Rose Hydrosol

Rose Hydrosol is actually just a fancy name for rose water, and in addition to being one of the nicest smelling things on the planet, it also happens to have some serious skincare benefits.
Keep scrolling to discover all there is to know about rose hydrosol, from its benefits to its safety.
And if that’s still not enough to convince you, then we suggest you head to your local florist and smell the roses - who wouldn’t want to use something that makes them smell that good every single day?

Overview
To understand how rose hydrosol works, we must first understand how it’s made. Rose water is produced by distilling rose petals with steam. That is where the ingredient gets its natural floral scent. Note that while the smell might seem strong when you first sniff a product that contains rose hydrosol, in reality it’s actually quite a mild fragrance. This ensures it won’t irritate your skin or give you a headache. Further, rose water has been around for thousands of years. It is
believed to have originated in modern day Iran and throughout history, has been used in everything from food and drinks to beauty products. But we’re all about skincare here at Dope Skin Co., which is why below, we break down all of the amazing ways that rose hydrosol benefits the skin.

Benefits
First and foremost, rose hydrosol is an anti-inflammatory. This property means that it is great treating both internal and external ailments. There is also evidence to suggest it can reduce irritation caused by skin conditions like rosacea, dermatitis, eczema, and psoriasis.
Further, as an anti-inflammatory, rose water is also great at reducing redness. So if you suffer from redness caused by acne or rosacea, rose water can help even out your complexion and reduce puffiness. Third, rose hydrosol is an anti-bacterial, which means it is able to cleanse the skin and unclog pores. In turn, this can help reduce acne and eliminate blackheads. Its antibacterial properties also make it a master at healing scars or cuts on the skin. Lastly, rose
water is a mild astringent (for those that don’t know, an astringent is a substance that shrinks body tissues, such as witch hazel). Its astringent properties mean that it can help tone the skin, which is why there are so many toners made with rose water.

Safety
Good news! Rose hydrosol is generally considered safe to use when applied topically. It is natural, mild, and gentle, which makes it ideal for people who suffer from skin conditions or who have sensitive skin. You can purchase rose water on its own, or beauty products like toners, cleansers, essences, and serums, that contain it. Although it can be used in a multitude of ways, if you’re buying rose hydrosol on its own, dermatologists recommend using it as a cleanser or
toner. It can also be a misted onto your face for a refreshing midday boost.

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