Rosewater: The Magic Potion

By | September 26, 2019

We all love to have healthy and younger-looking skin, but it is highly unlikely with stress and pollution. We can get hefty ranging cosmetics, but they do no good but affect our pockets. So what would one do to get healthy and younger-looking skin that would rejuvenate being pocket-friendly? Well, the magic potion of Cleopatra’s beauty is the missing element from your beauty regime. Rosewater has antioxidants that slow ageing. It’s hydrating, soothing and medicinal properties make it a promising product. And lastly, it is cheap to buy, which surely ticks all the boxes for us.

The Magic Ingredient

The rosewater makes a difference in your skin by the presence of hydrosol in it. Distillation of rose petals produces a hydrosol. Although the hydrosol is only present in authentic rose water, as it is more likely to hold onto the roses’ natural vitamins, minerals, and scent. The types of roses used to produce rosewater are Rosa centifolia, Rosa damascena, Rosa gallica. All the roses are fragrant with medicinal properties that make them the highly preferred types of roses used.

We want Rosewater!

Iran and Turkey grow roses in abundance, making them the biggest producers of rosewater in the world. The Middle Eastern cosmetic industry dominates the world by its fascinating beauty trends, I mean, who doesn’t want to be a Middle Eastern beauty, right? Rosewater calls for the buzz as it is 100% organic product. The rosewater also plays a massive role in the latest trend, like the Korean Beauty trend. The crystal clear skin makes everyone lure for rosewater.

It Just Doesn’t Limit to Beauty

Except for being allergic, there are absolutely no risks at using rosewater. Rosewater can be used as a toner, makeup setter, gin or tonic, also with its antidepressant and antiseptic properties it is used as a mood enhancer and scar healer. It isn’t just right for your skin but for your body and mind.

So did you include rosewater to your daily life? if not, will you include it now?


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About Kishor Devchake

Kishor currently works as a content writer for Industry Updates 365 and a couple of other platforms. Fortified with a graduated in Journalism and Mass Communication, He researched headlong into a writing career, creating resourceful and information enriched content in various fields.

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  1. Kishor Deochake Post author

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