Rose water or more often known  as ‘GULAB JAL’ is a by product of the production of rose oil. Rosewater is known to help the skin maintain its pH level, and when used as a toner and cleanser,  it helps the skin bound with the goodness of the world.

You also can make rose water at home. All you would need is few rose petals, the  consumable ones,  and not the ones the florists offer. Wash those rose petals and boil them in some clean water. Once the petals turn white and once the water retains the flower colour, cool it and retains the flower color, cool it and refrigerate it.


****    Add few drops of rosewater into bathing water to get glowing skin.

****    Wash your face with rose water to reduce the skin irritation caused by acne, pimples, redness and  breakouts.

****    For dry skin, add some  glycerin to rose water.

****     Face pack of rosewater and sandalwood will help soothe and refresh the skin.

****    Chilled rose water will soothe sun burned skin.

****    Smoothes, hydrates, revitalises and moisturises the skin while healing scars, cuts and wounds.

****    Helps  tone the skin, while offering antibacterial properties.

****    Helps revitalise ageing skin while keeping fine lines and wrinkle at bay.


What is rose water?

Rose water is created by distilling rose petals with steam. Rose water is fragrant, and it’s sometimes used as a mild natural fragrance as an alternative to chemical-filled perfumes.

Rose water has been used for thousands of years, including in the Middle Ages. It’s thought to have originated in what is now Iran. It’s been used traditionally in both beauty products and food and drink products.


Can You Use Rose Water to Treat Acne and Other Skin Conditions?


It’s been used for centuries in the Middle East for a variety of beauty and health applications.

Rose water has five properties that support its topical use in the treatment of acne:





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