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Pros:

  • Very cooling and refreshing.
  • Makes my face soft and supple.
  • Travel friendly spray bottle.
  • Preservatives free.
  • Fragrance free.
  • No artificial colourants.
  • Moderately priced.

Cons

  • I didn’t find any negative points. So this column will be empty today. ☺️But okay, some of my friends find it a bit pricey. I’ll overlook that aspect, for me its alright, for it’s made through the steam distillation process.

 

What They Claim:

A wonderful Rose water that is made from the roses of Kannauj – a region in North India, rich in white soil conductive to roses’ growth. The Kannauj rose is considered special due to its similarity to the Bulgarian rose. The steam distillation process used to create this water ensures a high level of hygiene and unmatched purity. Rose water is a natural astringent that balances and restores skin’s PH level, helps tighten pores and acts as the perfect alcohol-free toner for oily or acne-prone skin. Its light cleansing and clarifying action helps in removing cleanser residue while readying the skin for further skincare treatment. A refreshing spritz that can be used to refresh the skin at any time of the day. A clear, light and cooling water that can be sprayed directly on to skin. Leaves skin revived and hydrated without stickiness or residue.

Benefits: 

• 100% Natural IMG_2119

• Natural Astringent
• Balances skin PH
• Tightens pores and reduces oiliness
• Lightly hydrates

How To Use:

Spray onto face and body for a refreshing effect. Reapply as desired.

Ingredients:

Pure Rose Water created from the steam distillation process.

 

My Story:

I am an experimental soul, my skin is my test ground. So, before i reached this, I have used a lot of rose waters from different brands. And, then one fine day Fabbag sent me Kama Ayurveda rose water in one of their monthly bags. I started using it. Unlike the others that I had used, this one was the most expensive one. I didn’t know, what made it this so expensive. And then I read, what they claimed. Their only ingredient was Rosa: A symbol of beauty, purity and freshness, Rosa, commonly known as Rose, has soothing, healing, anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, and antiseptic properties. Rose cleanses, purifies, firms and tones the skin. It also treats dry and ageing skin. It gets rid of pigmentation, redness and swelling and is good for all kinds of skin tones. In the case of oily skin, it balances the oil content, and can be used for treating skin irritations and burns. Rose deals with inflammation of the scalp, strengthens dry hair, nourishes the scalp, moisturises hair roots, and promotes new hair growth. It also prevents outbreaks of skin problems like acne, pore block, blackheads, pimples, wrinkles and lines. It is used as an astringent to hydrate the skin, and to make it healthy, youthful, supple, fresh and glowing. Rose petals are a great way to relieve eye pain and headaches. I started using it regularly, that day and this day.. I didn’t switch my rosewater ever. I love the natural rose scent which vanishes the minute I pat my face. I use it as a toner in the morning CTM. I use it as a face mist whenever I have long days of work. I use it before I apply a mask. I have used 8 bottles of this and will always be a repurchase for me.

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Price: Rs. 250 for 50ml; Rs. 875 for 200ml.

My Rating: 5/5.

 

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