Your New BFF... Rose Water

Roses are red, water is blue, and when you blend the two together, you get an ultimate powerhouse ingredient- containing hydrating and soothing properties, as well as natural antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, and antibacterial powers.

 

We’ve compiled a list of a few of our favorite Rose Water remedies.

 

Rose water helps with acne.

Because of rose water’s antimicrobial properties, it serves as a great all-natural remedy for acne. ABOUT FACE: ROSE WATER is super-concentrated with colloidal silver and rose water, a bacteria-fighting power-duo.

 

Rose water nourishes your hair.

Add a few tablespoons of rose water to a cup of water, then pour it through your hair after washing for a DIY hair rinse. The rose water will not only hydrate your strands, but give the sweet, subtle scent of roses as well. It’s a win / win!

 

Rose water soothes razor burn.

As a mild astringent and antibacterial, rose water is the perfect solution for razor burn on your legs or bikini area. Simply soak a cotton pad or cotton ball and sweep it over your irritated area—your skin will feel cooled, soft, and smooth.

 

Rose water promotes relaxation.

Add a little rose water to your bath, it’ll soothe your mind, promote relaxation, and leave your skin smooth and hydrated.

 

Rose water reduces stress.

Not only does rose water smell just delightful, experts say that breathing in the scent of rose can promote a calmer, more relaxed state. It is also studied that breathing in rose water lowers cortisol (a.k.a. stress hormones) in the body.

 

Rose water can be used as a mouthwash alternative.

Rose water’s antimicrobial properties also work to help cleanse the mouth. A mouth wash with rose water has been studied to reduce pain in people suffering from canker sores.

 

Try out our tips and don’t forget to leave your comments below – let us know what a little rose power did for your day!