Rose Water For Health And Beauty

Rose Water

Rose Water

Rosewater and glycerin are the most useful and essential products since long time.They are also regarded as the important element for women.They are also used in various lotions and beauty products and provides various benefits for the skin.

The water is very rich in flavonoids and vitamins, including A, C, D, E and B3. Can reduce the risk of bladder infections and heart disease, ease digestive problems and nervous tension, reduce eye irritation and toothache caused by paradontosis, and so on.

Benefits of Rose Water:

Skin Care:
Rose water is widely used for skin care because it is safe and gentle enough for all skin types. Rose water works well on dry skin and aging, as well as the skin oily and prone to acne. Rose water has a nutritious as astringent tonic which helps reduce redness caused by enlarged capillaries.

Food Flavorings:
Many exotic foods added with a small amount of rose water to get a sense of the unique and interesting. Some examples of foods, given plain water rose are Greek pie, Indian curries, ice cream, pudding, baklava, and marzipan.

Calming Effect:
Rose water is great when added to a bath of hot water for bathing and relaxation. Rose water has a calming effect and has been used to treat stress, nervous tension, stress-induced psychosomatic such as peptic ulcers, and heart disease.

Vitamin:
Rose petals are used to make rose water contains a lot of vitamins, including vitamin A, B3, C, D, and E. In addition, falvonoid (antioxidant), tannins, and zinc are also often found in rose water. All content is working to improve the texture and overall skin health.

Herbal Tea:
Rose water is also used as an herbal tea for therapy, or abdominal stress treatment, and bladder infections. Herbal teas rose water also serves as a warm drink that has a calming effect.

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Posted on September 23, 2013, in Beauty and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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