Rosewater Doesn’t Just Survive, It Thrives!

 Rosewater Doesn’t Just Survive, It Thrives!

Rosewater has been used for centuries in women’s beauty care because it offers optimal benefits. Rose water, obtained by steam distillation of rose petals, was used in ancient Egypt for beauty rituals, in the Mughal Empire for bathing queens, and in Rome, where rose petals were believed to be associated with Venus.

And of course, Cleopatra was famous for her bathing rituals in which rose petals were mixed with goat’s milk and honey to smooth the skin. In recent years, new ingredients like vitamin C, alpha-arbutin, and witch hazel have led the beauty race, relegating simple rosewater to the back burner of the cosmetic aisle. However, with the growing popularity of natural, organic, and traditional ingredients, rosewater has returned to the forefront.

“Rosewater”, commonly known as “Gulab Jal” in India, is a skincare ingredient used by many grandmothers. It has anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and antioxidant properties and is remarkably versatile. It soothes, firms, and moisturizes the skin. Antioxidants help prevent damage caused by oxidative stress. They also protect against harmful free radicals and damage from UV rays and pollution, resulting in smoother, problem-free skin.”

Rose water also has antibacterial properties, making it ideal for acne-prone and sensitive skin. A good idea is to use rose water as a lotion or concentrated rose petal mist. It is effective when used as a mist, lotion, or serum.

In the summer, rose water, among other things, is a must because it not only moisturizes the skin but also makes it more supple.” “Rose water helps balance the pH, reduces excessive oil production without drying out the skin, and soothes redness and inflammation. It’s also a great ingredient to mix into packs,” Bijlani explains. Rose water can also be used for hair. Just add a few drops to your shampoo or conditioner to keep your hair moist and healthy.

Perhaps the most underrated effect of rose water is its invigorating scent. It can change your mood and reduce stress. Just spray a little on your pillow before bed – for deep, restful sleep. Use as a cleanser: mix a few drops of coconut oil with rose water to remove your makeup.

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Sara has completed her education in marketing and started her career as a digital marketer. She is a content writer by profession. And she would love to add multiple things to her knowledge that she can add to her writing style. She writes about rose water.


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