Beauty benefits of all-purpose rose water
Rosewater has always found a place in every household. This natural by-product of rose oil that is used in perfumes, is full of healing powers. Read on...
- Rosewater is a natural toner. Pour two to three drops of rosewater on a cotton ball and wipe it thoroughly on the face and neck to remove dirt and grit. Follow this routine every morning and night for a natural glow, and refreshing and soothing effect.
- Due to its refreshing fragrance, you can put a few drops of rosewater into the bathing water for glowing skin. This can relax and sooth your body and mind.
- For skin irritation caused by acne, pimples, redness and breakouts, wash your face with rosewater.
- Rosewater comes with natural conditioning and moisturising properties, making it a part of your hair care routine. Add a few drops of rosewater with your shampoo. It will also give a long-lasting fragrance to your hair.
- It also aids hair growth. After shampooing, pour half a cup of rosewater on the wet hair and gently massage your scalp for a few minutes.
- Mix rosewater with glycerin or fenugreek powder and apply it on the scalp to prevent dandruff.
- Its therapeutic properties can help combat inflammations on the scalp.
- Being a by-product of rose oil, it is as an alternative to normal hair oil.
- Mildly soak cotton swabs in rosewater and place it over your eyes for a soothing, cooling and relaxing effect.
- Get instant relief from burning, red or inflammatory eyes by pouring two to three drops of rosewater in each eye and closing it for a few minutes. You can also cleanse your eyes every night to wade off any eye infection. Rosewater is also one of the ingredients used in Ayurvedic medicine.
- Banish those dark circles by smearing rosewater under the eyes.
- To treat those tired and droopy eyes, mix sandalwood with rosewater, apply on the eye lids and wash it off with cold water after 15 minutes.