizer. The main benefit of rosewater is the instant refreshed feeling it gives skin. For true, long-lasting hydration, use a face toner along with a daily face moisturizer or night cream.
Spritz it on clean, bare skin in the morning as the first step in your skincare routine. Or, use it as a pick-me-up throughout the day. Its refreshing feel and soft fragrance wakes up tired senses.
Your toner goes on after cleansing and exfoliating, day or night (or both!) It’s best to tone when your skin is still a little damp for better absorption. Spray your face and decolletage with the toner. Then, pat it into skin like you would serum. Serums, creams and oils should be applied after toner, not before.
Inside rosewater, you’ll find a rich source of flavonoids and vitamins (such as A, B3, C, D, and E). These nutrients are important for the health and appearance of both skin and hair. Rose hydrosol water also improves circulation and maintains the water balance of the skin, essential for healthy skin. Here are a few of our favorite benefits:
Delicate rosewater actually contains a number of very powerful antioxidants. These antioxidants protect skin cells against damage caused by stressors. Stressors include pollutants, UV rays, and other free radicals in the environment. Antioxidants act as your skin’s armor against all the bad things you come into contact with every day. Using a rosewater toner as part of your daily skincare routine helps your skin combat these harmful free radicals. Thus, reducing damage caused by UV rays, pollution, and stress.
One of the greatest benefits of rose water is its powerful anti-inflammatory properties. Calming properties reduce the redness and puffiness caused by conditions like acne, eczema or rosacea. If you’re suffering from inflammation caused by one of these common skin conditions, roses might help.
Rose water has powerful antiseptic and antibacterial properties. These abilities improve wound healing time by fighting off invaders. Rosewater helps fight off microbes responsible for breakouts. And nourishing vitamins lessen the chances of blemishes scarring.
Rosewater is often found in skincare products targeting wrinkles. That’s because of its ability to lessen fine lines and wrinkles and fight the signs of aging. The same antioxidants that fight UV damage from the sun are responsible for anti-aging abilities.
Did we mention this bloom has detoxifying, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory qualities? It makes a great addition to bath water for a deeply refreshing cleanse. A few spritzes of rose water into a hot bath will leave you feeling relaxed. Your skin feels cleansed, hydrated and smells amazing.
From moisturizing to setting makeup, rosewater serves many purposes in your skincare routine. Check out all the ways this miracle product can boost your everyday rituals.
Not a morning person? Caffeine isn’t the only way to give you a boost of energy in the morning. You can wake up your complexion with a rosewater face toner. Spritzing skin with a refreshing toner is just as effective as splashing cold water on your face. But it’s way more pleasant and smells better!
One of our favorite skin-care tips of all time is to apply a moisturizer right after you wash your face. This helps trap moisture on your skin. A mist of a rosewater toner will help lock in moisture in the same way. Just apply moisturizer straight away after spraying.
Makeup blending sponges often work best damp, so prep yours before you use it. Next time, try spraying your makeup blending sponge with rose water instead. Then blend in cream and liquid products for a more effortless application.
You can soften makeup and reduce the cakey effect some powders create with a few spritzes of rosewater. You can also take your face mist on-the-go to freshen up your complexion throughout the day.
Mix a few drops of coconut oil into a few spritzes of rose water together in your palm and you have a deep cleansing balm perfect for makeup removal. It works great to both cleanse dirt and debris from the pores while keeping the skin hydrated. Follow up with a gentle face wash for a deep clean.
Day or night, finish your routine with another round of rose water face spray (even if you’ve already used it!) After smoothing on oils, serums and moisturizers give your skin a final boost of hydration to lock everything in.
With all these benefits, it's no wonder rose water has stood the test of time. This amazing skincare powerhouse is a staple in many skincare routines around the globe. Its use dates back to the days of Cleopatra. This floral elixir offers numerous benefits for the skin and is usually known to be harmless. Whether your face needs to be soothed, hydrated or refreshed, rose water has you covered.