Cleansing: Rose hydrosol is a non-irritating cleansing agent that can help remove dirt, oil, and makeup from the skin without stripping it of its natural oils.
Toning: Used as a toner to help balance the skin’s pH and tighten the pores, leaving the skin feeling refreshed.
Hydrating: Rose hydrosol helps to retain moisture in the skin. Keep the skin hydrated, plump, and soft.
Anti-inflammatory: Rose hydrosol has properties that can help soothe irritated skin and reduce redness.
Anti-aging: Rich in antioxidants, which help to protect the skin from damage caused by free radicals.
Not all rose waters are rose hydrosols. The difference between Rose water and Rose hydrosol.
Rose hydrosol is created from steam distil plant materials (the whole plant is used rather than just the rose petals). When water vapour moves through rose petals, stems, and leaves, it picks up some of the oils along the way. Once the water is cooled and becomes liquid, the condensation is called a rose hydrosol.