Rose flowers are used in body care for their antiseptic, aromatic, astringent, cell regenerating and rejuvenating, demulcent, hydrating and vulnerary properties. Rose is recommended for: dry-dehydrated, delicate-sensitive, normal-combination, tired-mature-wrinkled, and traumatized skin.
It is particularly effective in treating eczema, broken capillaries and wrinkles. Rose is beloved for its beautiful scent, and is currently used as an ingredient in dry and mature skin products such as facial steams, cleansers, lotions, toners, moisturizers and bath herbs.
Rosewater has long been used as a toner and moisturizer by beauties to soothe sore complexions. Diluted, it can be applied to cotton balls and placed on closed eyes to reduce puffiness. It also makes a lovely mouthwash. For dry hair, roses are included in shampoos, conditioners and hair rinses.
The rose is a symbol of balance, love and bliss and is an ancient symbol of love and beauty. Roses have the highest vibratory frequency of any plant and provide great wound-healing properties both emotional and physical. Placing 2 roses on your bedside table is said to assist you in your dream state.
Best for the following skin types:
Best for combination, couperose, dry-dehydrated, delicate-sensitive and mature skin
- - antiseptic
- - antioxidant
- - astringent
- - cell regenerating
- - healing
- - hydrating
- - rejuvenating
- - soothing
- - balancing
- - healing
- - loving
- - preservative