Here we are with a simple, affordable, and very royal tip from Indian history that was used by the queens and princesses to keep their skin glowy and radiant. This simple and easy-to-fetch ingredient is The Rose Water or as it is called in Hindi, ‘Gulabjal’.
Let’s take a quick dive into the fragrant world of rose water and take the pearl of beautiful skin out of it!
How is the Gulabjal (Rose Water) made?
Gulabjal is the rose essence (extracted from roses of course). The process is not very difficult though but in simple words, “While extracting the oil from roses for perfumes and other purposes, the rose water comes as a by-product.” That’s why it is not very costly. (Kama Ayurveda Pure Rose water is worth Rs. 275/- and the Dabur Gulabjal is as low as Rs. 45/-. You can also buy the Dabur Gulabari Rose Glow Cleanser at just Rs. 75/-) So, it depends upon the amount of money you want to spend right now.
what are the benefits of using Rose Water?
Rose water is a natural toner, it tones your skin and cleans the impurities at the same time. It works as a moisturizer too for people with very oily skin. Being an amazing combination of Cleanser-toner-moisturizer in itself, it’s a boon for the lazy bums who have oily, combination, or normal skin!
Dry skin people, Don’t ditch your daily moisturizer ever!
How to use Rose-water/Gulabjal?
- Apply some rose water to your cotton swab/pad and rub it gently all over your face, ears, and neck before sleeping. It works well as an anti-aging night potion!
- It gives you a great feel-good factor as well. You will sleep feeling fresh and fragrant at the same time. (No wonder, the queens used to take baths in the Gulab Jal tub before going to bed.)
- Another bonus tip is for those who have a strong tendency to sweat and thus smell as well. This is a very genuine and easy solution to this problem. It’s a tried and tested tip and it works like a charm. All you have to do is, just add some drops of the rosewater to your bathing water and bathe like you always do.
- If you are a shower-lover, then you can add some drops of rosewater to a mug of water and use it as a final rinse.
So what are you waiting for? Buy either of the rosewater online or grab one from the store near you and give your skin a booster every night! We will be waiting for your responses and queries!
“Let the roses bloom, in your garden, in his heart, and in your personality too!”
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Note: The remedies or exercises provided in this article are not a replacement for medical advice. Please consult a healthcare professional before following the solutions.