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5 Surprising Ways to Use Rose Water for Your Skin

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Natural and less-processed skincare products have taken the beauty market by storm. One of the products that have gained increased popularity in the recent past is rose water. In this post, we shall look at the 5 surprising ways you can use rose water for your skin. Read along to learn more.

What is Rose Water?

Rose water consists of rose petals and water. Its sweet smell makes it ideal to be used as a perfume, although it has medical values. It has, for many years, been used in the Middle East and North America for beauty purposes.

Benefits 

The skin is among the most critical parts of our bodies. Being the largest organ in our bodies, it protects us against chemicals, UV radiation, and other pollutants. Rose water comes with many benefits to your skin, including:

  • Helps your skin remain hydrated and nourished
  • It helps maintains your skin’s PH levels
  • Calms skin various problems, such as dermatitis, eczema, acne, among others
  • Controls sebum production
  • Boosts skin’s barrier function
  • Contains anti-aging properties

How to Use for a Glowing Skin

Having seen the health benefits of rose water, you may be thinking of giving it a try. If that’s the case, you’re probably asking yourself how to use it for your skin. Don’t worry; we got you covered. Below you’ll see the various ways you can rose water for glowing skin:

Toner

Toning is an essential part of a good skincare routine. While most people ignore toning, it’s an integral part of the skincare regimen as it helps remove dirt, oils, and debris that the cleaner might have missed.

Rose water will help cleanse your skin while maintaining your skin’s PH levels. What’s more, it contains astringent properties that help remove oils from the skin pores. Using regularly will help make your skin free of extra oil. It will also help prevent skin issues such as acne, blackheads, whiteheads, etc.

Unlike chemical-based toners, using rose water as a toner will not cause dryness on your skin. Due to its soothing properties, it will leave your skin feeling fresh.

After-Shave

Thanks to rose water, you can also say goodbye to the skin burns and rashes after shaving your legs or any other part of the body. Due to its calming effect, this beauty can help soothe your skin and reduce inflammation. For better results, consider spritzing it on the shaved area.

Makeup Remover

Most people, especially those with sensitive skin, have a problem finding a makeup remover right for their skin. Thanks to rose water, you don’t have to use irritating makeup removers anymore.

It can help dissolve makeup and oils on your skin, just like a regular makeup remover (if not better).

Moisturizer

Dehydration is another common skin issue that can cause many problems, including rashes, redness, tingling sensation, and premature aging. While drinking water is an excellent way to keep your skin hydrated, it’s sometimes not just enough. Luckily, rose water can help moisturize your skin, giving it a healthy glow. 

Facial Mist

Face mists come with a myriad of uses. Among other things, they can help restore your skin’s PH levels, hydrate the skin, and cleanse tone.

Rose water will come in handy if you are out and about a lot. It can help you remove the dirt and sweat accumulated on your face when you’re outside. What’s more, it will help hydrate your skin and give a refreshing feel due to its heavenly smell.

Side Effects

Unless you’re allergic to roses, rose water is safe to use. Even so, it would help if you did due diligence before buying rose water to ensure that it doesn’t have any added substances. However, as with any other new product, it’s advisable to do a patch test to determine whether the product is suitable for your skin to have it become part of your skincare routine. 

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Samuel Njoroge

Written by Samuel Njoroge

Samuel is a freelance writer, blogger, copywriter, and marketer. He has a career spanning for three years and enjoys crafting error-free content that increases subscriptions and sales. He excels in health, self-improvement, technology, and marketing topics.

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