How to Use Rose Water to Make Your Beauty Routine 10 Times Better

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Rose water has been used for centuries in the Middle East as a beauty tool, and it’s about time the rest of us caught up. With hydrating and soothing abilities, as well as natural antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, and antibacterial powers, it’s the ultimate beauty powerhousewhich would explain why high-end brands like Chantecaille and Korres use it as the base for many of their products. If your budget won’t allow for a rose-infused skincare product just yet (hey, all those Apple TV subscriptions add up), a simple bottle of pure rose water available at Whole Foods or other health markets can still transform your skin and hair. Trust us—the benefits of rose water are fascinating. 

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