There are many different rose uses and benefits.
Besides the fact that I love the way they smell and the classy touch
they give in my home, here are some ways I use roses in my life.
Rose tea is made from dehydrated rose blossoms. It is a fragrant brew with a light taste. Rose tea is known for its source of vitamin C, which is a natural antioxidant that can boost your immune system and release toxins from your body.
Rose oil is used in many different ways. It can be used in a diffuser to make your home smell absolutely amazing as well as in your hair and skin regimen. I love using a couple drops in my night time moisturizer for my face and neck. I also apply a few drops to my mid shaft to ends of my hair to keep away dry ends as much as I can. It also acts as a hair perfume. This is a very moisturizing oil, be careful to not use too much or you will look like a grease ball, a very lovely scented grease ball.
Rose water is made with pure or distilled water and rose oil. Rose water has many uses such as, a facial toner, body moisturizer, and perfume. I also like to spritz some rose water on my face after applying my makeup. It gives me a dewy and moisturized look.
Soaking yourself in a rose bath is absolutely wonderful. It's relaxing, pampering, and beneficial to the skin and hair. The fragrant of a rose has been proven to help with depression and sadness and over all energy lifting.
I don't take baths very often because I don't like to sit and linger in a tub. But there are times where I just need an extra boost in skin/hair moisture and a little bit of silence.
Are you a rose fan as much as I am? Let me know!