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Benefits of Rose on the Skin

By Herblogazine @HerBlogazine

roseWhen Valentine’s Day draws closer, I always think of rose flower. And when thinking of rose, I always think of its wonderful benefits on the skin.


Rose goes beyond just a sign of eternal love as its extracts can keep our beauty from losing its vigour!

Key things we should know about benefits of rose on the skin.


Rose Water is an Arabian secret to beauty, and has been used has been used as a natural healer in various beauty pampering dated back to its first use in 10th century. It helps to maintain the pH balance of the skin, fighting against varieties of dermatitis, tightening skin pores, treating acnes, and reducing wrinkles, fine lines and skin inflammation.

I used to design a ‘pillow mist’ using rose water, instead of alcohol, as a base ingredient that acts as a natural anti-bacterial agent. It’s safe for your sensitive skin when you sleep, plus you earn extra benefits that best soothe your face.

Splashing your face with pure rose water helps freshen up your skin as good as thermal water!


Rose oil carries vitamin antioxidants and UV-absorbing falvonoids that would help thwart the free radicals that are the main cause of the signs of aging. Rose oil will hydrate and ramps up production of a crucial structural protein called filaggrin, making it gentle to even dry and sensitive skin. Choose skin care products containing rose oil or add pure rose oil with your daily moisturizer.


Rose hip seed oil is rich in key fatty acids, vitamin A, and E that will help keep the skin plump. It is basically a carrier oil, but many people use it as nourishing oil for treating wrinkles, age spots, sun damage, scars, burns, eczema, stretch marks, psoriasis, and dermatitis. Using it everyday, the skin will slowly become visibly smoother, firmer, healthier, and younger. Not only reduce wrinkles, the oil will reduce pore size and heals the texture of sun damaged skin, too. This oil can be used full strength on the skin without additional moisturizer. Good news, rose hip seed oil is much less expensive than rose oil to use purely on the skin.

Now, we know what we want on Valentine’s Day, don’t we!


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