Rose, I do love you! The intoxicating aromas combined with the delicate structure and color combinations of the blossoms make roses one of my favorite garden choices. Add the fact that they are edible and have wonderful skin nourishing qualities, and they become a near perfect garden plant. I say near perfect, because the deer think they are pretty wonderful too, and it is a constant struggle to protect them from becoming dessert for the darling deer....
Replenishing Rose Aloe Vera Skin Tonic is an ode to the lovely rose, combining rose hydrosol, rosehip oil, rose geranium and argan oils and glycerin to make a gentle, healing mist for face, arms and legs.
Rose water has been used throughout history by women around the world. Rose water was so popular in fact, even Cleopatra used it to keep her skin dewy and supple during her reign as Queen of Egypt. It was used as a means to cool hot angry skin in the summer heat as well as for its ability to smooth, nourish, and brighten uneven complexions.
We make our own rosewater by distilling pesticide free rose petals harvested from our own garden and a friend's garden. Garden Party Flowers grows some of the most amazing roses I have ever had the pleasure of seeing and smelling; my friend TJ uses them along with other flowers and botanicals to create amazing signature arrangements for weddings and special occasions. When predicted rain threatens to ruin the blossoms, I get to help her deadhead the fully open blossoms and take them home and add them to my own to make rose hydrosol.
Rose hydrosol is very cooling, soothing, anti-inflammatory, and astringent…the perfect gentle solution for those suffering from acne and irritation. Apply it to red, hot to the touch, blemished areas for a calming effects that helps balance the skin’s PH. This will in turn reduce redness and make your skin an un-ideal environment for acne causing bacteria to breed. Rose hydrosol is also quite antiseptic, so acne causing bacteria don’t stand a chance with regular use as a natural skin toner. It’s properties benefit sensitive, irritated, dry, and even oily skin complexions by controlling sebum production, reducing inflammation, and allowing the outer skin barrier to heal and repair itself. Rose hydrosol even tightens the pores making them appear smaller.
Rosehip oil is a naturally rich source of essential fatty acids. ... Essential fatty acids aid the repair of skin damaged by sun, burns, scars, wrinkles, age spots and stretch marks, and help regenerate skin cells. The antioxidants found in rosehip oil combat free radicals that cause sun damage. The vitamin A, combined with the oil's essential fatty acids, can help improve skin tone, texture and pigmentation.
Rose Geranium essential oil is excellent for treating a variety of skin disorders such as acne, eczema, dermatitis, rashes and fungal infections
Argan oil is most commonly used as a skin moisturiser to hydrate and soften skin. With its high vitamin E and fatty acid content, argan oil is the ideal product to give skin a natural boost. It absorbs easily and is non-greasy and non-irritating, which makes it a great natural moisturiser.
Aloe vera gel contains two hormones: Auxin and Gibberellins. These two hormones provide wound healing and anti-inflammatory properties that reduce skin inflammation. ... Additionally, in Ayurvedic medicine, Aloe is used to effectively heal chronic skin problems, such as psoriasis, acne and eczema.
Glycerin is a natural humectant that helps your skin hold on to moisture.
Net wt: 4oz in a blue cobalt bottle with a spray top
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