Rose Flower Water


Regular price
£7.95

Rosewater is excellent for the skin. It is a common ingredient in skin tonics but it can also be used as a facial toner on its own. Rosewater is soothing, cooling, antiseptic and gentle, and...


Rosewater is excellent for the skin. It is a common ingredient in skin tonics but it can also be used as a facial toner on its own. Rosewater is soothing, cooling, antiseptic and gentle, and these properties make it especially good for dry or sensitive skin. Most people like the smell of rosewater and if you like to make your own cosmetics, rosewater is used in many recipes for face creams and hand creams.Using floral waters is an excellent alternative for some of the most expensive essential oils on the market. Rose otto (Rosa damascena)Using floral waters is an excellent alternative for some of the most expensive essential oils on the market. Rose otto (Rosa damascena) and neroli (Citrus aurantium var. amara) are beautiful essential oils that can break the bank in terms of cost. Rose and neroli (also known as orange blossom) floral waters, smell equally heavenly for a small fraction of the cost of the essential oil. Because they are water-based and water-soluble, they are easily used in sprays and can be safely added to bathwater for all ages.Rose water and orange blossom water are commonly used as ingredients in Indian, North African, and Middle Eastern cuisines. Imagine using them to flavor pastries, cakes, cookies, jellies, syrups, frostings, rice pudding, or other sweet dishes. Delicious! Be careful, as these fragrant liquids can be powerful ingredients and a little goes a long way. are beautiful essential oils that can break the bank in terms of cost. Rose and neroli (also known as orange blossom) floral waters, smell equally heavenly for a small fraction of the cost of the essential oil. Because they are water-based and water-soluble, they are easily used in sprays and can be safely added to bathwater for all ages.

Rose water and orange blossom water are commonly used as ingredients in Indian, North African, and Middle Eastern cuisines. Imagine using them to flavor pastries, cakes, cookies, jellies, syrups, frostings, rice pudding, or other sweet dishes. Delicious! Be careful, as these fragrant liquids can be powerful ingredients and a little goes a long way.