The rose is a true embodiment of beauty, and it’s known beauty benefits are plentiful. A natural astringent with skin-soothing properties, this delicate bloom is also highly prized for its unmistakable scent. No wonder, then, that it features in so many of our beauty products.
These ones are blooming marvellous…
Few things in life are more luxurious than a bath, least of all those with a few drops of Jo Malone’s Red Roses bath oil. Infused with the essence of no less than seven different types of roses, it fills the room with a bouquet of florals.
Just add bubbles (of the grape variety…)
A light gel texture, a ten-minute facial with this rose face mask by Fresh hydrates and tones skin, leaving it smelling divine and perfectly soft.
Dehydrated skin will love Decléor’s ‘Rose D’Orient’ face oil. Place a drop on three fingertips, rub between your hands and breath in the delicate scent of this Damask rose, almond, neroli and chamomile blend. Gently pat on to skin before applying your usual moisturiser.
A daily beauty essential with multiple uses, Jurlique’s rosewater balancing mist is a hero product for this botanical-based brand. Use it to set make up, hydrate skin during a long flight, or simply spritz throughout the day to refresh make up.
Skincare doesn’t come much more indulgent than Sisley. It’s Black Rose line is a beauty editor favourite and this lightweight moisturiser, with its blend of hibiscus flower and rose, is a jewel in the collection’s crown.
Pro-collagen fans, be quick! Elemis has launched this limited edition rose cleansing balm, with all the goodness of its popular original cleanser, but scented with English Rose – highly-prized for its intense floral fragrance. At almost twice the usual size, too, it’ll be a beauty shelf mainstay.
What’s a flower market without roses? Replica’s ‘Flower Market’ eau de toilette captures the fresh scent of a Sunday stroll through a Parisienne marché aux fleurs.
And the bounteous blooms you’ve just picked up…
Korres knows a thing or two about natural, cruelty-free beauty. ‘Wild Rose’ serum, applied before moisturiser, is a boost of vitamin C for a brighter complexion.
Hair perfumes are the beauty shelf addition du jour. Diptyque‘s ‘Eau Rose’ mist delicately fragrances hair with notes of pink roses, and nourishes with just a touch of camellia oil.
Dr. Bronner’s organic rose liquid soap has no less than 18 different uses from laundry and home, as well as part of your own daily face cleanse or shower gel.
The perfect travel companion.
Limited Edition ‘Pro-Collagen Rose’ Cleansing Balm | Elemis
‘Red Roses’ bath oil | Jo Malone
‘Rose’ face mask | Fresh
‘Rose D’Orient’ oil serum | Decléor
Rosewater balancing mist | Jurlique
‘Black Rose Skin Infusion’ moisturiser | Sisley
‘Flower Market’ eau de toilette | Replica
‘Wild Rose’ serum | Korres
‘Eau Rose’ hair mist | Diptyque
Organic Rose liquid soap | Dr. Bronner
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