How about treating your skin to some love by incorporating rose water in your beauty routine? It has great health benefits and it’s also used for beauty and skincare purposes.

What’s even better is that you can make your own rose water at home using rose petals and distilled water. So, how are you going to use rose water on your skin? Keep reading to find out.

1. Use rose water to prevent the early formation of wrinkles

Rose water (Medical News Today)

Why look 30 years old while you are only 25? Rose water has anti-aging properties and it does a great job at reducing the formation of wrinkles and fine lines that make you look older. After buying the water or making it at home, spray it directly on your skin or use a cotton ball to apply on your face.

2. Soothing skin irritation

Rose water has anti-inflammatory properties. This helps in relieving irritation that may be caused by conditions such as eczema and rosacea.

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3. Acne treatment

Acne

Rosewater helps in removing dirt and excess oils on the skin – these two cause acne. The anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties in rose water also help in getting rid of acne.

4. Use rose water to hydrate your skin

Drinking water keeps your whole body hydrated. Rosewater on the other hand ensures that your skin does not get dehydrated at any single moment. It settles in your pores providing your skin with mild hydration.

5. For toning your skin

Taking care of oily skin(L'Oreal Paris)

Toning balances the skin’s pH, makes your skin less prone to oiliness, and, gives your skin a more vibrant and smooth appearance. Before you moisturize, toning your skin with rose water is recommended.

6. Reduce eyes puffiness

Puffy eyes appears like you look sleepy/tired which shows off an overall dull appearance and usually ruin any desired makeup looks.

Remember we said rose water has anti-inflammatory purposes? Well, this makes it a great solution for puffy eyes. A spray of gentle rose water around the eyes will leave the area rejuvenated and hydrated.

7. Natural makeup remover

Some of the makeup removers we use contain alcohol which only dries the skin. Rosewater is an alternative natural makeup remover and it’s also suitable for people with sensitive skin.