Today is another “ingredient feature” day! And the subject is going to be Rosewater! I honestly do not know where this absolutely beautiful product has been all my life but I am so happy to have met it! (Just by writing about it puts a smile on my face and reminds me of that beautiful intoxicating smell!)
Right lets get down to business shall we.
In Asia, Africa and the Middle East, Rosewater has been a popular natural ingredient that has been used in cuisine and for health. It should come as no surprise then that companies around the world have started to incorporate Rosewater into different beauty supplies and hair products are no exception (with good reason!)
Below are some of the reasons why I use Rosewater (and why you might want to try it out!):
- It is known to help revitalize the quality of your hair due to Its natural moisturizing and nourishing properties.
- Rosewater is effective in treating hair loss due to the fact that it helps to simulate the scalp.
- There are no artificial additives or chemicals (if you purchase pure Rosewater) making it a ‘non-toxic’ product! (Just make sure you are not allergic to Roses.)
- Should you suffer from mild scalp irritations or dandruff Rosewater can be used to help sooth irritations.
- It leaves your scalp feeling ‘fresh’ and your hair smelling great!
How to use Rosewater:
- You can add it to any of your DIY products e.g. Leave-In conditioner, Flax Seed Gel, Deep Conditioners etc. Remember to use a preservative and store the product in a fridge if you are going to mix Rosewater with Oils (in large quantities and want to keep it for a few weeks) otherwise stick to making smaller quantities frequently.
- If your Shampoo tends to dry out your hair you can add a little Rosewater with the shampoo – it will moisturize your hair by reducing the “dryness”, soften, give your hair shine and your hair will smell great throughout the day!
- You can mix equal quantities of Rosewater and Glycerin together to help moisturize your scalp by using it as a “massage oil”. (Rinse it off after 30 minutes – 1 hour.)
- If Glycerin is not your friend, then you can use any carrier oil e.g. grapeseed, jojoba, almond oil etc with Rosewater and use it as a “massage oil” for your scalp. (Rinse it off after 30 minutes – 1 hour.)
I would love to know if you incorporate Rosewater into your routine!
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Hey Mai 🙂 Where do you get the rosewater? Loved this article!!
I get mine from a local grocery store in the “ethic section”. If you happen to have a Middle Eastern store nearby you can check there. Hope you find it! 😀
Great! I’ll go there this weekend 🙂 thanks for sharing!
My pleasure Christian. Thank you for reading this and commenting 😀
I have a bottle of Rose water in my cabinet and now I know how to use it. Thanks!
My pleasure hun. Rosewater is quite a recent ingredient in my routine and I also use it to tone my skin. Love love love it 🙂