WellBeing by Well.ca | Stop and Smell the Rose Beauty Products
Rose oil is blooming with antioxidants and is the ultimate natural elixir for your skin. Here are 6 rose-infused beauty products for you to try.
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2018
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Beauty

Stop and Smell the Rose Beauty Products

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Thanks to Juliet, we know “…that which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet”, so logically, a rose-infused beauty product would smell just as sweet as a rose (and we will love it just as much). As fall looms and the colder weather threatens, we may need to add a little love to our beauty regime. To do this, we’ll take a cue from Juliet’s soliloquy and introduce roses to our routine. The trick to smelling irresistible and not icky is to pick products that use rose essential oil or water. And for an additional beauty advantage, use rosehip oil for its mood-lifting, skin-toning, hair-strengthening benefits.

Weleda Wild Rose Smoothing Facial Lotion:

We all have it (even if we don’t know it yet)—Prematurely Aging Skin. Reintroduce radiance with this light, quickly absorbed day and night lotion that helps your skin’s natural growth process to soften fine lines and maintain its youth and vitality. Also, organic rosehip seed oil provides a high amount of essential fatty acids and antioxidants that preserve your skin’s elasticity and vitality to counter the first signs of aging.

Thayers Rose Petal Alcohol-Free Witch Hazel Toner:

With aloe vera, this witch hazel will literally make your skin bloom. This remarkably soothing toner is made with rose-petal water, vitamin E and their proprietary witch hazel extract and as suggested in the name, no alcohol. If you’re not sure what “witch hazel” is all about, we’ve got you covered with this quick read.

Weleda Wild Rose Body Oil:

This oil harmonizes and revitalizes the skin and the senses. Organic Musk Rose Oil and Sweet Almond Oil, high in essential fatty acids, nourish and soften the skin, improving elasticity. This product is a must-have. Rub it on your legs at bedtime and wake and start your day with absolutely luminous limbs.

Sukin Certified Organic Rose Hip Oil:

Rich in essential fatty acids and vitamins to soothe, soften and hydrate skin, it is  100% certified organic and preservative free. Apply 2-3 drops to palm of hand. Use fingers to massage into cleansed face, neck and/or body morning and night. Can also be added to other products like coconut oil or your regular body moisturizer to increase effectiveness.

Andalou Naturals 1000 Roses Soothing Shower Gel:

Blending rosehips and argan oils with coconut water and gentle cleansing botanicals creates fresh, healthy skin. Soothing rosewater, rose stem cells, pomegranate antioxidants, and ultra-hydrating aloe vera effectively protect skin’s moisture barrier and stimulate healthy cell renewal for an amazing all-over body treatment.

Andalou Naturals 1000 Roses CC Cream:

This sheer, mineral coverage with Alpine Rose Stem Cells provides essential hydration and deep cellular support. Proven broad spectrum protection defends against UVA/UVB damage for a naturally flawless and beautiful complexion in one simple step. Check out the rest of Andalou’s 1000 Roses line for more products with the same incredible scent.

Yes, a rose by any other name would smell as sweet…especially if that name is of one of the above six beauty products.

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This article is for educational purposes only and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent diseases. We cannot provide medical advice or specific advice on products related to treatments of a disease or illness. You must consult with your professional health care provider before starting any diet, exercise or supplementation program, and before taking, varying the dosage of or ceasing to take any medication.

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