Guest blogger, the uses of rose water

 

How To Use Rose Water To Treat Dry Skin

When it comes to skin care, one is always advised to go for the natural products. Examples of these natural products are rose water that always ensures that your skin is fresh and it also leaves you feeling comfortable at all times. Rose water is the best solution in dealing with problems brought about by harsh climate as well as skin care products. It ensures that your skin is hydrated and appealing. In order to make sure that it works perfectly well on the skin, it is important to follow some procedures. These involve using the water maximally with other products as well as making sure it is the main ingredient in all the skin care products that you are using.

1. Toning up the skin

The use of rose water refreshes your skin by spraying it mainly on the face. It happens, especially during summer when excess sun rays can become the worst experience on your skin looking toned up. You can spray the water on the face or skin. This naturally hydrates and cleanses it leading to glowing as well as preventing your skin from appearing old.

2. Prevention from puffy eyes

Rose water is used to prevent puffiness under eyes which is a standard issue in the present days. This is due to the type of work as well as the mode of work that involve the use of computers for the better part of the day. The area beneath the skin is prone to wrinkles and therefore it requires particular attention by the use of natural products, for example, rose water. The steps to follow are: placing a bottle of rose water in the fridge to cool for about 30 minutes, soak a cotton wool in the water and put it on the eyes for 20 to 30 minutes. It soothes the skin around your eyes and prevents unpleasant sagging.

3. Accompaniment of moisturizers

The use of rose water with your daily moisturizer is an effective way to keep your skin hydrated at all times. The simplest way to do this is adding a few drops of the water in your lotion or moisturizer and applying it on your skin as usual. The positive changes by using the water will be noticed from the 1st week onwards, and the difference in how the skin feels and looks. This is mainly because rose water makes your dry skin soft with a feeling of less tightness.

4. After-shave

After shaving the skin tends to be less moist and is always irritating. Rose water, in this case, can be used as an after –shave as a way of moisturizing and soothing the skin. This is through applying the lotion immediately after shave and continuous applying for about three days.

5. Makeup remover

Most makeup removers are harsh to our skin as they are not natural. They also contain chemicals that affect the normal production of oil on the skin. Rose water, however, does not interfere with the normal production of oil on the skin as it is gentle and soothing. For most effective use, you can add a few drops of coconut oil to make sure that no traces of makeup are left on the skin as well as to ensure that your skin is glowing.

6. Unclogging pores

The fragrant water is also used to unclog pores on the skin that lead to blackheads as well as the lack of moisture on the skin. Through this, the skin is not affected by problems like pimples and acnes that lead to the face appearing to be wrinkled and dehydrated. To be certain this is effective, the water should be used mainly before going to bed to keep your skin fresh and cool by ensuring that the pores are open.

7. Skin toner

The use of rose water as a facial toner helps in the treatment of damaged skin. It provides this by keeping dryness away and improving moisture as well as maintaining a healthy skin. This is because most of the skin toners have larger amounts of alcohol that interfere with the pH of the skin, leading to an unhealthy skin, but the use of rose water restores damaged skin. This application of the water should be after cleaning your face to ensure freshness and moisture boost.

Conclusion
Using rose water is recommended for all skin types to ensure that one has a healthy toned up skin. It is essential for damaged skins like sagging under the eyes and aging of the skin through the appearance of wrinkles. It is therefore recommended to use the product as a toner, cleanser, moisturizer, makeup remover as well as aftershaves to ensure a healthy and an appealing skin at all times.
Author Bio:
Ella James is an aspiring author who is pursuing Health Services Administration degree from St. Petersburg College. She is an active contributor to Consumer Health Digest, which is a leading Health News. In recent years, she had the opportunity to review eyelash enhancers. Get connected with her on Facebook and Twitter.

 

2 Comments

  • badger1899 April 30, 2016 at 8:18 am

    I love these tips!

    Reply
    • beauty90 May 8, 2016 at 2:13 pm

      I love rosewater so natural and pure

      Reply

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