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If there’s one skincare product that almost every woman can agree on, it’s rose water. A deceptively simple product, rose water is both hydrating and cleansing. Use it on your facial skin, your hair, or as a body spray – it works for practically everything, and it also happens to smell lovely.

Rose water has been around for centuries now. Cleopatra herself is rumored to have taken baths with goat’s milk, honey, and roses. Now that modern women have caught on to the magic of rose water, you can find it in everything from face masks to toners.

But you don’t have to buy an expensive product with rose water to reap the benefits. You can simply buy a bottle of plain rose water at your local health store, or make your own. One bottle goes a long way, and there are seemingly endless ways to use it!

Here are 7 ways that you can use rose water in your skin care routine.

Daily hydration.

It’s summer time, which might mean your skin is especially parched. When your face gets dry throughout the day, reach for rose water over a moisturizer. Rose water offers tons of hydration, and it absorbs quickly into the skin without any residue. It feels refreshing, too.

Remove makeup.

Who needs makeup wipes? Rose water combined with coconut oil makes for the ultimate makeup remover. Your skin will feel soft and smooth afterward.

Tone your facial skin.

Because rose water is antibacterial, it renews the skin without drying it out. After you wash your face, spray your skin with rose water, or pour some on a cotton pad and wipe it across your face.

Calm red spots.

Rose water is anti-inflammatory and it contains antioxidants, which makes it great for those who suffer from acne or rosacea. Goodbye, irritation.

Nourishing baths.

For a skin treat, add some rose water to your next bath. You’ll smell great, feel ultra-relaxed, and enjoy soft skin afterward. Cleopatra did it, so it must be divine.

Soothe razor burn.

Rose water is a natural anti-inflammatory and antiseptic. It’s gentle, so instead of irritating your razor burn further, it will cool and soothe your skin.

Smell like roses.

Let’s not underestimate one of the main benefits of rose water – it makes you smell like roses! Spray your body with it or add it to your laundry, and enjoy the smell of roses all day.

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